Stanley Jordan is a much acclaimed guitarist known for his expertise in “The Touch” technique, or what’s known as two-handed tapping. Jordan started playing piano at age 6, before moving onto guitar. His interest in music led him to study digital music composition at Priceton University in 1977, where he developed his understanding of two-handed tapping alongside faculty member Milton Babbitt. His 1985 debut album Magic Touch reached Billboard’s Top Jazz Albums number 1 spot and since then he has been a Grammy nominee four times. In the course of his career, he has toured with Dizzy Gillespie, Benny Carter and played with such musicians as Michael Urbaniak, Richie Cole, Quincy Jones, and Grover Washington, Jr.