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MELBOURNE GUITAR SHOW 2017 FULL LINE UP ANNOUNCED

Posted in Melbourne guitar Show News    //    Post Date - June 22, 2017
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It was a big in 2015, huge in 2016 and now in 2017 the Melbourne Guitar Show will be even greater. Presented again by Triple M and AustralianMusician.com.au, not only does the Melbourne Guitar Show offer an amazing array of local guitar players but this year, we’re excited to announce for the first time, a contingent of acclaimed international guitarists. Apart from the possibility of some surprise guests (which is always on the cards), the following is this year’s Melbourne Guitar Show line up.

Appearing in performance or session:
Steve Hackett (UK)
Nick Johnston (Canada)
Alex Hutchings (UK)
Lloyd Spiegel
Nick Charles
Geoff Achison & Matty T Wall
Doug De Vries
Phil Manning
Shannon Bourne
Bob Spencer
James Ryan
Fiona Boyes
Brett Kingman
Mike Elrington
Matthew Fagan
Gypsy Fire
Stevic MacKay (12 Foot Ninja)
Joseph Balfe (NZ)
Peter Baylor’s Ultrafox
Simon Gardner & The Big Sky
Marcel Yammouni & Andy Sylvio
Sarah Carroll
The Thin White Ukes
Opal Ocean
The Mercy Kills
Damnations Day
Stephen Taranto
Michael Dolce
Sergio Ercole
Alex Burns
Jay Parrino
The Omnific
Tiri Pestrivas
Jon Delaney
Tim O’Brien
The Triple M Finale jam
& more!

Schedule of playing times available next week!

The Melbourne Guitar Show will be held at Caulfield Racecourse on August 5 and 6.
Online ticket prices when ordered pre-show are –
Day Adult   $20.00
Weekend Adult  $30.00
Family Day $35.00
Day Concession $10.00
Weekend Concession $15.00
* Premium ticket $40.
* Weekend premium ticket $50
(Premium tickets include admission to Steve Hackett show Sun 6 August. Limited tickets available)
Tickets on sale from Oztix now. Booking fees applies
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GEOFF ACHISON & JIMI HOCKING LIVE AT MGS 2016

Posted in Melbourne guitar Show News    //    Post Date - June 15, 2017

With the 2017 Melbourne Guitar Show just 7 weeks ago, here’s a taste of the main stage action at last year’s show with Geoff Achison and Jimi Hocking captured live performing the blues standard ‘Messin’ With The Kid’, featuring Roger McLachlan on bass and Gerry Pantazis on drums. Video and audio by Pete Rickman Advanced Audio

Ticket info for 2017 Melbourne Guitar Show here

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WANT TO PLAY IN OUR BOSS ELECTRIC GUITAR ORCHESTRA AT THE MELBOURNE GUITAR SHOW?

Posted in Melbourne guitar Show News    //    Post Date - June 13, 2017

Want to perform at this year’s Melbourne Guitar Show as part of our Boss Electric Guitar Orchestra (EGO)?
Australian Musician is offering you the chance to do so!
We’re offering you the opportunity to play on the main stage at the Melbourne Guitar Show with 5 other contestants, led by acclaimed virtuoso Matthew Fagan and his band. Plus you can win some great Boss pedals too!

Here’s the deal …

1. Download the music to Pachelbel’s Canon
Links here to music, audio file and MIDI file if you don’t already own:
Pachelbel Canon in D Guitar Version Electric Guitar 1.1
Pachelbel Canon in D Guitar Version Electric Guitar . Mp3 audio file Pachelbel
Midi file

2. Learn the piece

3. Perform the piece on video as your audition for a place in the guitar orchestra

4. Send us the link to your audition video
Send to: info@australianmusician.com.au

5. Video submission deadline is July 7, 2017

6. On July 14, 2017, a panel will select the 6 winning contestants to perform at the guitar show and win prizes

7. You then have to learn 4 more selected pieces to perform with the orchestra at the show. The links to these pieces are below
Always With Me, Always With You – Joe Satriani
For the Love of God – Steve Vai
Sultans of Swing – Dire Straits
Bohemian Rhapsody – Queen

8. You must be able to get to Melbourne the week of the show and be available for rehearsal on August 4th (the day before the show)

