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iTunes: *******www.itunes****/vincelauria Amazon: *******www.amazon****/gp/product/B000YGCJYA Guitar Virtuoso Vince Lauria performs his hit, Spanish Maestro. Spanish Maestro was recorded at Granville Studios, Las Vegas on May 19, 2005. Vince Lauria | *******www.vincelauria**** Vince Lauria has collaborated with notable artists such as Denny Laine (The Moody Blues, Wings), Hall of Fame recording artist Dave Marks (The Beach Boys), Duncan Faure (Rabbitt, Trevor Rabin, Madonna), film composer and Academy Award nominee John Debney (Sin City, The Passion of the Christ), award-winning film composer Jeffrey Gold (Pigweed Philosopher), TV/film composer Dan Ferguson (Toto, Steely Dan, Cher), Emmy award winner Jimmy Danelli (Winnie the Pooh, Disney), actor Mark McClure (Apollo 13, Superman, Back to the Future), Academy Award winner Timothy Hutton (The Falcon and The Snowman, Ordinary People), Jazz great Richie Cole, Donnie Vie (Enuff Z'nuff), Jake E. Lee (Badlands, Ozzy Osbourne, Sarah Thiele), and Vinnie Castaldo (Phil Collins, The Killers). In film and television he has composed and performed the Clio Award-winning melody for the "Made In The Shade" jeans commercial working with Len Kovner at Davlen Sound Studios (1978-1982). He recently scored music for director and producer Don Barnhart (Saved by the Bell, Benson) on a TV pilot starring Daniel Baldwin and Terasa Livingstone. Vince Lauria is Winner of the Gold Medal for Best Impact of Music in a Documentary (Audience Favorite) at the 2008 Park City Film Music Festival (PCFMF) for the feature-length documentary, Man of a Thousand Faces, executive produced by actor James Hong (Chinatown, Blade Runner). Vince Lauria also won the Director's Choice Gold Medal for Excellence at the 2009 Park City Film Music Festival (PCFMF) for his original score of the awards-winning feature documentary, Pigweed Philosopher: The Untethered Zen of Kimball Johnson, directed by documentary filmmaker Gabriel Lakey. He is currently working on the independent feature musical, Nowhere Fast: The Forgotten Story of Approach Control, directed by Ryan Williams (Abby Singer). As a guitar virtuoso, Vince Lauria has served as an instructor at the Dick Grove School of Music, and as a technical adviser to Guitar World Magazine. Vince Lauria also has numerous instructional textbooks to his name, including "Learn to Burn on Rock Guitar" (Mel Bay), "Heavy Metal Solos for Guitar" (Mel Bay), "Teach Yourself Rock Guitar" (Mel Bay), and "The Rock Riff Dictionary for Lead Guitar" (ADG Productions) which can be found on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Borders, and other leading international booksellers. Vince Lauria maintains a free music theory blog at *******vincelauria.blogspot****
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iTunes: *******www.itunes****/vincelauria Amazon: *******www.amazon****/gp/product/B000YGCJYA Guitar Virtuoso Vince Lauria performs his hit, Spanish Maestro. Spanish Maestro was recorded at Granville Studios, Las Vegas on May 19, 2005. Vince Lauria | *******www.vincelauria**** Vince Lauria has collaborated with notable artists such as Denny Laine (The Moody Blues, Wings), Hall of Fame recording artist Dave Marks (The Beach Boys), Duncan Faure (Rabbitt, Trevor Rabin, Madonna), film composer and Academy Award nominee John Debney (Sin City, The Passion of the Christ), award-winning film composer Jeffrey Gold (Pigweed Philosopher), TV/film composer Dan Ferguson (Toto, Steely Dan, Cher), Emmy award winner Jimmy Danelli (Winnie the Pooh, Disney), actor Mark McClure (Apollo 13, Superman, Back to the Future), Academy Award winner Timothy Hutton (The Falcon and The Snowman, Ordinary People), Jazz great