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August-September 2005

Brilliant Macedonian Axeman

August-September 2005

Ripping Hard Rock From Finland

August-September 2005

Beer-Soaked, Old School Metal

August-September 2005

Intense Brazilian Instrumentalist

August-September 2005

Creating Electronic Jazz Music

August-September 2005

Look What The Stork Brought

August-September 2005

Angst For The Intelligent

June-July 2005

The advantages to working with a label is the feedback you get while writing. On my previous CDs I was pretty much on my own so it was nice to get some feedback for a change.

June-July 2005

This is one of the great things about being an artist on Favored Nations. I am in control of my art. When I write songs, I never think about how long a song is - my songs and arrangements are done the way I envision it.

June-July 2005

Music is the highest form of art. It is the most abstract art, while being the one that reaches deep emotions in all of us. Instrumental music is Pure Music. It gives to the listener only vibrations to get inspired and emotional.

June-July 2005

Following In The Footsteps Of Vai/Satch

June-July 2005

Techno-Rock Guitar

June-July 2005

Zeppelin Meets Jay-Z

June-July 2005

Stand Alone Guitar Playing

June-July 2005

Northern California Guitar Tribute

June-July 2005

French Guitarist Features Instrumentals

June-July 2005

Delivering The Unfamiliar

June-July 2005

More About Melody Than Shred

June-July 2005

Cookin' Up Rock Blues & Country

June-July 2005

Rock/Fusion From Columbia

June-July 2005

Jazz Artist Plays For The Fun Of It

June-July 2005

Audiophile Jazz Fusion CD/DVD

April-May 2005

Bands like Korn and Limp Bizkit really reminded people that the guitar is something that a band is built around. The fact the you go to a G3 show and see so many kids lets you know that there is still a very strong interest in "guitar" music, and I think it is growing, not declining.

April-May 2005

Rock's Quicker Picker-Uppers

April-May 2005

Instrumentals With Feeling & Soul

April-May 2005

Untouchably Radical Australian Fusion

April-May 2005

Smooth Voice, Smoking Chops

April-May 2005

Makin' 'Em & Playin' 'Em

April-May 2005

New Jersey instrumental Fretburner

April-May 2005

Jazz Duets With The Greats

April-May 2005

Intense, Dramatic Guitar Rock

April-May 2005

A Touch & Feel To Kill For

April-May 2005

Detailed Arrangements, Stellar Playing

April-May 2005

Exemplary German Instrumentalist

February-March 2005

High-Powered Instrumental Assault

February-March 2005

Transplanted Italian Rocks Glasgow

February-March 2005

Old-School Shred

February-March 2005

Running your own label is the ultimate outlet for creating your music and getting it out to people. The alternative is sitting at home waiting for a call from a "real" label. Believe me, pinning your hopes on someone else making it happen for you is very frustrating and can turn you into a very weird person.

February-March 2005

When I was a student I worked hard on exercises and all that, but now I just play or rehearse my repertoire...Although I am also still teaching, so I¥m constantly recalling all the old exercises - no way of getting out of them!

February-March 2005

Slovenian Delivers Sonic Treat

February-March 2005

Swedes Push Virtuosity & Dynamics

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