9. You will perform at the Melbourne Guitar Show on Saturday August 5th

10. Each participant in the Electric Guitar Orchestra will also receive one Boss effects pedal

Up for grabs are:
2 x BOSS TU-3S
2 x BOSS BC-2
2 x BOSS MO-2

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Melbourne Guitar Show #MGS2017
August 5 & 6 Caulfield Racecourse
Ticket info

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STEVE HACKETT: AUSTRALIAN TOUR & MELBOURNE GUITAR SHOW INTERVIEW

Posted in Artists, Interviews, Melbourne guitar Show News    //    Post Date - June 13, 2017

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Renowned UK guitarist, composer STEVE HACKETT made a name for himself as lead guitarist in the pioneering progressive rock band Genesis in the early 70s. He was part of the classic Peter Gabriel era line up which produced acclaimed albums such as The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway, Foxtrot and Selling England by the Pound (a favourite of John Lennon). With Genesis, Steve’s guitar playing produced some of their most memorable moments, from the sensitivity of his acoustic sound on Horizons and Blood on the Rooftops to the dramatic rock guitar solos of Firth of Fifth and Fountain of Salmacis. Yet, when Steve left the band after six years and seven albums, his career was merely beginning. He forged on to record more than 30 albums of his own and collaborated with many other respected musicians such as Yes guitarist Steve Howe in the highly successful GTR. Steve also worked with notable musicians such as Paul Carrick, Bonny Tyler, John Wetton and Brian May, who has credited Steve as an early influence.

Now the legendary Genesis guitarist will embark on his first ever Australian tour with his celebrated Genesis Revisited show, as well as an exclusive acoustic-based performance with trio at the MELBOURNE GUITAR SHOW on Sunday August 6th, followed by a Q&A.
Australian Musician’s Greg Phillips caught up with Steve for a chat about his Genesis days, his guitar gear, the upcoming Australian tour and his special Melbourne Guitar Show performance.

Five decades on since Steve Hackett left the influential british band Genesis, he decided he’d like to ‘revisit’ the Genesis material that he played such an integral role in creating. Initially he turned to Genesis bandmate, drummer Bill Bruford to assist. Bill’s immediate and cheeky retort to the invitation was, “Ah, you want to get it in tune and in time at the same time!”  Despite Bruford’s jest, Steve claims that there is actually much truth in the friendly jibe.

“Back in the day, the difference was that albums were done very quickly on a shoestring and recorded between tours,” he explains. “When you have had decades to reflect on it,  you work out what people really like and what they are not so keen on. I think with the benefit of hindsight, it means that when I re-recorded a number of those things, I was able to draft in an orchestra from time to time and do enlargements of the original ideas.  Something that might have been a classical sounding sequence back then, may have sounded nice on a Mellotron but it is not as good as the Royal Philharmonic or real players tracked up.”

It’s not just in Steve’s recording of the music where he sought to improve on the Genesis originals, on stage he’s able to draw on the advances in technology to deliver an epically grand sound too. Plus, he also contributes to the blend with a very special guitar from the past.

“It is better sonically now,” he states categorically. “And we keep it as real as we can live but for instance, we do a two drum thing just on one song. You’ve got a guy playing real drums … toms in the main and then there is a  moment when Bill Townsend,who plays sax and various woodwind things, goes over to pads, triggering single note samples. He’s playing them in time with the drummer but then it really is like a wall of drums. I was amazed how it sounded, even in the rehearsal room. You couldn’t have done that back in the day. If Tony Banks wanted to smooth out the Mellotron back in the day, he would put an organ with it. I fell in love with those sounds back in the day, thinking they were great but then you hear modern stuff smoothing it out and it sounds much more orchestral. That’s a big part of it for me, making it sound sonically as good as possible. I mean guitars can do things too that they couldn’t do back in the day. The guitar that I am playing live actually belonged to Gary Moore originally. Fernandes built several of these custom made things. They did one for me and one for Gary and I was using his as a spare from time to time. When he passed on, Graham Lilley his guitar tech that we both shared at one point, said to me are you interested in this guitar and I said yes. So that’s the one I play live. The beauty of these Fernandes guitars is that they sustain without any tyranny of volume. The note really goes on, it’s like a violin. You can decide whether you want it to reproduce the notes you are playing or a harmonic of that note or a mixture of the two. It has a slightly violin-like quality or vocal-like quality to it. It has a Floyd Rose trem on it and as I say, they built the same one and I suspect they gave it to him as a gift as they did for me as they knew we both played Les Paul Goldtops. Mine is overly bright but his one is always solid sounding. On record it is not just the Japanese Fernandes but my old favourite Les Paul tends to come into play. I don’t take it on the road anymore. There was an accident and the neck was sheared off but I had it glued back and it is a fantastic sounding guitar but it is fragile. I’ve had three Les Pauls stolen in my time. I think it is unlucky to take it on the road but I do have the Gary Moore Fernades now.”

