Bass / Instrumental
A dazzling Flamenco-style upright bass solo by Adam Ben Ezra. Artistic Director and video editor: Guy Dayan; Production: Goola ; Videographer: Sergey Maydin
Folk / World / Jazz
Antoine Dufour and Tommy Gauthier combine to make CD full of diverse styles including Folk, World, and Jazz influences. The level of virtouosity on Still Strings is at the highest level, even so, the music is always in front and held there from start to finsih with great results.
Recorded this past September in Chicago, Walk in Light is Andrew's best album to date. Featuring a full band comprised of the city's finest session musicians, it introduces an array of new songs from a broad spectrum of styles. From reggae beats to blues to folk, it displays beautifully Andrew's versatility as a guitarist, songwriter and arranger.
Traces of Silver was recorded and filmed in Nova Scotia, Canada in 2007 in a old barn at the Silver Glen Resort. The cd is a collection of vocal and instrumental songs with a single duet performed with Gillian Boucher.
Andrew White (Guitar, Vocals) and Brendan Power (Harmonicas) became friends while living in Auckland, New Zealand. Both moved overseas and have achieved worldwide renown as brilliant solo performers and instrumentalists. The duo’s powerful blend of passion and virtuosity is brilliantly captured on their debut album Power & White, simultaneously filmed and recorded live for promotion on YouTube by Candyrat Records.
A beautiful collection of recordings by UK-based New Zealander Brendan Power. Power is acknowledged by many as one of the most creative, skilled & versatile harmonica players around today.
World / Flamenco
Buscaré is the debut album from one of the best young flamenco guitar players in Jerez. His work presents modern flamenco guitar in the concept of melodic, harmonious and rhythmical blending.
World / Flamenco
Conjuro is the second album from Ignacio Fernandez, the guitar phenom from Jerez de la Frontera. A melodic mix of Rumba, Tango, Bolero, and Rondena keeps your blood pumping from start to finish.
Each year, International Guitar Night (IGN) founder Brian Gore invites three of the world's finest acoustic guitarists for a special North American tour. This "live" recording captures the excitement and originality of the first IGN troupe to tour across Canada. Featuring Peppino D'Agostino, Antoine Dufour, Brian Gore, and Andrew White.
This is the second in a series of live recordings from International Guitar Night's annual North American tours, featuring D'Gary from Madagascar, Clive Carroll from England, Miguel de la Bastide from Toronto via Trinidad and Spain, and IGN founder Brian Gore from San Francisco.
This is the third in a series of "live" recordings from International Guitar Night's annual North American tours, featuring Andy Sheppard from Toronto, Dale Kavanagh from Germany via Nova Scotia, Ceilia Zabala from Argentina, and IGN founder Brian Gore from San Francisco.
This is the fourth in a series of "live" recordings from International Guitar Night's annual North American tours, featuring Lulo Reinhardt from Germany, Stephen Bennett from Virginia, Itamar Erez from Israel, and IGN founder Brian Gore from San Francisco.
This is the fifth in a series of "live" recordings from the International Guitar Night's annual North American tours. This album features Alexandre Gismonti, exciting young Brazilian guitarist and son of the legendary Egberto Gismonti, and Pino Forastiere from Italy, one of the leading players of the new contemporary steel string guitar world, England's show-stopping steel string guitarist Clive Carroll and IGN founder Brian Gore from San Francisco.
Instrumental / World
'Elemental' seamlessly blends Celtic & contemporary sounds with hints of Eastern European styles and jazz. It truly is world music and no wonder: Gillian started touring the world at just 15 - first as a featured performer at Green Linnet's 20th Anniversary Gala in New York, and then throughout North America, Scotland, Ireland, New Zealand and Australia.
Classical / Flamenco (Belgium Import)
The music produced by the then 24-year-old Karim Baggili was difficult to describe. A little flamenco here, a few Arabic scales there, and lots of fire and enthusiasm made it hard to paste a label on the music. Nevertheless, everyone hearing the young musician in the finals of the Open Strings competition was fascinated.
Fiddle (Eastern Canada)
Ashley MacIsaac is, in a sense, the musical representative of the pre-millenial generation of Eastern Canada. An ardent traditionalist with a penchant, nevertheless, for experimentation, this 26-year-old Nova Scotian native has been taught to play the fiddle the working-class, pub-stomp Cape Breton way: fast, furious and with phenomenal precision.
Four of the most dynamic and powerful guitar artists in the world, each a master of the acoustic guitar, combine their talents into one amazing ensemble. Men of Steel is Beppe Gambetta (Italy), Dan Crary (US), Tony McManus (Scotland), and Don Ross (Canada). Four Way Mirror is their second release.