Tag Archives: Carl Verheyen

Ramin Partovi Explores A Song From 27 Angles

April 24, 2018

Not a star yet, American guitarist Ramin Partovi‘s name may be familiar to those who saw him in a band on “Squirrel & Donkey Show” or were passengers of a commercial flight which he captained, yet if elite musicians treat … Continue reading

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February 22, 2016

Micha Schellhaas 2015 Deeper look into a deceptively simple method of a young guitar maven with Transatlantic vector and veterans’ support. Sharp on attack and sensitive to tradition, this German-born and California-based artist has a lot of front – image, … Continue reading

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July 16, 2015

Cranktone Entertainment 2015 Old, new, borrowed and blue: solitary rumination from SUPERTRAMP’s string serenader – subtitled “Solo Guitar Improvisations, Vol. 2”. A welcome respite from electric charge of rock and jazz, this, second installment in Carl Verheyen’s unplugged line which … Continue reading

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January 21, 2015

Cranktone 2014 Jazz’s the thing for SUPERTRAMP guitarist’s vibrant swing. A secret American weapon of a famous British band, Carl Verheyen may play arenas but he still remains a musicians’ musician, although now, with a dozen albums under his belt, … Continue reading

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SUPERTRAMP associates release instrumental collections

July 10, 2014

They are an English ensemble but there were some American members in SUPERTRAMP, and now two of these, guitarists Marty Walsh and Carl Verheyen, have released solo albums, both strewn with cameos from their famous friends. Neither Walsh, nor Verheyen aren’t considered a … Continue reading

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