Recorded lessons from one of America's greatest guitarists Johnny Hiland teaches essential Licks and Tricks every great Blues and Rock player should know. Lessons in standard notation and TAB with complete audio instruction.
Originally from Woodland, Maine, Johnny Hiland, age 27, is one of the most critically acclaimed young artists to stir legendary Lower Broadway in Nashville, the nation s music city. Blending his unique hybrid style of blazing chicken pickin with influences set in country, rock and blues styles of the guitar heroes of his generation and those who came before, Hiland has established a major industry buzz. Johnny is currently completing his first solo album clearly identifying him as a major force in style and innovation. As an incredible live performer, session player, solo recording artist/songwriter, and master class instructor, Hiland has begun to leave his unmistakable mark on the sound of guitar. From Hiland s rehearsal and recording home at Pro Bono studios in downtown Nashville, a succession of recording and session dates with some of Nashville finest have begun to garner attention among top musicians worldwide. Appearing most recently as a session guitarist with Hank Williams III, Rebecca Lynn Howard, and Vassar Clements, Hiland s masterful, use of tone and dynamics can also be found on such diverse projects as the Nashville Predators hockey team theme song, Stick it to Em Boys (Warner Bros), the new Hiland audio instructional series, the Hiland instructional video series (recently released by Hot Licks Productions) and two Danny Gatton tracks recorded for the Line 6 website lesson program Additionally, work has begun on a Hiland country/gospel album and on the sound track for an animated television series with legendary manager, Bob Doyle (Garth Brooks).
Descrizione libro Mel Bay Publications, Inc., 2006. Sheet music. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria DADAX0786671475
Descrizione libro Mel Bay Pubns, 2006. Sheet music. Condizione libro: Brand New. paperback/cd edition. 16 pages. 11.50x8.50x0.25 inches. In Stock. Codice libro della libreria zk0786671475