Juan Bobo History Lesson: José Feliciano

Posted: April 24, 2013 in Recent Posts
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Juan Bobo History Lesson:

José Feliciano

According to many, José Feliciano is the greatest living guitarist in the world. He was born blind in 1945 in Lares, Puerto Rico, and given a cuatro guitar as a present at age 3.

José became quite good at it, and by age 18 we was signed to a recording contract with RCA Victor.

Many people know him for Light My Fire and Feliz Navidad. But his musical range includes Spanish classical guitar, blues, R&B, just about every genre imaginable.

Here is a video bio about him. It would have been much better if the announcer shut up, and we could just here José Feliciano play.

But oh, that guitar is marvelous.

The Chronicles of Juan Bobo

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Comments
  1. Leo Rodriguez says:

    Tremendo guitarrista y cantante — el major del mundo.

  2. Joe Sanchez says:

    No pun intended, but I love when Jose sings the National Anthem: Jose Can You See By The Dawn’s Early Light…

    He proudly represents Puerto Rican Americans.

  3. Jan Fleming says:

    That man is a TALENT!

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