By Gavin Fisher
April 23, 2016
CBC News

One day Vancouver guitarist and songwriter Paul Pigat is furiously picking his guitar in the rockabilly style — an early style of rock and roll originating in the U.S. in the early 1950s — performing as his alter ego Cousin Harley.

The next day he’s equally as energetic and comfortable in a jazz club, adding guitar licks to jazz standards alongside his quartet, the Daily Special.

But, Pigat said the genres of rock and roll and jazz aren’t worlds apart.

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