Italian jazzer lays it down on “It Don’t Mean a Thing”
Eleonora Strino brings serious old-school jazz chops, put to great use on original compositions and interpretations like this take on “It Don’t Mean a Thing,” from her latest album, “I Got Strings,” a trio recording of swing and bebop with accompaniment by Greg Cohen and Joey Baron. Her guitar is a signature Supreme Strino, made in Italy by Mirko Borghino and based on Eleonora’s ’33 Gibson L-7. Catch our interview with her in the October issue. Read Now!