Pete Thorn Guitar Nerd Listening Party On Guitar TV

Tune in on May 20th   19-May-11

Guitar TV will be airing a listening party or Pete Thorn's new album, Guitar Nerd. Here's all the info:

In celebration of the release of Pete Thorn’s first all instrumental guitar album, Guitar Nerd, Pete and GuitarTV will be hosting a live listening party Friday, May 20 at 10 PM EST/7 PM PST. Pete will be discussing the album, the tracks and the making of Guitar Nerd for this exclusive event.

To learn more about Guitar Nerd please visit CDbaby through May 30. When you order Guitar Nerd, you will receive a CD with instructions on how to download a 70 minute video lesson! Pete breaks down and teaches a ripping solo from the song “Monster Movie” featuring fast alternate picking, sweep picking, and whammy bar utilization. Also featured is the entire clean solo instrumental piece “Promise”.

Guitar Nerd was written and produced by Pete and features three mixes from Grammy® Award winning engineer and producer Bob Clearmountain (The Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen, Bryan Adams). Other artists appearing on Guitar Nerd include Steve Stevens (Billy Idol), Jon Button (Roger Daltry, Robben Ford, Sheryl Crow) and Jorgen Carlsson (Gov’t Mule) on bass and Blair Sinta (Alanis Morissette, Melissa Etheridge), Toss Panos (Michael Landau, Steve Lukather, John Scofield, Larry Carlton), and Dorian Crozier (Pink, Celine Dion) on drums.

Pete represents a new generation of talented LA session and touring musicians having performed with Chris Cornell (Soundgarden, Audioslave), James Blunt, Jewel, Daniel Powter, Alicia Keys, and Courtney Love (Hole). Pete can currently be seen touring with Grammy® Award winning artist Melissa Etheridge. Pete has performed to millions of fans worldwide and is actively involved with millions of online users with his popular YouTube channel demonstrations for fine audio and instrument manufacturers including TC Electronic, Carl Martin, and Suhr Guitars. Pete is sponsored by EVH® Gear (Eddie Van Halen) and plays through the Suhr PT100 amp developed by John Suhr with input from Pete.


Rich Beech



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