A Stranger in His Own Mind 

Guitar master Leo Kottke finds himself on the road again

It’s hard to make sense of a musician like Leo Kottke, a man who once described his own music as sounding “like geese farts on a muggy day.” His mostly instrumental approach to music has allowed him to touch on a…

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