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I return to the world famous BAKED POTATO on Tuesday, Sept. 6th. Delivering a blistering set of original instrumental guitar music, I will be joined by: GLEN SOBEL (Alice Cooper, Sixx AM, Jennifer Batten) on Drums MAUREEN BAKER (Klymaxx) on Keybaords PHILIP BYNOE (Steve Vai) on Bass Enjoy a menu of over 21 stuffed baked potatoes, full bar, and incredible live music. www.TheBakedPotato.com
Bio: Adrian's 3rd solo album,“Earth Tones”, solidifies Galysh’s compositional style and finds his guitar playing in top form. The new recordings feature the powerhouse rhythm section of Marco Mendoza (Thin Lizzy, Whitesnake, Ted Nugent) on bass and Joey Heredia (Stevie Wonder, F. Gambale, S. Henderson...See Full Bio
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“The "Interstellar Café" shred fest is what you'd expect on an instrumental guitar album by a hotshot who pegged Ted Nugent bassist Marco Mendoza and Frank Gambale drummer Joey Heredia to comprise the rhythm section on Earth Tones, Adrian Galysh's third CD. But the California dude, thank goodness, loads this thing with enough musical diversity to silence players with half his talent. Instead of more tracks like "Interstellar Café," this guy gives listeners a dark sense of foreboding in the misleadingly titled "True Happiness," a good-time hoedown (complete with barnyard-animal noises) in "Defiance, Ohio" and a crying electric guitar in the piano-based closing ballad "Vocalise." The melodic title track sounds fat and airy, and "Ave Maria No Moro" is a reverent and lovely piece. Hell, Galysh even invited latter-day Supertramp guitarist Carl Verheyen to duet with him on the fast an d furious "Terrestrial Races." These are actual songs, my friends, not just excuses to solo.”