Solo Performance

Supporting his solo CD "Alone But Not Alone" Doug provides his audience with an enthralling combination of virtuosity and technology to create an impromptu musical experience that is second to none. With his latest release "Loop-Mania!" Doug has taken the solo guitar performance to another level! As the founder of the Jazz Program at Purchase College, Doug is a world renown educator and clinician, you can combine his concert performance with a clinic/master class or group lesson

Doug Munro and La Pompe Attack

Jazz guitar virtuoso Doug Munro has an insatiable appetite for all things jazz. Doug's Gypsy Jazz group La Pompe Attack, demonstrates his long standing love affair with the music of Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelli. Working with his basic trio of two guitars and acoustic bass Doug can add violin virtuoso Howie Bujese, swing clarinet king Ken Pepelowski and youg vocal phenom Cyrille Aimee to create one of the most unique and agressive Gypsy bands in the US. 2011's "A Very Gypsy Christmas" received overwhelming critical acclaim including a best holiday pick by the Wall Street Journal. La Pompe Attacks latest release, "The Harry Warren Songbook", features the music of Doug's great uncle Harry Warren. Harry Warren is one of the most celebrated American composers of the 20th century. Some of the songs included on the CD are "Lullaby Of Broadway", "At Last", "Chatanooga Choo Choo", "There Will Never Be Another You" and many more instantly recognizable songs arranged and played in an updated version of the swinging Hot Club sound of the 1930's. The CD features special guests Howard Alden, Vic Juris, Vinny Raniolo, Ted Gottsegen, Howie Bujese and Andre Matorin.

Big Boss Bossa Nova

This is Doug's critically acclaimed Latin Jazz/Funk group. The basic group is a trio of guitar bass and drums. Doug has also added great horn players to the mix with trumpeter Ray Vega and tenor sax player Javon Jackson. The group has released two CD's, "Big Boss Bossa Nova" and "Big Boss Bossa Nova 2.0"

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