From jazz to blues by way of rock, Bill Frisell brings together American music in order to extract what makes it powerful: improvisation. One of the most admired guitar artists of the last three decades, he has collaborated with Jan Garbarek, David Sanborn, Elvis Costello, Vic Chesnutt, and Brian Eno. More recently he has made his mark as composer and frontman for his own band. Gifted with a formidable melodic sense, Frisell describes his play style as a sort of cross between the harmonies of Jim Hall and the sound of Jimi Hendrix. On stage, his bassist Tony Scherr and his drummer Kenny Wollesen adapt like chameleons to the different harmonious adventures served up by the Baltimore guitarist.