Jarret Myers is an esteemed guitarist and educator with more than a decade of professional performance experience all around the country. He has worked with hundreds of bands, production shows, and singers in a variety of styles including jazz, blues, classical, rock, and fusion. Along with performing, Jarret considers education to be the most important aspect of continuing our musical traditions. He first attended the University of New Mexico where he studied with the great LA studio guitarist Michael Anthony. He later moved to the world-renowned University of North Texas where he graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelors of Music in jazz studies. While there, he had the opportunity to study with Fred Hamilton, Lynn Seaton, Stefan Karlsson, and Steve Weist among many others. He moved to Las Vegas to study with the unrivaled guitarist Joe Lano at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. He graduated from UNLV with a Masters of Music in jazz performance, where he also lent his services as an adjunct professor teaching jazz guitar lessons and directing the university’s jazz guitar ensemble. Most recently, Jarret received a Doctorate of Musical Arts from the University of Southern California where he studied with Bruce Forman and Bob Mintzer. Jarret now resides in the Los Angeles area and continues to be a dedicated performer and teacher.