How much is Jorma Kaukonen worth? - Wondering how wealthy & rich is Jorma Kaukonen? Or maybe you\u2019re just curious about Jorma Kaukonen's age, body measurements, height, weight, hair color, eye color, bra & waist size, bio, wiki, wealth and salary?\n\n\n\n\n\n Jorma Kaukonen is an American guitarist of folk, blues and rock, known for his work with the bands Jefferson Airplane and Hot Tuna. Rolling Stone Magazine ranked him 54th on its list of 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time. \n \n\nJorma_Kaukonen's Biography \n First years \n He was born in Washington DC on December 23, 1940, son of Beatrice and Jorma Ludwik Kaukonen, spent much of his childhood living in the Philippines, due to his father's work, until he finally returned to his birthplace where He started playing the guitar as a teenager. Along with his future mate at Jefferson Airplane, Jack Casady, he formed his first band in Washington called The Triumphs. At this time he starts playing the guitar with the Fingerpicking technique. \n In 1962, Kaukonen moved to the Bay of San Francisco to study at the University of Santa Clara. He began to play blues alone in bars and cafes, sometimes accompanied by a very young Janis Joplin. Of this time it remains like testimony the recording of 1964 titled The Typewriter Tapes. In the university he met Paul Kanter, who invited him to attend a rehearsal of Jefferson Airplane and after a jam session invited him to join the band. Kaukonen, as a blues guitarist, never thought about playing in a rock band, but he was attracted by the multiple sound effects offered by the electric guitar and did not hesitate to join the group. \n Jefferson Airplane \n In his time at Jefferson Airplane, he was not too prolific in terms of composition, however he left some memorable pieces such as the acoustic theme Embryonic Jorney, which appears in Surrealistic Pillow, the second album of the band, in which it is made His virtuosity in the fingerpicking domain is evident, and on the next album, After Bathing at Baxter's, the sound of Kaukonen becomes harder, inspired, among others, by guitarist Mike Bloomfield. This change of style is evident in The Last Wall of the Castle and the instrumental Spare Chaynge, co-written with Jack Casady and Spencer Dryden. In Crown of Creation he signs Star Track. In 1971, the band publishes the album Bark where Kaukonen appears accredited in three subjects; the instrumental Wild Turkey, Feel So Good and the autobiographical Third Week in the Chelsea in which he expresses his feelings about the disintegration of the band. \n Hot Tuna \n In 1969, along with his partner Jack Casady, he started a parallel project with Jefferson Airplane, which they named Hot Tuna, in which Kaukonen returns to his origins as an acoustic bluesman. After the dissolution of Jefferson Airplane in 1972, the sound of the band would become more electric and would have the collaboration of the violinist Papa John Creach for the recording of their first studio album, Burger (1972), the two previous albums had been recordings live acoustics. For their next album, The Phosphorescent Rat (1973), they also featured Papa John Creach. \n As of 1974, Casady and Kaukonen are joined by drummer Bob Steeler, during this period, the band was famous for their long instrumental tracks. That same year Kaukonen publishes his first solo album, produced by Jack Casady, under the title of Quah, which highlights especially the song "Genesis" probably the most famous of his solo career. \n\n\n\nMore Facts about Jorma Kaukonen\nWhole NameJorma Ludwik Kaukonen, Jr.AKA(s)Jorma Kaukonen, Kaukonen, JormaBorn\/WhereWashington, District of Columbia, USABornDecember 23, 1940Astrological signCapricornWhat He\/She DoesMusician, songwriter\n\nThe Jorma Kaukonen's statistics like age, body measurements, height, weight, bio, wiki, net worth posted above have been gathered from a lot of credible websites and online sources. But, there are a few factors that will affect the statistics, so, the above figures may not be 100% accurate.