From March 1990, Chet Atkins presents “The World’s Most Famous Unknown Band” in a salute to Ralph Emery, and that band is: Glen Campbell, Jerry Reed, Steve Wariner, Roy Clark, Ray Stevens, Ricky Skaggs, Lee Greenwood, Steve Gatlin, Barbara Mandrell, and Irlene Mandrell.
Lou Gottlieb, a singing Bassist – before Sting – singing Flanders and Swann’s “Have some Madiera, m’dear.”
Montenegrin Miloš Karadaglić, sometimes known just by his mononym Miloš, is an award-winning classical guitarist and Deutsche Grammophon/Mercury Classics recording artist from Montenegro.
Virtuoso guitarist Milos Karadaglic argues The Beatles are “as important as Bach” and should be considered part of the core classical music catalogue. (source)
Here he plays the Beatles “Blackbird.”
Amanda Cole from Mississippi has an amazing voice. From her first “Hello” you are entranced.
Ludwig van Beethoven – Moonlight Sonata ( 3rd Movement ) Tina S Cover
Moonlight Sonata (3rd Movement) Ludwig van Beethoven, arranged for electric guitar by Dr.Viossy, played by Tina S (17 y.o).
Filmed and taught by Renaud Louis-Servais
Young Tina S playing with 3 backing tracks: bass, drums, and another electric guitar. Amazing performance for a 17 year old.
Published on Jun 15, 2013
From DVD “Soave 2012 Guitar Festival”
Video directed by Maurizio Ongaro – (exastudios)
Tommy Emmanuel, John Jorgenson, Pedro Javier González – “Sultans of Swing”
Roger Blavia – percussion, Toni Terré – bass
All is great, however –
Nice solo from Pedro (around 5mins); Duelling guitars at around 6.30 mins.
Solid non-pervading percussion from Toni Terré, bass and Roger Blavia on drums.
To show that the previous post from Home Free is truly an acapella group, here is a drum solo from Home Free member Adam Rupp: