Three incredible Guitarists Play Dire Straits' 'Sultans of Swing'
It's an incredible, instrumental performance of Dire Straits' 'Sultans of Swing' by Tommy Emmanuel, John Jorgenson and Pedro Javier González. They're backed by Roger Blavia onpercussion and Toni Terré on bass.
The clip was directed by Maurizio Ongaro.
Tommy Emmanuel is an Australian acoustic master, guitarist, songwriter and occasional singer, best known for his complex fingerstyle technique. He released his latest studio album, 'It's Never Too Late', in 2015.
Jorgenson is best known for his work with Chris Hillman's Desert Rose Band and the Hellecasters. He has played with everyone from the Byrds to Bob Dylan, Bob Seger, Johnny Cash, the Monkees' Michael Nesmith and Bonnie Raitt.
Pedro Javier González is a Spanish flamenco, jazz and classical guitarist, composer and producer. He has crossed paths with a wide range of artists, from B.B. King to Paco de Lucia.
All we can do is listening!
[Emmanuel right, Jorgenson standing, Javier Gonzales left]