"Lucky 13" continues in Chris Duarte's tradition of contemporary blues rock with bursts of fusion, pop, and heavy psychedelia throughout. This CD contains a heavy dose of Duarte’s legendary blues guitar chops over a diverse set of grooves and lyrical themes.
On The Second Record, Tracii Guns League Of Gentlemen reveal their 60’s psychedelic roots in this incredible collection of songs, faithfully reproduced with vintage sounds and stellar instrumental and vocal performances
Paul Gilbert’s new record “Stone Pushing Uphill Man” is a guitar oriented instrumental record on which Paul covers a group of his favorite songs, originally recorded by some of the world's best vocalists. Paul uses his guitar like a voice to convey a wide range of emotions, while retaining his signature cutting edge solo work
Steve Khan's SUBTEXT, subtitled Subtexto en Azul, stands out among the prolific jazz guitarist's much lauded body of work, and is highlighted with lyrical guitar phrases that weave in and out of a set of carefully chosen, superbly arranged and performed compositions. On the album, Steve continues his explorations of the grand traditions of Latin music, and this time, the core group features: Rubén Rodríguez(El. Bass & Baby Bass), Bobby Allende(Conga), Marc Quiñones(Timbal), and Dennis Chambers(Drums).
Mato Nanji, longtime front man of Native American band Indigenous has just completed his 10th CD, "Time Is Coming", which stretches Mato’s already established high-caliber musicianship into a hard hitting, guitar driven musical excursion into modern blues rock.
Count's 77, a hard rock band from Las Vegas is led by lead singer Danny "Count" Koker, star of HISTORY"S hit series "Counting Cars". With roots in 70's hard rock, Count's 77 is further powered by the twin guitar team of John Zito and Stoney Curtis, the latter of whom has an international following as a recording and touring blues guitarist. With musical roots as diverse as Thin Lizzy, Foghat, The Allman Brothers and Led Zeppelin, Count's 77 stands poised to to be one of the leaders of the new classic rock revival.
“Halo Of Dark Matter”,is a high-energy collection of guitar-oriented jams, that
recalls the stadium guitar heroes of the 70’s. This fifth record in Stoney’s discography takes things up a couple
of notches as his songwriting and soloing skills ascend to yet a higher plateau.
Trauma was founded in the Bay Area in 1980 as one of the first of the New Wave Of Bay Area Metal Bands. The original line-up included Michael Overton - guitar, George Lady- guitar, Dennis Shafer - drums, the iconic Cliff Burton (Metallica) - bass guitar, and Donny Hillier - vocals. The band quickly became well-known throughout the California Bay Area and beyond, playing legendary venues like The Stone, Bill Graham’s Wolfgang’s, The Whisky-A-Go-Go,and The Troubadour.
“Ghost Notes” is the first all- instrumental CD by The Eric Gales Trio. On “Ghost Notes”, blues guitar virtuoso Gales takes a wider angle view of his musical influences, running the gamut between blues, rock, and fusion
with enough mind-blowing musical moments to satisfy the most demanding Gales fan.