Glenn Rexach, long a fixture on the Austin music scene, has been a first call guitarist for decades. His group, the Glenn Rexach Group, which features Rexach’s intricate compositions. has opened for guitarist Scott Henderson, drum legend Billy Cobham, and has performed at the JazzAlive Jazz Festival, the Wobeon Jazz Fusion Festival, the Jazz on Main Festival, and various venues throughout Texas. He is also the guitarist for the Jacqui Walker Band (blues), Darrell Goldman (country), the Austin Jazz Workshop, Jazz PR (Salsa), countless freelance gigs, and is on the praise and worship team at Bethany Lutheran Church. His performing credits include: jazz sax great Eddie Harris, Eddie Palmieri, Buddy Emmons, the Creative Opportunity Jazz Orchestra, Malford Milligan, Brannen Temple’s Atomic Soul, Just Released, Helen Sung, Jr. Medlow and the Bad Boys, Eliza Gilkyson, Nestor Torres, Dr. James Polk, Tony Campise, Hank Hehmsoth, violin and oud virtuoso Simon Shaheen, La Tribu, Ta Mere, Orchestra Tropicana, Jazz P.R., the Samba Police, Strings Attached, Gary Clark Jr., Carolyn Wonderland, and many others. He currently has 3 recordings under his own name, RoundTrip (out of print), Living Joe to Joe, and the group’s most recent release, PanaRican (a tribute to his Puerto Rican and Panamanian heritage). Rexach brings his vast experience to each of the many students he has taught and mentored. “Taste gives PanaRican an accessible lift most fusioneers never accomplish.” Austin Chronicle reviewer Michael Toland.