Instrumental guitar for corporate events, cocktail parties, Christmas parties and special events.
The right ambiance can make or break an evening.
Musically, you want material that’s engaging, diverse, interesting and authentic. You also want it to ebb and flow with the event.
For me, there’s a certain type of instrumental guitar playing that works. You find it everywhere from Johnny Cash and The Black Crowes to Jason Mraz and The Tragically Hip. There’s a lyrical and rhythmic diversity that accommodates everything from a fine dinner to an upbeat party.
I have a playlist of over 60 songs, so you can customize everything however you’d like.
Live in Studio (2012) — Instrumental Guitar Performance Recording.
I took some time in December to do a live studio performance. I wanted to have a good quality recording of a diverse live set. This one covers material you might hear at a wedding, dinner, cocktail party, or just about anything in between.
A realistic performance recording was the main goal here. We took a lot of time with set up, to capture the best blend of intimacy and size, then I performed one single set. No retakes. No fixing mistakes. No overdubs. Just one guitar and a hi-hat. The delay you hear was done live through a delay pedal and into the board.
All songs except “Fading Light” are for audition purposes only. Not for sale or distribution.
Singer/Songwriter performances for corporate events, cocktail parties and private events.
A great singer/songwriter evening is a fine art.
You want to blend the familiar, without falling into clichés. To make for an interesting night of music, I draw from a wide range of songs. Old blues and swing. Classic artists such as Neil Young and Led Zeppelin. Modern artists such as Maroon 5 and Lenny Kravitz. Along with an album of original material.
From original sets at Toronto’s Sound Academy, to evenings at lakeside resorts, I bring a unique performance to every venue — making things exciting, upbeat and unpredictable.