Jeremy Rouse

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October-November 2013

An arrangement for fingerstyle guitar from the 1978 horror flick, written by the director John Carpenter.

August-September 2013

Two notes together can move in more ways than up and down together.

June-July 2013

Combining fretted notes with sustaining open strings underneath gives the illusion that the guitar has more strings than just six sometimes.

Jeremy Rouse is a Toronto based guitarist who has played for Jesus Christ Superstar (with Ted Neeley) and the 30th anniversary tour of Cats.

Besides performing in the orchestra pit for musicals he has performed with The Big Smoke Big Band, The George Lake Big Band and Swing Shift in Toronto, and has also played with his own group Pre Season Draft, an instrumental Country/Spaghetti Western Swing group.

Rouse was featured on the cover of CMT magazine in January of 2001, and was the guest guitar columnist for Canadian Musician Magazine in February, 2001.

Jeremy Rouse

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