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Lisa Liu and James Nash: “Blue Bossa” | Santa Cruz Guitar
 
A spontaneous duo version of the jazz standard played on a pair of Santa Cruz OMs.
March 17, 2022

New York-based guitarist Lisa Liu recently visited San Francisco, where she found time to set up an outside jam with fellow Santa Cruz Guitar artist James Nash. In this video, Lisa and James play a spontaneous duet version of the classic Latin-jazz standard, “Blue Bossa” using their Santa Cruz OM guitars.

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