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Ken Navarro is back with a new album, Ruby Lane. "Ruby Lane" is new and beautiful contemporary jazz from one of the genre's most gifted and successful recording artists. Top charting and award winning contemporary guitarist and composer Ken Navarro has created his 21st album and his first ensemble album in 4 years. Ken's brilliant acoustic and electric guitar work are featured throughout.
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Mark Kendall the guitarist of the band Great White opens up about his life of rock-and-roll, his ups and downs and how his life became complete when he surrendered it all over to God. From tragedy to triumph join us live as we this talented man shares his most important life lessons.
Mark Kendall is the lead guitarist and a founding member of the hard rock band Great White. 30 years after founding the band in Los Angeles, Mark and company have sold over 10 million records worldwide and continue to record and tour.
Great White might have been lumped into the Hair Metal category back in the ’80s, but Mark Kendall’s incredible guitar playing and his love for the blues gave the band its distinct sound, which has enabled the band’s music to truly stand the test of time and keep a loyal fan base hungry for more, even after 30 years.
American rock band Great White’s co-founder Mark Kendall has shared in his band’s successes and misfortunes in his 30 years as the group’s guitarist.
Kendall was not immune to the temptations of fame, and spent many years in and out of rehab, struggling with alcoholism. But when mishandled pyrotechnics at one of Great White's concerts took the life of 100 fans and a fellow musician, Kendall fell into a deep depression before finally taking control of his life and turning to God.
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The Fabulous Girl George talks to singer/sgonwriter/guitarist, Mike Alexander, Oregon. Girl George Radio show #2.
Joe Caro is a guitarist, composer and singer born and raised in New York City. He got his first guitar at the age of eight after seeing the Beatles on TV. Early influences include the British Invasion and Jimi Hendrix and The Cream. A stint discovering the blues came next, listening to all the greats from Robert Johnson to Howlin’ Wolf and Elmore James. Soon after playing in local “garage” bands, he became interested in jazz focusing on Mile Davis, John Coltrane an
With a jazz style that is both urban and contemporary, Nick Colionne has blazed a trail to the top of the ranks of today's stars. Combining jazz, R & B, blues and funk, he has an unmistakable sound and vibe that is instantly recognizable. Nick takes the guitar to unexpected places every time he performs and his rich baritone vocals delight his audiences. As for his showmanship....you have to experience a Nick Colionne show for yourself. With style and energy to spare, unparalleled musicianship and a natural comedic flair, he is one of a kind. We welcome Nick back with a brand new album, Influences.
This show is dedicated to Nick’s longtime manager, Ms. Carol Ray.
Kevin Jackson is a guitarist, bassist, and producer from Baltimore, Maryland, with over 25 years in the music business. “I’ve always loved music,” reminisces Jackson. “My earliest memory is when I was 13 and my mother would take me to all these gospel quartet groups in Baltimore. I eventually went on to tour with the Singing Disciples and haven’t looked back.” Jackson has been influenced by many musicians ranging from Marcus
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The Commander-In-Chief is a 23 year old Norwegian 7 string guitarist, singer, songwriter in Metal / Hard Rock who boasts a cross-genre brand of Heavy Metal that reflects influences from jazz and blues. Her music has been referred to as "Metal Fusion." Shis is an official Ibanez artist, playing the prototype Falchion 7 string, the only one of its kind. She is endorsed by EMG pickups, Audix microphones, Presonus, Jim Dunlop and Ernie Ball. In September 201
According to Billboard, Jazz Guitarist Dee Brown's rendition of "Do You Hear What I Hear," from Innervision Records; is one of the most added to Smooth Jazz Radio-Check it out! Now available on iTunes! Get your copy today!!!! Hear Dee Brown as he stops by "GregSpeaks" to share his new single release just in time for the Holidays with Host Gregory D. Anderson Jr.
David P. Stevens Multi-talented Contemporary & Nu-Jazz, Neo~Fusion, R&B, Nu~Soul guitarist, singer, songwriter, producer, arranger, multi-instrumentalist, and recording studio engineer David P. Stevens invites you to take a musical journey with him through the “The DPS Experience”.
Born in Madrid, Spain, Carmen grew up singing from a very early age. A member of the choirs in both church and school, she was often asked to be a soloist, as she displayed a natural gift for singing. At home, she took up the guitar, and self-taught by the age of fifteen, she began composing the lyrics and music to her own songs. Around this time, while playing and singing at a party with some friends, she met singer, and now journalist, Jos Martin, of the group "Somos". Within a short period of time they began doing concerts as a duo, with Carmen presenting herself as a singer and composer in public for the first time. With the recording of the group by the EMI Record Company, Carmen got her first taste of working in the recording studio, and became a published songwriter. Shortly thereafter, while pursuing her degree in education at the University of Madrid, Carmen auditioned, and was asked to join the cast of the show "Godspell" in the role of Mary Magdalena.
And so, at the age of seventeen, she put her studies on hold to perform both in Madrid, and throughout the rest of Spain with this theater troupe. The cast included many talented performers, comedians, actors, dancers and singers, many of whom later went on to become well known personalities in the world of Spanish entertainment.
Born and raised in a small rural town in southeastern Connecticut Michael picked up the guitar at an early age. He played in various "below the radar" bands and in his early twenties embarked on a life changing cross-country soul search which eventually landed him back on the east coast in Rockbridge County Virginia. It was here that he began to experiment with loop technology and also fulfilled a long held desire to play the lap steel. It was also here, ironically, that he was irresistibly drawn to the art of stone masonry. He was fascinated to observe that by pushing the boundaries of his creative potential in a primarily physical direction with the stonework a hidden pendulum would often swing and draw out melodious gems from somewhere deep in his psyche.