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About Roy Bookbinder

Bookbinder has dedicated his professional life to preserving the legacy of Ragtime and Country Blues guitar. He is a consummate stylist on the acoustic guitar, capable of transporting the listener to a different time and place. He gained many of his guitar playing skills from the legendary Reverend Gary Davis, a leading star of the 1960s folk/blues revival, for whom Bookbinder worked as a chauffer. Starting in the late '70s, Bookbinder spent more than ten years living in a mobile home and touring the U.S., becoming a favorite on the coffeehouse circuit.

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Listen toRoy Bookbinderon Rhapsody

Bookbinder has dedicated his professional life to preserving the legacy of Ragtime and Country Blues guitar. He is a consummate stylist on the acoustic guitar, capable of transporting the listener to a different time and place. He gained many of his guitar playing skills from the legendary Reverend Gary Davis, a leading star of the 1960s folk/blues revival, for whom Bookbinder worked as a chauffer. Starting in the late '70s, Bookbinder spent more than ten years living in a mobile home and touring the U.S., becoming a favorite on the coffeehouse circuit.

About Roy Bookbinder

Bookbinder has dedicated his professional life to preserving the legacy of Ragtime and Country Blues guitar. He is a consummate stylist on the acoustic guitar, capable of transporting the listener to a different time and place. He gained many of his guitar playing skills from the legendary Reverend Gary Davis, a leading star of the 1960s folk/blues revival, for whom Bookbinder worked as a chauffer. Starting in the late '70s, Bookbinder spent more than ten years living in a mobile home and touring the U.S., becoming a favorite on the coffeehouse circuit.

About Roy Bookbinder

Bookbinder has dedicated his professional life to preserving the legacy of Ragtime and Country Blues guitar. He is a consummate stylist on the acoustic guitar, capable of transporting the listener to a different time and place. He gained many of his guitar playing skills from the legendary Reverend Gary Davis, a leading star of the 1960s folk/blues revival, for whom Bookbinder worked as a chauffer. Starting in the late '70s, Bookbinder spent more than ten years living in a mobile home and touring the U.S., becoming a favorite on the coffeehouse circuit.