Freddy Mitchell's dynamic songwriting and musicianship has earned him praise by many critics. With nearly 300 original compositions to his name, Florida's Jam Magazine called Mitchell "a craftsman who has melded a classical literary form with concert rock". Freddy Mitchell is a captivating musician who performs with an intensity that drives his audience wild. Widely celebrated by the press, these critics aren't alone in noticing Freddy shines a radiant light on rock music. Like a musical alchemist, Freddy conjures up evocative soundscapes. He was featured internationally in Guitar Player magazine in Sept. 2005, and 20th Century Guitar magazine in April 2006. Mitchell's autobiography "Here for the Ride" was published in January of 2011. It covers the making of his three studio CD's ("Above and Below", "Fallen Moons" & "Animator") and years of live performances. Freddy also played a rocker, as an extra, in the Warner Bros. movie "Rock of Ages" which was released June 15th, 2012. Performing for over twenty years, he's played with many well known acts, and has a strong legion of followers.