Tuesday, 17 April 2012

Elizabeth Schall: from Dreaming Dead!


Elizabeth Schall from Dreaming Dead!




Listen to Elizabeth Schall and her Sustainer-loaded Vortex & Revolver guitars in Dreaming Dead's new album, available for full streaming!

http://www.reverbnation.com/dreamingdead

Dreaming Dead - Lapse - House of Blues Hollywood


Dreaming Dead - "Shadows in the Dark" & "Midnightmares" - Live at Red Hat - 10.21.2010

Gretchen Menn: Zepparella at the Mystic Theatre


Zepparella at the Mystic Theatre Taken at McNears's Mystic Theatre Photo by Mark Manion




Full Gallery https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10150798848760469.468664.402865820468&type=1

Nili Brosh: Through The Looking Glass

Nili Brosh: Through The Looking Glass

Nili Brosh is a Boston-based guitarist. At 20 years old, Nili has worked with Stu Hamm (Steve Vai, Joe Satriani, Eric Johnson), Guthrie Govan (Asia), Andy Timmons (Danger Danger, Olivia Newton-John), and has opened for artists such as Terry Ilous (XYZ), Joey Molland (Badfinger), and Pat Travers. She is a Berklee College of Music graduate (B.M, Professional Music), as well as one of the youngest faculty members to ever teach in the Berklee summer programs, where she has been teaching since age 19. Nili is also an active member of the Boston music scene with her own Nili Brosh Band. Nili’s background comes from years of being influenced by her older brother Ethan’s playing, and a consistent exposure to the best artists and teachers in the area. Aside from the work on her own original project, the Nili Brosh Band, she is involved in several sessions and bands such as The Iron Maidens (in the role of Dave Murray), and Ethan Brosh Group (Magna Carta recording artist). In addition, she has worked with such guitarists as Jon Finn, Don Lappin, Joe Stump, and Scott Tarulli. Nili’s debut instrumental album, Through The Looking Glass, features the Nili Brosh Band rhythm section and guitar legend Andy Timmons as a guest soloist. buy http://www.nilibrosh.com/store

Nili Brosh - Through The Looking Glass, Nov '11