Small wonder that Guayo Cedeño is considered Honduras' foremost guitarist; the talent runs in the family. He absorbed the instrument from an early age watching his guitarist father's band, The Robbins, Honduras' legendary beat-group of the 60s and 70s. Guayo has carried the legacy further, becoming internationally known through his work with Andy Palacio & The Garifuna Collective and Aurelio Martinez among other Garifuna music stars, as well as gracing the stages of jazz festivals with his big band or in his jazz-rock trio, ripping blistering flurries of notes from his guitar with passionate authority: he's a master of all styles. For his upcoming Coco Bar album he's going back to the roots he learnt from his father, reinventing the twangy sound of a latin guitar-boogie combo with a contemporary edge. The man is prodigious.