Franco Cerri is the most important italian classic jazz guitarist, born in Milano (29/1/1926). In the '50s he was near great jazz masters: from Chet Baker to Gerry Mulligan, from Billie Holliday to Lee Konitz, to Modern Jazz Quartet musicians and others, and he became a leader in the Italian and European jazz world. Next decades will be characterized by an intense concert activity and by the beginning of his collaboration with Italian TV, (he makes a 70's famous italian spot: http://www.onderadiopiemonte.
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