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"Bad Honesty" (v27)
GOH [Voice & Guitar]
Acoustically, Goh embraces a single guitar to create drum beats, percussive grooves, bass lines, and memorable melodies all at the same time. As an electric 'pedalist' guitarist he tweaks, bends, and twists soundscapes. Emphasizing honest musical emotions, his original compositions/arrangements are influenced by everything from folk and classical music to Paco de Lucia (flamenco), Western jazz-genres, Jeff Beck, and heavy metal (hard rock). Goh tours Japan and the US West Coast regularly, and his itinerary include festival dates and school workshops in Taiwan, Mexico, Canada, and Brazil.
TIM FRIEDLANDER [Solo Guitar]
JOE LOPICCOLO [Guitarist Composer]
Joe LoPiccolo is a guitarist and composer whose work is influenced by Classical, Jazz and World Music styles. Writer Dan O'Heron of the Pasadena Weekly states his music is "Soft spoken eloquence, fascinatingly improvised." and "The music is comforting and visual, it takes you to a better place, a paradise found." Guitarist Andrew York, formerly of the Grammy Award winning Los Angeles Guitar Quartet states "Having exceptional ability in both classical and jazz genres is very rare; Joe excels in both styles." Andy Ellis, senior editor of Guitar Player magazine stated "LoPiccolo's impeccably executed, imaginative arrangements reveal his mastery of the guitar and its most subtle timbres."
ROSS GARREN [Harmonica]
Ross Garren is a pianist, harmonicist, and composer currently residing in Los Angeles, California. He received his B.M. from the University of Southern California where he was named Outstanding Graduate in Composition. In addition to an active performing and recording schedule, he has released numerous solo records, has had his music featured on numerous television shows, and has served on staff at the Musician's Institute. Ross is a proud endorser of Seydel Harmonicas and Lone Wolf Blues Company effects pedals.
PETE MORRIS [Live Watercolors]
"Morris painted on the spot portraits of the happening!"
--LA Jazz Scene
4959 York Blvd, Highland Park, CA 90042
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