Goh Kurosawa Spring Beast World Tour

Bicultural musical traveler GOH (Goh Kurosawa), based in Los Angeles (raised in Japan), is a composer-producer-singer with a sophisticatedly cool solo guitar style. He is blessed with dedicated fans in Japan, Taiwan, Mexico, Brazil, US West Coast, and beyond.

Unplugged, he embraces a single guitar to create drum beats, percussive grooves, bass lines, and memorable melodies all at the same time; as an electric 'pedalist' he tweaks, bends, and twists soundscapes. Emphasizing honest musical emotions, his original material is influenced by everything from Paco de Lucia to Western jazz-genres to Jeff Beck

"Goh's music is beyond any simple classification. The guitarist improvises melodically, is open to the influences of pop, rock, flamenco, classical, Latin and Japanese music, and has his own musical identity. Equally skilled on electric and acoustic guitars, he has mastered tapping and sometimes uses electrical devices to create a wide range of sounds yet is not shy to embrace a pretty melody; personable and eager to talk about his music and guitar tunings between songs, Goh put on a warm and entertaining show. His set included Bob Marley's No Women No Cry, My Family My Friends (original), a Japanese folk song, Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah (which he sang) and parts of a suite he recently composed."
---Scott Yanow [journalist for AllMusic & LA Jazz Scene]

 

"Goh's music is beyond any simple classification. The guitarist improvises melodically, is open to the influences of pop, rock, flamenco, classical, Latin and Japanese music, and has his own musical identity. Equally skilled on electric and acoustic guitars, he has mastered tapping and sometimes uses electrical devices to create a wide range of sounds yet is not shy to embrace a pretty melody; personable and eager to talk about his music and guitar tunings between songs, Goh put on a warm and entertaining show. His set included Bob Marley's No Women No Cry, My Family My Friends (original), a Japanese folk song, Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah (which he sang) and parts of a suite he recently composed."
---Scott Yanow [journalist for AllMusic & LA Jazz Scene]
www.ComposeLife.com

With a velvet voice, a hearty laugh, & the traditions of the Celtic winds, Fae Wiedenhoeft takes her listeners on a musical journey through history & tradition. Fae is an award winning songwriter. Her traditional sounding compositions and heart breaking songs are loved and revered by many across the globe. She has traveled across the US, Canada, Ireland, Turkey, and most recently Scotland where she played in Dougie MacLean's Perthshire Amber Festival (2013) and the 2014 Celtic Connections Music Fest.
http://jetbutterfly.com/

Like a quadruple-shot espresso of hope and joy on a cold Seattle morning, Clint McCune’s driving guitar, soaring vocals, and energizing presence wakes you up. His driving guitar, soaring vocals, and energizing stage presence motivate listeners to get up and go LIVE your dreams.
http://clintmccunemusic.com/

 

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