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Ken Roll as Savage

Rank #4 US Newton, NC Other / Rock, classical, electronic, av...

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Bio: Musician since 1965.
Play anything except drums or brass, mostly stringed and keyboard instruments.
Influenced by everything from Gregorian Chant to Avant-Garde and Experimental Music.

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We're number 5 on the ReverbNation Other charts for Newton, NC. www.reverbnation.com/kenrollassavage

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  • Ken Roll as Savage (Artist) Ken Roll as Savage
    "Oscars Birds Suffer Explosive Diarrhea" Parts I and II are avant garde pieces played entirely on modular synthesizer. The electronically realized bird sounds are an homage t...
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    On "Time of the Sines", I improvise on a heavily distorted and sustained electric guitar over a cycling synth part. This piece is an excerpt and is actually much longer.
  • Ken Roll as Savage (Artist) Ken Roll as Savage
    "Carol of the Bells" is from my last Christmas CD, and it was played and recorded live on my modular synthesizer.
  • Ken Roll as Savage (Artist) Ken Roll as Savage
    "Beautiful Dreamer" is another all-synth played two-handed and recorded live. Dedicated to my friend, Dana Countryman.
  • Ken Roll as Savage (Artist) Ken Roll as Savage
    "Greensleeves" is solo classical guitar that I tried to make sound lute-like.
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    "Ave Maria" is played on synthesizer two-handed and recorded live.
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Q: How did you become so talented? ....Phaney
A: To quote the famous steel guitarist, Jerry Byrd, "Talent is extremely overrated." No one is born with innate talent. The only way someone becomes proficient in music is through practice. Every day. That means practicing at the beginning every day when you sound terrible because you haven't learned yet, but your drive and ambition to learn keeps pushing you through that time until you start sounding better. There are no shortcuts. It's the only way.

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