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As Steve ventured into gear geekdom without much encouragement, we kept the theme running and asked about the amplifiers he has used over the course of his career.
“I was using Hi Watts to start off with and I switched,” he tells me. “When I was recording I was using a Hi Watt or a little Fender Champ or Pignose even. I was with H&H for a short time then I was with a Roland Jazz Chorus set up. Then I switched onto something more durable like Marshalls, less clean but has the poke. I think Marshalls are a bit of a warhorse for any touring act. It’s interesting recording with those things, you tend to turn them up to 12, never mind 11 and get a wonderful sound out of them. In recent times I have become a fan of virtual amping and the kind of simulation that goes with it. I use a mixture of things, ended up using a virtual Orange amp with a Tube Screamer in front of it sometimes. Lots of things, you can switch from one cabinet to another or one head to another. It’s a lot quicker set-up time wise. Miking lots of things, you could spend a week doing that sort of stuff. I have seen bands do it. Going down to the farm doing sessions for Wind and Wuthering, there was an American band, I think it was Foreigner and there was a room that was just full of amps with every kind of miking imaginable. They would have spent the week doing that. Nothing wrong with that. Joe Bonamassa does it and gets a wonderful sound. When we did the last Revisited album, I had a studio in Twickenham and we had the amps up really loud and you could hear them through the floor. Then we did the virtual amps and I said to Roger King, who was engineering, I can’t believe I am not hearing it through the floor. I am not a luddite I don’t smash things just because they are new and I don’t decry the old way either.”

3SteveHackett-LeeMillward-DSC_9395Steve Hackett’s Genesis Revisited theatre shows in Australia will be a wonderful sensory overload of many classic Genesis tunes that inspired so many other great bands and were also a soundtrack to the lives of many discerning music fans. Plus he’ll touch on some tunes from his brand new solo album The Night Siren. Hackett has never made it to Australia before and is excited to play to as many people as possible.

Australian Musician is particularly pleased to present an exclusive acoustic-based performance on Sunday August 6th at midday at our Melbourne Guitar Show. The purchase of a limited release premium ticket to the event will allow you entrance to the only Australian performance by the Steve Hackett Acoustic Trio. In this more eclectic and informal setting, Steve will play an exclusive up-close and personal acoustic-based show featuring musical director Roger King on keyboards with woodwind/ brass virtuoso Rob Townshend. Following Steve’s performance, doors will then be open to the general guitar show public to enjoy a Q&A with Steve.
“Well with the guitar show, I don’t really know what to expect,” he says, not giving too much away.  “It’s essentially acoustic but it can vary and have other instruments there. But I’m no stranger to guitar shows. Of course I did the GTR thing with Steve Howe back in the day. I think we managed to sporn a whole bunch of spin offs, variations on the word guitar. We had 2 or 3 or more players. It’s an interesting way of doing things. I’m not sure about guitar battles, where one tries to play faster than everyone else. I never really wanted to reduce music to the level of sport where you are trying to shave nano-seconds off the sprint. It’s nice to have moments like that in a set but I don’t want to play in top gear all of the time but I’m quite looking forward to the trio performance. It will be completely different to the theatre shows. It won’t be the same material. We’ll touch on some Genesis things but it will be the more gentle moments. My band has that capability to turn on a dime and do solo stuff, Genesis or go off on a tangent into a jazz odyssey. We keep it moving. It is a very flexible band, very chameleon like. They’re a very clever bunch.”

