Mike DiBari
Mike DiBariCustom Guitar 2014
Curly Maple and Walnut Neck
Curly Maple Top and Back
Hollow Body Design
MJS Custom Pickups
Chrome Hardware

 

 

Mike DiBari

 

Boston-based jazz blues guitarist Mike DiBari began his studies at the Manhattan School of Music in New York City, studying classical guitar with Nicholas Goluses and Mme. Segovia. Inspired by B.B. King and Freddie King, among others, DiBari earned a bachelor's degree from the Berklee College of Music in Boston in 1994, and formed the Mike DiBari Swingtet. Upon the completion of his studies at Berklee, he formed the Palomino Records label and released his debut album, Jumpin' the Blues (1997). Recorded live at WJUL 91.5 FM in Lowell, MA, on the Blues Deluxe show hosted by John Guregian, the album showcased DiBari's grasp of jump blues and swing, garnering positive press in the process. His next two albums, Rotary Ahead! (2003) and Music of the Spheres (2007), featured the Mike DiBari Trio and showcased the range of his composition skills.

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 Cithara Guitars head builder Daniel Clark hops on a plane to hand deliver his latest custom build to jazz guitarist Mike DiBari in Boston, MA. Check out the video and let us know what you think! 

 

 

The Mike DiBari Trio found its own success recording and performing live across Canada and The USA.

 

As a featured artist on numerous albums, DiBari has lent his talents to the completion of many works including 2002’s Hot-Taw-Mighty, and Doug James’ 2006 release Swing Jump Jive.

 

 

 

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