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Rick Puig / Bio

How many times have you heard of someone working on that great novel they have inside of them? How many times has the fire of dreams been doused with the liquid assets we all need to survive? What if you had a chance to rectify these things and create the beauty of sounds and tones that God has given you the talent to create?

Rick is an accomplished musician who’s been playing and writing in the closet for over 20 years. Though lured away by success in business, he never lost the passion that is in every artist. Musically he was classically trained on the piano and organ and played for St. Ignatius Cathedral in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida for many years. He gigged in those early years playing piano and organ jazz and old standards for the usual variety of local functions.

These days he is a self-taught guitarist and always searching for new ways to play. As such Rick’s currently taking an evening course at the Institute of Contemporary Music Performance to hone and perfect some of those master class finger picking skills.

Songwriting inspiration has come from many sources over the years; God, love, family, poetry and the news are among many others as you’d expect from a folksy musician. Early influences of the Beatles, Peter Paul and Mary, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, James Taylor, Chet Atkins, Roy Clark, Michael Hedges and Andrés Segovia have all played a part in his appreciation for the unlimited potential of the guitar.

Genre is problematic for Rick, who describes his genre as Godsporatic Folkarockabilly with a New Age twist. The blending of all of these genres melds into a style all his own and is an enjoyable experience. Check out the facebook or myspace pages for Rick and look forward to his upcoming gigs hopefully near you.

General Info

Band Members
Rick Puig and "Mrs. Clark", (my FatLady Cole Clark guitar)
Artist Name
Rick Puig
Home Page
http://www.reverbnation.com/rickpuig
Genres
Folk / Blues Gospel / Adult Contemporary

Contact Info

Location
London, UK

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