After having such a wonderful career in music spanning five decades, there is much for Steve Hackett to look back on and celebrate but I wondered what he is most proud of …
“I tell you what I am most proud of,” he says without skipping a beat.  “Back in 1973, I remember hearing that John Lennon said that Genesis was a band he was currently listening to. It was said during an interview he gave in New York. Then some years later when I just left Genesis, the album I did was Please Don’t Touch. There was a short piece on it for guitar and flute and Yehudi Menuhin (Violinist/conductor) was doing a film based on gardens and all the pieces used on it were from Bach and Mozart and what have you and then there was this piece of mine which cropped up in it. I couldn’t quite believe it. The reason why I mention those two seemingly disconnected things, is that I saw them both on a chat show together and they were arguing, having a really heated discussion. I just thought, well those two guys arguing are obviously from different sides of the divide. There was a bit of a class war going on but somehow, whatever I did, managed to get under the radar on two different occasions and gained their approval. So I am actually most proud of that rather than the hits. You might think I am most proud of that but I am quite interested in the fact that perhaps there’s an area in progressive rock, that in a way bridged a generation gap, where the very separate world of rock and blues came together for a while and that started to happen in the late sixties, partly due to the legacy of The Beatles. I wanted Genesis to become an orchestra. Occasionally I have been out there doing Genesis stuff with an orchestra and that is an absolute joy for me to do with Genesis, what I think George Martin did for The Beatles. So my idea is to always heal the divide, so yes there is room for people who have been academically trained and yes there is room for people who play instinctively and do it all themselves as I have and there doesn’t have to be any prejudice. I like the idea that music can be surprising and not follow rules and a song can be any length. I think the shortest thing I have ever done with Genesis was something I wrote which was 1minute 43 seconds long (Horizons)  and the longest thing, which followed that ironically was about 23 minutes long (Supper’s Ready). Music without rules and without prejudice is what it is all about for me.”

Steve Hackett: Tour Dates:
Friday 28th July – AUCKLAND, Town Hall (Genesis Revisited extended show)
Wednesday 2nd August – BRISBANE, Tivoli (Genesis Revisited extended show)
Friday 4th August – SYDNEY, Enmore (Genesis Revisited extended show)
Saturday 5th August – MELBOURNE, Palais (Genesis Revisited extended show)
Sunday 6th August  (midday) – MELBOURNE, Melbourne Guitar Show, Caulfield Racecourse (Exclusive acoustic-based trio)
Sunday 6th August (evening) – MELBOURNE, 170 Russell St. (Wind and Wuthering 40th anniversary celebration show)

Steve Hackett Theatre show tickets here
Melbourne Guitar Show show premium ticket info (includes Steve Hackett trio performance) here
Steve Hackett Q&A to follow his trio performance will be open to general guitar show ticket holders

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STEVE HACKETT, NICK JOHNSTON, ALEX HUTCHINGS FOR MELBOURNE GUITAR SHOW

Posted in Melbourne guitar Show News    //    Post Date - May 4, 2017
Steve Hackett pic by Cathy Poulton

Steve Hackett pic by Cathy Poulton

It was a big in 2015, huge in 2016 and now in 2017 the Melbourne Guitar Show will be even greater. Presented again by Triple M and AustralianMusician.com.au, not only does the Melbourne Guitar Show offer an amazing array of local guitar players but this year, we’re excited to announce for the first time, a contingent of acclaimed international guitarists.

The Australian Music Association has today officially announced the return of the Melbourne Guitar Show at the Caulfield Racecourse on August 5 and 6, 2017. A monster exhibition will feature an unbeatable variety of electric and acoustic guitars, effects pedals, amps & more guitar technology and accessories, and the best in international brands and home-grown craftsmanship.  It will continue to be Australia’s biggest pop-up guitar shop.

In addition to this, the Melbourne Guitar Show will host information seminars, demonstrations, and live performances from Australia’s most talented guitarists, including: Lloyd Spiegel, , Nick Charles, and Bob Spencer with many more to be announced.

This year will be extra special as we welcome UK guitar royalty, namely, original Genesis guitarist and successful solo artist in his own right, Steve Hackett, in a very special premium ticketed event* (Sunday August 6). Hackett will be touring Australia for the very first time with his lavish Genesis Revisited tour, playing classic Genesis prog rock tunes as well as selected material from his 25 solo albums. For the Melbourne Guitar Show however, in a more eclectic and informal setting, Steve will play an exclusive up close and personal acoustic-based show featuring musical director Roger King on keyboards and woodwind/ brass virtuoso Rob Townshend. This will be the ONLY Australian performance by the Steve Hackett Acoustic Trio.

