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Jimmy Rosenberg comes from a Sinti (gypsy) family in Asten, in the southern region of The Netherlands. Clearly inspired by one of Europe's favorite sons - gypsy jazz guitarist Stochelo Rosenberg - Jimmy made his debut outside the gypsy world as early as 1989 in John Jeremy's British television documentary Django's Legacy. There, Jimmy appeared with the trio named The Gypsy Kids, who later renamed themselves Sinti. Making his mark early as a notable guitarist at the tender age of 13, he had already played with all of the greats including Stéphane Grappelli, Bireli Lagrene, and Stochelo Rosenberg, to name a few. The subsequent year brought new record contracts for Jimmy, and concert tours to Oslo, Paris, and the United States, which included a performance at the world famous Carnegie Hall in New York City. He returned to The Big Apple in 2000 at the age of 20 when he was one of the star attractions at the first ever US Django Reinhardt Festival hosted by legendary jazz club Birdland, performing a solo set as well as sharing the stage with fellow guitar prodigy Bireli Lagrene and the late Babik Reinhardt (Django's only son), who collectively SOLD OUT ALL 8 SHOWS. Still very young, Jimmy Rosenberg is obviously one the most promising talents in gypsy jazz today, and chooses to live a traditional gypsy life -- in a caravan, without an address.
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^ these are to prevent the guitar from melting :)


cei care au vazut woodstockul lui hendrix . sa nu se uita la videoul asta caci vor regreta :

, Darnell Dawkins Mouth Guitar Legend Edited by vanu
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Nu stiu dak e cazul sa discut asa cv in topicul acesta dar ... nu am altundeva (cel putin nu am gasit) :) De cateva saptamani nu mai pot auzi nici un sunet de pe net (youtube, metacafe, si toate cele) absolut nici un sunet ... dak incerc s eu sa ma uit la un video ... vad dar nu aud nimic ... sti careva ce e de facut ... can' ya help me plsss???

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