This was my first true solo concert and I was ... how you say ... scared silly.
Sadly, the kid I paid $200.00 to, to record the event forgot to hit "play" on the audio recorder so what we have left is audio from the camera. Sigh.
But it isn't hard to hear that I can play the crap out of a guitar, especially if you stay with it to around the 7 minute mark when I beg the audience's indulgence to show off for a bit. I don't need to play with my teeth or set the guitar on fire, I do it with my hands.
The American national anthem. My proudest performance of this was when a very tall man came up to me and said "Dude, you made me cry!"
He was about 6'4" and I'm 5'4"... ex-military.
This was recorded in a library in the Adirondacks.
More Beatles craziness. No bass, drums, tracks, about 65 people in the audience. I sold 8 guitar books and 3 art of pencil books. Oh and about 14 cd's.
The applause is real, no trickery!
This is a sample of my work for PBS.
This is done entirely on an Ensoniq ASR-10. I love sequencers and samplers - if you can hear it, you can record it.
There are many examples on this youtube link.
Me playing an original tune live with a track minus the lead line. It was 48 degrees that day! I STILL ripped it up!
I was in this band as the bassist - while playing all my parts through an octaver on my same Les Paul!
This was at a Vietnam Vets Moving Wall performance in Melbourne, Florida about 2009.
Me doing the Beatles classic
Larry plays the acoustic guitar to the left side of the mix, Tracey sings (and composed the tune) and I play everything else.