Genesis, only ever made it to Australia once, in 1986 – years after Steve and singer Peter Gabriel left the band, so Steve is making it up to fans by bringing some Genesis magic to our shores. It’s a once in a lifetime opportunity for long serving Genesis fans and aficionados of 70s prog rock. Steve will also participate in an onstage Q&A session following his guitar show performance.

“I’m thrilled to bring my Genesis Revisited tour to Australia. I’ll be playing there for the first time and I’m hugely looking forward to it! It’ll be great to meet fans and friends, and I know it’s an incredibly beautiful country. I can’t wait!” Steve Hackett said of his upcoming Australian tour.

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We’re also pleased to announce Canadian guitar virtuouso Nick Johnston to the Melbourne Guitar Show. Known for his catchy, melody-driven instrumental music, Nick has been able to carve out his own unique style within a crowded landscape of instrumental guitarists. Nick’s playing has attracted sponsorship from massive international brands including Friedman Amps, D’Addario and Schecter Guitars.

Also onboard this year, we welcome world renowned guitarist Alex Hutchings (UK), a modern fusion guitarist par extraordinaire, lauded by many as one of the finest players in the genre.  His international following has exploded in recent years thanks to millions of YouTube views via both his own channel and JamTrackCentral (alongside such contemporaries such as Guthrie Govan, Andy James and Jack Thammerat). Regularly touring around the globe Alex performs under his own name and as an international demonstrator for BOSS/Roland.

Drawing over 5500 guitar lovers to last year’s exhibit, the Melbourne Guitar Show is gearing up to be an even bigger event this year.  The voice of the Australian music products industry, the Australian Music Association (AMA) and australianmusician.com.au look forward to presenting the 2017 MGS along with its presenting partner, Triple M, and supported by Aon, Advance Audio, Franklin Printing and our members.

“We are looking forward to a show this year that builds steadily based on the merit and popularity of the first two and on the presentation of the best people we can find”, said AMA executive officer and MGS Organiser, Rob Walker

Not only will the 2017 MGS provide a hands-on chance to see, hear and play a broad range of the world’s favourite brands, it will also see exhibitors offering great show deals, plus an opportunity to get close to some hand-crafted, locally made instruments and epic guitar and gear collections.
Describing the exciting developments, Rob continues, 
“We will have more exhibitors this year, as well as bigger stand presentations by many brands. We are in discussions with an increasing list of players who want to be a part of it, so we are sure this show will provide great value for guitar enthusiasts once again.

With 3 floors of fretted instrument fun and live performances, punters can immerse themselves in the electricity of loud guitars, amps and pedals on the ground floor, then head upstairs to the dedicated acoustic area featuring beautiful, finely crafted acoustic instruments and stripped back performances by some of Australia’s finest guitar pickers.  Exhibitors and patrons will be treated to live performances and information seminars by expert guitarists across the entire weekend.

The Melbourne Guitar Show will be held at Caulfield Racecourse on August 5 and 6.
Online ticket prices when ordered pre-show are –

Day Adult   $20.00
Weekend Adult  $30.00
Family Day $35.00
Day Concession $10.00
Weekend Concession $15.00
* Premium ticket $40.
* Weekend premium ticket $50
(Premium tickets include admission to Steve Hackett show Sun 6 August. Limited tickets available)

Tickets on sale from Oztix from June 1, 2017. Booking fees applies

MELBOURNE GUITAR SHOW DETAILS
SATURDAY AUG 5 | CAULFIELD RACECOURSE |10.00am – 6.00pm
SUNDAY AUG 6 | CAULFIELD RACECOURSE | 10.00am – 5.00pm

WEBSITE                  FACEBOOK         #MGS2017

 

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MGS 2016 FINALE JAM – CHEAP SUNGLASSES

Posted in Blog, Melbourne guitar Show News    //    Post Date - September 20, 2016

