The world premiere of Bill Frisell, A Portrait screening in competition at the 2017 SWSX Film Festival
The Festival runs from March 10-18 with Bill Frisell, A Portrait scheduled for three screenings followed by Q&A sessions with Franz. Bill Frisell will make a special appearance at the second screening and Q&A on March 13.
Charles Lloyd & The Marvels have released “Masters of War,” a cover of Bob Dylan’s searing anthem that features a powerful vocal by Lucinda Williams. The track was recorded live with guitarist Bill Frisell, pedal steel guitarist Greg Leisz, bassist Reuben Rogers and drummer Eric Harland at the Lobero Theatre in Santa Barbara, California on November 28, 2016, and is available today to download or stream. Click HERE to listen.
Available in January of 2016, When You Wish Upon a Star, guitarist Bill Frisell draws upon the classic film and television music we have heard on screen and how it shapes and informs our emotional relationships to what we see. Frisell, whose own music has been featured in major motion pictures like Finding Forrester and The Million Dollar Hotel performs with singer Petra Haden, violist Eyvind Kang, bassist Thomas Morgan, drummer Rudy Royston in re-imagining time-honored gems such as When You Wish Upon a Star, To Kill a Mockingbird, The Shadow of Your Smile, Moon River, You Only Live Twice, Frisell's own theme for Gary Larson’s television special, Tales from the Far Side and others (for full track listing go to - www.billfrisell.com/discography/when-you-wish-upon-star). Produced by Lee Townsend; engineered by Tucker Martine and Adam Muñoz and mastered with Greg Calbi.
The Summit took place November 6-8, 2015 at the Costanoa Resort, outside of Santa Cruz, California. It’s a unique, sprawling property where cell phones don’t work and the Pacific Ocean is just a short hike away. We had the entire resort to ourselves and around 300 guitar fanatics from around the world came together for three days of private concerts, lectures, workshops, interviews and guitar talk. It was an event curated entirely by the Fretboard Journal, featuring some of our favorite subjects and musicians.