ALWAYS ONE OF THE HOTTEST TICKETS AT THE NAMM
Show, All-Star Guitar Night moved to the beautiful Orange County Pavilion
for its Winter 2010 concert, packing the art-deco-styled theater with
gear manufacturers, musicians, and music fans. Performers included ASGN
founder Muriel Anderson, Tierra Negra, Monte Montgomery, Laurence
Juber, Pete Huttlinger, Reeves Gabrels, Johnny Hiland, Scott Henderson,
Guitar Player’s Guitar Superstar champion Steve Senes, GPGS finalist Mike
Orlando, Jude Gold, Jeff Berlin, and the extraordinary rhythm section of
bassist Stu Hamm and drummer Danny Gottlieb. You can watch videos
of all the amazing performances at allstarguitarnight.com.
Muriel Anderson cradles her massive—yet beautiful—
harp guitar during the night’s acoustic set.
uncorked an incendiary
set that included
with a sex toy against
the guitar stings.
Monte Montgomery’s set is so energized and rockin’ that it’s a
real mind-blower when you realize he’s doing everything on an
Jude Gold and Gretchen Menn’s “acoustic” duo, Lapdance Armageddon,
went electric, and bolstered their sound with the mighty Hamm/
Gottlieb rhythm section.
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