Franco Cerri, one of the world’s finest jazz guitarists whose records and reputation have escaped most American jazz aficionados due to his desire to spend his career in Italy, died on October 18. He was 95. Ruggedly handsome with a joyous sense of swing and impeccable taste, Cerri (pronounced “Cherry”) made nearly all of his recordings in Milan, starting in 1945…

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.