With his growing portfolio of albums, it’s no wonder Gary Hoey is listed as one of the top 100 guitarists of all time. The world-renowned rock guitarist’s first break came in 1987 when Ozzy Osbourne flew him to LA for an audition (he didn’t get the job) and encouraged him to move to the West Coast. In 1990 Hoey was signed to Reprise Records with a short-lived band called Heavy Bones, but followed up in 1993 with a solo album. He went on to score the successful “Endless Summer II” soundtrack for New Line Cinema and in 1995 recorded his first album in the “Ho!Ho!Hoey” collection of instrumental Christmas classics that he performs each year in his Rockin’ Holiday shows. In 2013’s release, Deja Blues, he came home to the blues. Dust & Bones (2016) displayed an exuberant fusion of blues and rock. His most recent album, Neon Highway Blues, carries its 11 tracks with the confidence and assuredness of a veteran, and the freshness of someone who’s still in the process of discovery and refinement.
Whatever style he plays, one thing is certain: Gary Hoey is a fiery, charismatic player who connects with the crowd. Whether he’s playing scorching originals or classic rock covers, his solos are thrilling and reminiscent of Clapton or Stevie Ray in their fiery youth. One thing that remains consistent is Hoey’s impassioned command of the guitar. His ability to mix feeling, phrasing, technique and tone is the true mark of a master guitarist. Get your holiday season off to a rock and roll start with Gary’s Ho Ho Hoey Rockin’ Holiday Show!
Rob Balducci’s newest album Transcendence shows us just how deep the well of inspiration he draws from can be. Brimming with all the staples you have come to expect from Balducci - infectious melodies, stunning musicianship and gorgeous tones all shaped to take the listener on an aural journey that will not only surprise, excite and thrill you from the first note to the last and leave you wondering ‘How did he do that?’
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