Vignettes of Bob Culbertson performing live
Short Biography and Quotes
With over 250,000 CDs sold and more than 15,000,000 internet video views, Bob Culbertson is one of the most influential touch soloists today. His musical style ranges from world sounds of Celtic, Spanish, Eastern and Classical to Blues and Beatles. Bob began playing the Stick 40 years ago when introduced to the instrument by its inventor, Emmett Chapman.
"Bob is the Segovia of the Stick"
-Emmett Chapman, Inventor of the Stick
His concert was absolutely beautiful and entertaining. The Carnegie attendees were telling me weeks later how amazed they were by his performance and instrument. He will be back."
-Mary Leb, Music Director Carnegie Hall WV
"Four Stars"…."Culbertson displays ferocious technique, handling the contrapuntal demands and rhythmic intricacies of each piece with the command of a virtuoso. The rich warm sound of the Acoustick is captured beautifully. "
Downbeat Jazz Magazine
"Possibly the worlds number one touch guitarist!"
-Inside San Diego, ABC TV
"Bob Culbertson sold more CDs than last weeks guest, Ray Charles."
-Entertainment Manager, QVC
Bob has shared the stage with Robin Trower, Robben Ford, Eric Martin, Tuck and Patti, Steve Morse, Doobie Brothers, Allan Holdsworth, Sheila E, Leon Russell, Dave Mason, Neal Schon, Alex De Grassi, Fattburger, Micky Hart, Robben Trower, Tommy Emanual, Zakir Hussain, Fog Hat, David Grisman, Abraxas, Robin Hitchcock, And recording with Babatunde Olatunji.
Bob has performed in most of the USA plus traveling abroad to France, Iceland, Hungaryt, Austriat, England, Spain, Japan, Indonesia, Andorra, Belgum, The Netherlandst, The Carrebean, Costa Rica, Canada, Mexico, Austrailia, New Zealand
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