Richie Cole, Donnie Vie (Enuff Z'nuff), Jake E. Lee (Badlands, Ozzy Osbourne, Sarah Thiele), and Vinnie Castaldo (Phil Collins, The Killers). In film and television he has composed and performed the Clio Award-winning melody for the "Made In The Shade" jeans commercial working with Len Kovner at Davlen Sound Studios (1978-1982). He recently scored music for director and producer Don Barnhart (Saved by the Bell, Benson) on a TV pilot starring Daniel Baldwin and Terasa Livingstone. Vince Lauria is Winner of the Gold Medal for Best Impact of Music in a Documentary (Audience Favorite) at the 2008 Park City Film Music Festival (PCFMF) for the feature-length documentary, Man of a Thousand Faces, executive produced by actor James Hong (Chinatown, Blade Runner). Vince Lauria also won the Director's Choice Gold Medal for Excellence at the 2009 Park City Film Music Festival (PCFMF) for his original score of the awards-winning feature documentary, Pigweed Philosopher: The Untethered Zen of Kimball Johnson, directed by documentary filmmaker Gabriel Lakey. He is currently working on the independent feature musical, Nowhere Fast: The Forgotten Story of Approach Control, directed by Ryan Williams (Abby Singer). As a guitar virtuoso, Vince Lauria has served as an instructor at the Dick Grove School of Music, and as a technical adviser to Guitar World Magazine. Vince Lauria also has numerous instructional textbooks to his name, including "Learn to Burn on Rock Guitar" (Mel Bay), "Heavy Metal Solos for Guitar" (Mel Bay), "Teach Yourself Rock Guitar" (Mel Bay), and "The Rock Riff Dictionary for Lead Guitar" (ADG Productions) which can be found on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Borders, and other leading international booksellers. Vince Lauria maintains a free music theory blog at *******vincelauria.blogspot****
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iTunes: *******www.itunes****/vincelauria Amazon: *******www.amazon****/gp/product/B000YGCJYA Guitar Virtuoso Vince Lauria performs his hit, Spanish Maestro. Spanish Maestro was recorded at Granville Studios, Las Vegas on May 19, 2005. Vince Lauria | *******www.vincelauria**** Vince Lauria has collaborated with notable artists such as Denny Laine (The Moody Blues, Wings), Hall of Fame recording artist Dave Marks (The Beach Boys), Duncan Faure (Rabbitt, Trevor Rabin, Madonna), film composer and Academy Award nominee John Debney (Sin City, The Passion of the Christ), award-winning film composer Jeffrey Gold (Pigweed Philosopher), TV/film composer Dan Ferguson (Toto, Steely Dan, Cher), Emmy award winner Jimmy Danelli (Winnie the Pooh, Disney), actor Mark McClure (Apollo 13, Superman, Back to the Future), Academy Award winner Timothy Hutton (The Falcon and The Snowman, Ordinary People), Jazz great Richie Cole, Donnie Vie (Enuff Z'nuff), Jake E. Lee (Badlands, Ozzy Osbourne, Sarah Thiele), and Vinnie Castaldo (Phil Collins, The Killers). In film and television he has composed and performed the Clio Award-winning melody for the "Made In The Shade" jeans commercial working with Len Kovner at Davlen Sound Studios (1978-1982). He recently scored music for director and producer Don Barnhart (Saved by the Bell, Benson) on a TV pilot starring Daniel Baldwin and Terasa Livingstone. Vince Lauria is Winner of the Gold Medal for Best Impact of Music in a Documentary (Audience Favorite) at the 2008 Park City Film Music Festival (PCFMF) for the feature-length documentary, Man of a Thousand Faces, executive produced by actor James Hong (Chinatown, Blade Runner). Vince Lauria also won the Director's Choice Gold Medal for Excellence at the 2009 Park City Film Music Festival (PCFMF) for his original score of the awards-winning feature documentary, Pigweed Philosopher: