Boston-based jazz blues guitarist Mike DiBari built his recording debut in 1997 by himself Palomino Records and proceeded to record and release successive recordings in following years, furthermore to performing live. Motivated by B.B. Ruler and Freddie Ruler, amongst others, DiBari started his studies on the Manhattan College of Music in NEW YORK, studying classical electric guitar with Nicholas Goluses and Mme. Segovia. In 1994 he gained a bachelor’s level through the Berklee University of Music in Boston, learning with Jon Damian, Jim Kelly, and Jon Finn. Various other mentors consist of Harry Leahy and Pat Martino. After developing the Mike DiBari Swingtet upon the conclusion of his research at Berklee, he shaped the Palomino Information label and released his debut record, Jumpin’ the Blues (1997). Documented live at WJUL 91.5 FM in Lowell, MA, for the Blues Deluxe display hosted by John Guregian, the album showcased DiBari’s grasp of leap blues and golf swing, garnering positive press along the way. His following two albums, Rotary Forward! (2003) and Music from the Spheres (2007), highlighted the Mike DiBari Trio and showcased the number of his structure skills.