Al Di Meola Unveils Electrifying New Single "Fandango" And Announces Brand New Studio Album Twentyfour

Article Contributed by JP Cutler Media | Published on Tuesday, March 12, 2024

Internationally acclaimed guitarist, composer and yes, living music legend, Al Di Meola captivates audiences with a brand-new single, "Fandango." This electrifying musical piece showcases Di Meola's virtuosity and innovation, cementing his status as a pioneering figure in the world of contemporary jazz and fusion.

"Fandango" takes listeners on a mesmerizing journey filled with intricate melodies, dynamic rhythms and spellbinding improvisation. Di Meola's technical prowess and emotive expression shines brightly in this exhilarating composition, leaving a lasting impression on all who experience its sonic tapestry.

Drawing inspiration from flamenco music, "Fandango" fuses traditional elements with modern jazz sensibilities, resulting in a truly unique and captivating listening experience. This is a true testament to Al Di Meoloa's boundless creativity and unwavering commitment to pushing musical boundaries.

Listen to the new single here: Fandango (

Al Di Meola's Twentyfour, is a testament to creativity. Conceived during the tumultuous times of the pandemic, what started as a simple acoustic project evolved into something much grander. Al's initial intention to craft a reflective acoustic album on the challenges of the time expanded exponentially as he found himself unable to resist the allure of boundless musical exploration.

Over the span of four years, Twentyfour blossomed into a masterpiece, brimming with intricately woven melodies, diverse instrumentation, and captivating highlights. It's a journey through Al's musical evolution, showcasing his virtuosity. Each track is a moment within these four years and a contemporary witness to the events.

Pre-order the new album here: Twentyfour (

Al Di Meola on tour in Europe and USA:

March 2 - Utrecht, Netherlands
March 4 - Dresden, Germany
March 6 - Kaiserslautern, Germany
March 8 - Duisburg, Germany
March 9 - Kassel, Germany
March 12 - Mulhouse, France
March 13 - München, Germany
March 15 - Zürich, Switzerland
March 16 - Budapest, Hungary
April 5 - Nashua Center for the Arts, Nashua, NH
April 6 - The Cabot, Beverly, MA
April 7 - The Flying Monkey Movie House & Performance Center, Plymouth, NH
April 9 - Carnegie of Homestead, Munhall, PA
April 11 - Sony Hall, New York, NY
April 12 - Sony Hall, New York, NY
April 13 - SHU Community Theatre, Fairfield, CT
April 16 - Pabst Theater, Milwaukee, WI
April 18 - Dakota, Minneapolis, MN
April 19 - Dakota, Minneapolis, MN
April 20 - Arcada Theatre, St Charles, IL
April 28 - Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts, Patchogue, NY
April 30 - Egyptian Room at Old National Centre, Indianapolis, IN
May 1 - The Athenaeum Theatre, Columbus, OH
May 3 - Birchmere, Alexandria, VA
May 4 - The Strand Theater, Hudson Falls, NY
May 5 - Greenwich Odeum, East Greenwich, RI
May 7 - Rams Head On Stage, Annapolis, MD
May 8 - Rams Head On Stage, Annapolis, MD
May 10 - Keswick Theatre, Glenside, PA
May 11 - Center for the Arts of Homer, Homer, NY
May 31 - Kaserne - Open Air, Saarburg, Germany
June 2 - Opera Nova Bydgoszcz, Bydgoszcz, Poland
June 20 - Memorial Hall, Cincinnati, OH
June 21 - The Kent Stage, Kent, OH
June 22 - Royal Oak Music Theatre, Royal Oak, MI
June 25 - Koerner Hall, Toronto, Canada
July 21 - Jazz Open Stuttgart, Germany