Tag Archives: Carl Verheyen

CARL VERHEYEN – Sundial

June 29, 2021

Cranktone Entertainment 2021 American guitarist casts a glance over his shoulder to smile at the memories. Who doesn’t love a good company, especially in times like these? While Carl Verheyen can be perfectly happy in a solo mode, on such … Continue reading

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NICK D’VIRGILIO – Invisible

June 28, 2020

Sweetwater Studios 2020 Art-rock stalwart drums up friends’ support on a deeply personal concept offering. Given Nick D’Virglio’s prominent presence on a multitude of progressive rock releases, and the percussion master’s initials too, it must have been tempting to title … Continue reading

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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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MICHA SCHELLHAAS – Double Take

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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CARL VERHEYEN – Alone

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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