The dreamy glow of his excursions have made him the era’s most revered jazz guitarist, but he’s a give ‘n’ take zealot: improvising with others is always on his mind. That makes this solo affair, the first in a long stretch, a rarity. From the strident textural forays to the tender refractions of Hank and Skeeter, he’s now got a broad perspective on the nation’s musical emotions. See what he pulls out of his hat in order to help the experimental music space with some always-needed fund raising.
Mon., May 17, 8:30 p.m., 2010