August 7 Caulfield Racecourse: At the 2016 Melbourne Guitar Show we were treated to an unforgettable jam featuring James Ryan, Simon Hosford, Phil Ceberano, Brett Kingman, Shannon Bourne and Bob Spencer. Rod Bustos played bass, Marcus Ryan on drums, and Chris Stark on vocals. In this video the guys tackle ZZ Top’s Cheap Sunglasses with featured solo from Brett Kingman. Recorded by Peter Rickman and the team from Advanced Audio. Presented by Triple M and Australian Musician

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EPIC GUITAR SOLO CHALLENGE GAINING MOMENTUM

Posted in Blog, Melbourne guitar Show News    //    Post Date - September 1, 2016

epicAhead of the EJ Whitten Legends football game tomorrow night, the Epic Guitar Solo Challenge has been launched to raise awareness for prostate cancer with funds from the challenge going to the EJ Whitten foundation.

David Loader, host of Channel 31s Guitar Gods and Masterpieces has gathered the support of some of the biggest guitar gods across the world to release the single DON’T YOU TELL ME NOT TO PLAY GUITAR and promote THE EPIC GUITAR SOLO – an international guitar challenge that is raising awareness and funds for the EJ Whitten Foundation and their continued work in raising awareness of Prostate Cancer and Men’s Health.

Superstars Tommy Emmanuel, Joe Satriani, Steve Morse (Deep Purple), Guthrie Govan, Paul Gilbert, Frank Gambale, Alex Hutchings .Chris Cheney, (Living End) Jack Jones , Dave Leslie (BabyAnimals),  Rob Chapman, Brett Garsed and many more (32 in fact from across the world!) have lent their considerable guitar skills to perform on the single DON’T YOU TELL ME NOT TO PLAY GUITAR.

The video of the song ‘Don’t Tell Me Not To Play Guitar’ has so far racked up over 400,00 views through social media.

The release of the single also launches THE EPIC GUITAR SOLO. This international competition gives guitar lovers the opportunity to play alongside some of these guitar legends. “We are hoping that this contest will not only further promote the need for Prostate Cancer awareness but will bring guitar stardom to 8 unknown guitar players from 8 regions of the world by performing in the same song as these megastars,’ said David Loader, creator and producer of the Epic Guitar Solo Challenge.

“There’s no better way to create awareness than to create opportunity”.  We are hoping we can really inspire and empower musicians with this song and contest for prostate cancer. Who wouldn’t want to play on an official song with Tommy Emmanuel and Joe Satriani!?  Our contest mix will be released on 16 12 16 with 8 unknown guitarists performing with more great players from all over the world,” said David Loader.

To find out how to enter, visit http://www.epicguitarsolo.com

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MGS 2016 FINALE JAM – WISHING WELL

Posted in Blog, Melbourne guitar Show News    //    Post Date - August 31, 2016

Here’s another tune from the awesome 2016 Melbourne Guitar Show finale jam featuring James Ryan, Simon Hosford, Phil Ceberano, Brett Kingman, Shannon Bourne and Bob Spencer. Rod Bustos played bass and Marcus Ryan on drums. This one is the Free classic Wishing Well featuring Chris Stark on vocals. Recorded by Peter Rickman and the team from Advanced Audio. Presented by Triple M and Australian Musician

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MUSO’S 2016 GUITAR SHOW HIGHLIGHT REEL

Posted in Blog, Melbourne guitar Show News    //    Post Date - August 31, 2016

The good folks at www.muso.com.au have shared their 2016 Melbourne Guitar Show highlights reel with us featuring Running Young’s new single ‘Not The Same’

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MGS 2016 FINALE JAM – SAME OLD BLUES

Posted in Blog, Melbourne guitar Show News    //    Post Date - August 18, 2016

Over the next weeks, we’ll be bringing you footage from the main stage at the 2016 Melbourne Guitar Show. On the final day of the show, we were treated to an unforgettable finale jam featuring James Ryan, Simon Hosford, Phil Ceberano, Brett Kingman, Shannon Bourne and Bob Spencer. Rod Bustos played bass and Marcus Ryan on drums. Here’s the band playing Eric Clapton’s Same Old Blues. Recorded by Peter Rickman and the team from Advanced Audio. Presented by Triple M and Australian Musician. Stay tuned for more from the jam and other guitar show action from the main stage.

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