The Untethered Zen of Kimball Johnson, directed by documentary filmmaker Gabriel Lakey. He is currently working on the independent feature musical, Nowhere Fast: The Forgotten Story of Approach Control, directed by Ryan Williams (Abby Singer). As a guitar virtuoso, Vince Lauria has served as an instructor at the Dick Grove School of Music, and as a technical adviser to Guitar World Magazine. Vince Lauria also has numerous instructional textbooks to his name, including "Learn to Burn on Rock Guitar" (Mel Bay), "Heavy Metal Solos for Guitar" (Mel Bay), "Teach Yourself Rock Guitar" (Mel Bay), and "The Rock Riff Dictionary for Lead Guitar" (ADG Productions) which can be found on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Borders, and other leading international booksellers. Vince Lauria maintains a free music theory blog at *******vincelauria.blogspot****
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iTunes: *******www.itunes****/vincelauria Amazon: *******www.amazon****/gp/product/B000YGCJYA Guitar Virtuoso Vince Lauria performs his hit, Spanish Maestro. Spanish Maestro was recorded at Granville Studios, Las Vegas on May 19, 2005. Vince Lauria | *******www.vincelauria**** Vince Lauria has collaborated with notable artists such as Denny Laine (The Moody Blues, Wings), Hall of Fame recording artist Dave Marks (The Beach Boys), Duncan Faure (Rabbitt, Trevor Rabin, Madonna), film composer and Academy Award nominee John Debney (Sin City, The Passion of the Christ), award-winning film composer Jeffrey Gold (Pigweed Philosopher), TV/film composer Dan Ferguson (Toto, Steely Dan, Cher), Emmy award winner Jimmy Danelli (Winnie the Pooh, Disney), actor Mark McClure (Apollo 13, Superman, Back to the Future), Academy Award winner Timothy Hutton (The Falcon and The Snowman, Ordinary People), Jazz great Richie Cole, Donnie Vie (Enuff Z'nuff), Jake E. Lee (Badlands, Ozzy Osbourne, Sarah Thiele), and Vinnie Castaldo (Phil Collins, The Killers). In film and television he has composed and performed the Clio Award-winning melody for the "Made In The Shade" jeans commercial working with Len Kovner at Davlen Sound Studios (1978-1982). He recently scored music for director and producer Don Barnhart (Saved by the Bell, Benson) on a TV pilot starring Daniel Baldwin and Terasa Livingstone. Vince Lauria is Winner of the Gold Medal for Best Impact of Music in a Documentary (Audience Favorite) at the 2008 Park City Film Music Festival (PCFMF) for the feature-length documentary, Man of a Thousand Faces, executive produced by actor James Hong (Chinatown, Blade Runner). Vince Lauria also won the Director's Choice Gold Medal for Excellence at the 2009 Park City Film Music Festival (PCFMF) for his original score of the awards-winning feature documentary, Pigweed Philosopher: The Untethered Zen of Kimball Johnson, directed by documentary filmmaker Gabriel Lakey. He is currently working on the independent feature musical, Nowhere Fast: The Forgotten Story of Approach Control, directed by Ryan Williams (Abby Singer). As a guitar virtuoso, Vince Lauria has served as an instructor at the Dick Grove School of Music, and as a technical adviser to Guitar World Magazine. Vince Lauria also has numerous instructional textbooks to his name, including "Learn to Burn on Rock Guitar" (Mel Bay), "Heavy Metal Solos for Guitar" (Mel Bay), "Teach Yourself Rock Guitar" (Mel Bay), and "The Rock Riff Dictionary for Lead Guitar" (ADG Productions) which can be found on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Borders, and other leading international booksellers. Vince Lauria maintains a free music theory blog at *******vincelauria.blogspot****
