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August-September 2004

Bottleneck & Solo Fingerstyle Guitar

August-September 2004

Delivering A Musical Ride Worth Taking

August-September 2004

Dedicated To Instrumental Rock

August-September 2004

Intense Musical Guitaration

June-July 2004

Warp-Speed Washington Shredder

June-July 2004

There`s very few radio stations who play surf, rockabilly or blues, together with current folk or roots music. It`s always Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera or the Backstreet Boys. I just wish that the kids coming up would have a choice to be able to hear everything on the radio and be exposed to that stuff.

June-July 2004

Sweden's Instrumental Storyteller

June-July 2004

Jazz/Fusion Tone King

June-July 2004

Arlen Roth's Second Guitarist Goes Solo

June-July 2004

Practicing Instrumental Metallurgist

June-July 2004

A Passion For Making & Sharing The Music

June-July 2004

A Heaping Helping Of Shredded Bliss

June-July 2004

Brazilian Musical Treat, With Nilson Matta

June-July 2004

Aggressively Pursuing The Hard Rock Agenda

June-July 2004

Settling The Score... With Metal

June-July 2004

16-Year-Old Neo-Classicist Cranks Out Demo

June-July 2004

Appealing To The Emotions & The Intellect

April-May 2004

Musical Impressionism With Acoustic Guitar

April-May 2004

Persisting With A Hard Rock Vision

April-May 2004

Fade To (Digital) Black

April-May 2004

Blazing Through Quandrant 69

April-May 2004

Being independent allows you to totally escape A&R, and do whatever you want. In the next three years I am releasing a solo acoustic guitar record, a fusion record, and a record with no guitar on it. I would never be allowed to do that with PolyGram. Being independent allows you to always be in control of your own music.

April-May 2004

Constructing New Hard Rock

April-May 2004

Sorta Purple Hard Rock

April-May 2004

The U.K.'s Triple Threat

April-May 2004

Solo Enhanced Rock/Blues Demo

April-May 2004

Chicago's Guitarist & Drummer Go Live

April-May 2004

Going Beyond Categorization With First CD

April-May 2004

Frightening Chops Abound At The Baked Potato

April-May 2004

Ripping Metal Instrumentals

February-March 2004

Superb Italian Instrumental Rock

February-March 2004

Having The Guts To Play What They Feel

February-March 2004

One Of New York's Best Kept Secrets

February-March 2004

Soloist Adept In Jazz, Latin, Funk & Pop

February-March 2004

Playing With Technique And Passion

February-March 2004

Master Of Bulgarian Shred

February-March 2004

Finnish Guitarist Releases Rock Demo

February-March 2004

Try to become proficient in marketing, and develop a keen business sense. This includes your recordings, music book publishing, other merchandising endeavors, etc. The music industry is a very, very tough one, and it takes serious dedication and an unbelievable work ethic to survive.

February-March 2004

I run my business, do my own booking, I do everything! We don`t have no managers, no agents, none of that. That`s what I tell these kids now. You`re better off making your own record, selling it at your own place and owning the rights to your own records.

February-March 2004

Of course besides the music, there is another very important part of your musicianship, which is to learn how to market yourself. It all starts with acting professional, being on time, learning your parts. Learn to ask for advice when you need it from players that have more experience than you.

February-March 2004

Mixed Bag Of Metallic Instrumentals

February-March 2004

Acoustic Bluegrass From Barcelona, Spain

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