Played Guitar

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Joseph Arthur Discography - Contributions To Other Artists' Projects - As Guest Musician
... Soularium by Sister Soleil (July 14, 1998) Co-wrote and played guitar, bass, and sang backing vocals on "Butterfly" Righteous Love by Joan Osborne (September 12, 2000) Played ...
We Were Gentlemen - History
... They had previously played guitar together in various local bands for a number of years and decided to start a band of their own ... In early summer 2007 Kalan went and played guitar for Northern Virginia band, Bet On Black for a while ... Finally getting Tarpey on board in June of that year, also recruiting Steven Moody who played for Friends for Hire and The Varsity on drums and Felix Rodriguez on bass ...
Russ Parrish
... In the early 1990s Russ was an instructor at The Guitar Institute of Technology (G.I.T.) at Hollywood's Musician's Institute ... Russ played guitar for Jeff Pilson's post- Dokken band War Peace and released one CD, before leaving to join Rob Halford's band Fight ... In 1995, Parrish played guitar in Kevin Gilbert's touring band (dubbed "Thud") in support of Gilbert's Thud album ...
Knox (musician) - Music Career
... The band played the legendary 100 Club Punk Festival with guitar legend Chris Spedding, who produced the single, "Pogo Dancing" ... He also played guitar on Robyn Hitchcock's solo debut album, Black Snake Diamond Role ... Also in 1983, Knox played guitar and wrote material for the Urban Dogs, a band with Charlie Harper from the U.K ...
Sonny Forriest - Discography - Various Artist Albums
... The Coasters One By One (Atco #33-123) (1960) (played guitar) Hank Crawford Mr ... Blues (Atlantic #SD-1470) (1967) (played guitar) Hank Crawford Low Flame, High Heat (Label M) (2000) (played guitar) Ray Charles Standards (Rhino) (1998) (played guitar ...

Famous quotes containing the words guitar and/or played:

    Swiftly in the nights,
    In the porches of Key West,
    Behind the bougainvilleas
    After the guitar is asleep,
    Lasciviously as the wind,
    You come tormenting.
    Wallace Stevens (1879–1955)

    I seem, in most of these verses, to have but placed a harp in a window, and noted the contrasted airs which wayward winds have played upon the strings.
    Herman Melville (1819–1891)