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iTunes: *******www.itunes****/vincelauria Amazon: *******www.amazon****/gp/product/B000YGCJYA Guitar Virtuoso Vince Lauria performs his hit, Spanish Maestro. Spanish Maestro was recorded at Granville Studios, Las Vegas on May 19, 2005. Vince Lauria | *******www.vincelauria**** Vince Lauria has collaborated with notable artists such as Denny Laine (The Moody Blues, Wings), Hall of Fame recording artist Dave Marks (The Beach Boys), Duncan Faure (Rabbitt, Trevor Rabin, Madonna), film composer and Academy Award nominee John Debney (Sin City, The Passion of the Christ), award-winning film composer Jeffrey Gold (Pigweed Philosopher), TV/film composer Dan Ferguson (Toto, Steely Dan, Cher), Emmy award winner Jimmy Danelli (Winnie the Pooh, Disney), actor Mark McClure (Apollo 13, Superman, Back to the Future), Academy Award winner Timothy Hutton (The Falcon and The Snowman, Ordinary People), Jazz great Richie Cole, Donnie Vie (Enuff Z'nuff), Jake E. Lee (Badlands, Ozzy Osbourne, Sarah Thiele), and Vinnie Castaldo (Phil Collins, The Killers). In film and television he has composed and performed the Clio Award-winning melody for the "Made In The Shade" jeans commercial working with Len Kovner at Davlen Sound Studios (1978-1982). He recently scored music for director and producer Don Barnhart (Saved by the Bell, Benson) on a TV pilot starring Daniel Baldwin and Terasa Livingstone. Vince Lauria is Winner of the Gold Medal for Best Impact of Music in a Documentary (Audience Favorite) at the 2008 Park City Film Music Festival (PCFMF) for the feature-length documentary, Man of a Thousand Faces, executive produced by actor James Hong (Chinatown, Blade Runner). Vince Lauria also won the Director's Choice Gold Medal for Excellence at the 2009 Park City Film Music Festival (PCFMF) for his original score of the awards-winning feature documentary, Pigweed Philosopher: The Untethered Zen of Kimball Johnson, directed by documentary filmmaker Gabriel Lakey. He is currently working on the independent feature musical, Nowhere Fast: The Forgotten Story of Approach Control, directed by Ryan Williams (Abby Singer). As a guitar virtuoso, Vince Lauria has served as an instructor at the Dick Grove School of Music, and as a technical adviser to Guitar World Magazine. Vince Lauria also has numerous instructional textbooks to his name, including "Learn to Burn on Rock Guitar" (Mel Bay), "Heavy Metal Solos for Guitar" (Mel Bay), "Teach Yourself Rock Guitar" (Mel Bay), and "The Rock Riff Dictionary for Lead Guitar" (ADG Productions) which can be found on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Borders, and other leading international booksellers. Vince Lauria maintains a free music theory blog at *******vincelauria.blogspot****
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iTunes: *******www.itunes****/vincelauria Amazon: *******www.amazon****/gp/product/B000YGCJYA Guitar Virtuoso Vince Lauria performs his hit, Spanish Maestro. Spanish Maestro was recorded at Granville Studios, Las Vegas on May 19, 2005. Vince Lauria | *******www.vincelauria**** Vince Lauria has collaborated with notable artists such as Denny Laine (The Moody Blues, Wings), Hall of Fame recording artist Dave Marks (The Beach Boys), Duncan Faure (Rabbitt, Trevor Rabin, Madonna), film composer and Academy Award nominee John Debney (Sin City, The Passion of the Christ), award-winning film composer Jeffrey Gold (Pigweed Philosopher), TV/film composer Dan Ferguson (Toto, Steely Dan, Cher), Emmy award winner Jimmy Danelli (Winnie the Pooh, Disney), actor Mark McClure (Apollo 13, Superman, Back to the Future), Academy Award winner Timothy Hutton (The Falcon and The Snowman, Ordinary People), Jazz great Richie Cole, Donnie Vie (Enuff Z'nuff), Jake E. Lee (Badlands, Ozzy Osbourne, Sarah