James Muller

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James Muller
OriginAustralia
GenresJazz
Occupation(s)Guitarist

James Muller is an Australian jazz guitarist.[1] The James Muller Trio won the 2000 ARIA Award for Best Jazz Album with the album All Out. Muller was nominated for same award in 2002 with Thrum[2] and in 2006 with Kaboom.[3]

Discography[edit]

  • No You Don’t (1995) - Round Records
  • All Out (1999) - ABC Jazz[4]
  • Thrum (2002) - ABC Jazz[5]
  • Kaboom (2006) - Birdland[6]
  • Neurotica (2015) - Cluster-J Records
  • Okay (2016) - 54 Records

References[edit]

  1. ^ Burdon, Peter (11 April 2002), "James Muller takes a trip down memory lane with jazz guitar greats", The Advertiser
  2. ^ Custance, Tish (30 June 2014), "James Muller set for Guitar Festival", The Adelaide Review
  3. ^ "And the ARIA nominees are ...", The Gold Coast Bulletin, 14 September 2006
  4. ^ Nichols, Shane (11 September 1999), "Great Discs", The Australian Financial Review
  5. ^ Shand, John (27 April 2002), "James Muller Quartet, Thrum", Sydney Morning Herald
  6. ^ McBeath, John (12 August 2006), "Music reviews", The Australian