We love to hear Jamie Dupuis play his harp guitar. Enjoy his rendition of Simon & Garfunkel’s “The Sound of Silence”.
Enjoy this masterfully elegant performance of Pink Floyd’s “Comfortably Numb” by Jamie Dupuis. The harp guitar’s history dates back over 200 years. The Fender Stratocaster electric guitar solo at the end is also very beautiful.
We find Jamie Dupuis’ music to be so entertaining. This rendition of Metallica’s “The Unforgiven” is simply beautiful. We hope you enjoy the song.
“Welcome to the Machine” was released on Pink Floyd’s Wish You Were Here album in 1975. The song was written by Roger Waters. Jamie Dupuis adds a new twist to his harp guitar. On “Welcome to the Machine” he introduces us to an electric harp guitar. This is a very fascinating musical instrument.
“Wish You Were Here” was released in 1975 by Pink Floyd on the Wish You Were Here album. The song was written by David Gilmour and Roger Waters. Enjoy Jamie Dupuis rendition of the song on his harp guitar.
Jamie Dupuis is a monster on a harp guitar. His rendition of Pink Floyd’s “Another Brick in the Wall” is another example of his talent. A special note most of Jamie’s videos are performed totally on his harp guitar. On the “Another Brick in the Wall” video Jamie shares his singing voice with us. We appreciate that.
“People Are Strange” was released in 1967 on The Doors Strange Days. The song was written by Jim Morrison and Roby Krieger. “People Are Strange” reached number 12 on the Billboard Hot 100. Jamie Dupuis produced an excellent harp guitar rendition of The Doors tune. Enjoy Jamie’s instrumental cover of The Doors “People Are Strange”.
We appreciate the talent and work Jamie Dupuis puts into his music. This is yet another example of the depth of his talent and the work he puts into his productions. Enjoy Jamie Dupuis covering “Linus and Lucy (The Peanuts Theme).
Jamie Dupuis performing Lynyrd Skynyrd’s “Simple Man” on his harp guitar. It is amazing how much music Jamie can get out of one instrument.