Thiele), and Vinnie Castaldo (Phil Collins, The Killers). In film and television he has composed and performed the Clio Award-winning melody for the "Made In The Shade" jeans commercial working with Len Kovner at Davlen Sound Studios (1978-1982). He recently scored music for director and producer Don Barnhart (Saved by the Bell, Benson) on a TV pilot starring Daniel Baldwin and Terasa Livingstone. Vince Lauria is Winner of the Gold Medal for Best Impact of Music in a Documentary (Audience Favorite) at the 2008 Park City Film Music Festival (PCFMF) for the feature-length documentary, Man of a Thousand Faces, executive produced by actor James Hong (Chinatown, Blade Runner). Vince Lauria also won the Director's Choice Gold Medal for Excellence at the 2009 Park City Film Music Festival (PCFMF) for his original score of the awards-winning feature documentary, Pigweed Philosopher: The Untethered Zen of Kimball Johnson, directed by documentary filmmaker Gabriel Lakey. He is currently working on the independent feature musical, Nowhere Fast: The Forgotten Story of Approach Control, directed by Ryan Williams (Abby Singer). As a guitar virtuoso, Vince Lauria has served as an instructor at the Dick Grove School of Music, and as a technical adviser to Guitar World Magazine. Vince Lauria also has numerous instructional textbooks to his name, including "Learn to Burn on Rock Guitar" (Mel Bay), "Heavy Metal Solos for Guitar" (Mel Bay), "Teach Yourself Rock Guitar" (Mel Bay), and "The Rock Riff Dictionary for Lead Guitar" (ADG Productions) which can be found on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Borders, and other leading international booksellers. Vince Lauria maintains a free music theory blog at *******vincelauria.blogspot****
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iTunes: *******www.itunes****/vincelauria Amazon: *******www.amazon****/gp/product/B000YGCJYA Guitar Virtuoso Vince Lauria performs his hit, Spanish Maestro. Spanish Maestro was recorded at Granville Studios, Las Vegas on May 19, 2005. Vince Lauria | *******www.vincelauria**** Vince Lauria has collaborated with notable artists such as Denny Laine (The Moody Blues, Wings), Hall of Fame recording artist Dave Marks (The Beach Boys), Duncan Faure (Rabbitt, Trevor Rabin, Madonna), film composer and Academy Award nominee John Debney (Sin City, The Passion of the Christ), award-winning film composer Jeffrey Gold (Pigweed Philosopher), TV/film composer Dan Ferguson (Toto, Steely Dan, Cher), Emmy award winner Jimmy Danelli (Winnie the Pooh, Disney), actor Mark McClure (Apollo 13, Superman, Back to the Future), Academy Award winner Timothy Hutton (The Falcon and The Snowman, Ordinary People), Jazz great Richie Cole, Donnie Vie (Enuff Z'nuff), Jake E. Lee (Badlands, Ozzy Osbourne, Sarah Thiele), and Vinnie Castaldo (Phil Collins, The Killers). In film and television he has composed and performed the Clio Award-winning melody for the "Made In The Shade" jeans commercial working with Len Kovner at Davlen Sound Studios (1978-1982). He recently scored music for director and producer Don Barnhart (Saved by the Bell, Benson) on a TV pilot starring Daniel Baldwin and Terasa Livingstone. Vince Lauria is Winner of the Gold Medal for Best Impact of Music in a Documentary (Audience Favorite) at the 2008 Park City Film Music Festival (PCFMF) for the feature-length documentary, Man of a Thousand Faces, executive produced by actor James Hong (Chinatown, Blade Runner). Vince Lauria also won the Director's Choice Gold Medal for Excellence at the 2009 Park City Film Music Festival (PCFMF) for his original score of the awards-winning feature documentary, Pigweed Philosopher: The Untethered Zen of Kimball Johnson, directed by documentary filmmaker Gabriel Lakey. He is currently working on the independent feature musical, Nowhere Fast: The Forgotten Story of Approach Control, directed by Ryan Williams (Abby Singer). As a guitar virtuoso, Vince Lauria has served as an instructor at the Dick Grove School of Music, and as a technical adviser to Guitar World Magazine. Vince Lauria also has numerous instructional textbooks to his name, including "Learn to Burn on Rock Guitar" (Mel Bay), "Heavy Metal Solos for Guitar" (Mel Bay), "Teach Yourself Rock Guitar" (Mel Bay), and "The Rock Riff Dictionary for Lead Guitar" (ADG Productions) which can be found on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Borders, and other leading international booksellers. Vince Lauria maintains a free music theory blog at *******vincelauria.blogspot****
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iTunes: *******www.itunes****/vincelauria Amazon: *******www.amazon****/gp/product/B000YGCJYA Guitar Virtuoso Vince Lauria performs his hit, Spanish Maestro. Spanish Maestro was recorded at Granville Studios, Las Vegas on May 19, 2005. Vince Lauria | *******www.vincelauria**** Vince Lauria has collaborated with notable artists such as Denny Laine (The Moody Blues, Wings), Hall of Fame recording artist Dave Marks (The Beach Boys), Duncan Faure (Rabbitt, Trevor Rabin, Madonna), film composer and Academy Award nominee John Debney (Sin City, The Passion of the Christ), award-winning film composer Jeffrey Gold (Pigweed Philosopher), TV/film composer Dan Ferguson (Toto, Steely Dan, Cher), Emmy award winner Jimmy Danelli (Winnie the Pooh, Disney), actor Mark McClure (Apollo 13, Superman, Back to the Future), Academy Award winner Timothy Hutton (The Falcon and The Snowman, Ordinary People), Jazz great Richie Cole, Donnie Vie (Enuff Z'nuff), Jake E. Lee (Badlands, Ozzy Osbourne, Sarah Thiele), and Vinnie Castaldo (Phil Collins, The Killers). In film and television he has composed and performed the Clio Award-winning melody for the "Made In The Shade" jeans commercial working with Len Kovner at Davlen Sound Studios (1978-1982). He recently scored music for director and producer Don Barnhart (Saved by the Bell, Benson) on a TV pilot starring Daniel Baldwin and Terasa Livingstone. Vince Lauria is Winner of the Gold Medal for Best Impact of Music in a Documentary (Audience Favorite) at the 2008 Park City Film Music Festival (PCFMF) for the feature-length documentary, Man of a Thousand Faces, executive produced by actor James Hong (Chinatown, Blade Runner). Vince Lauria also won the Director's Choice Gold Medal for Excellence at the 2009 Park City Film Music Festival (PCFMF) for his original score of the awards-winning feature documentary, Pigweed Philosopher: The Untethered Zen of Kimball Johnson, directed by documentary filmmaker Gabriel Lakey. He is currently working on the independent feature musical, Nowhere Fast: The Forgotten Story of Approach Control, directed by Ryan Williams (Abby Singer). As a guitar virtuoso, Vince Lauria has served as an instructor at the Dick Grove School of Music, and as a technical adviser to Guitar World Magazine. Vince Lauria also has numerous instructional textbooks to his name, including "Learn to Burn on Rock Guitar" (Mel Bay), "Heavy Metal Solos for Guitar" (Mel Bay), "Teach Yourself Rock Guitar" (Mel Bay), and "The Rock Riff Dictionary for Lead Guitar" (ADG Productions) which can be found on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Borders, and other leading international booksellers. Vince Lauria maintains a free music theory blog at *******vincelauria.blogspot****
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iTunes: *******www.itunes****/vincelauria Amazon: *******www.amazon****/gp/product/B000YGCJYA Guitar Virtuoso Vince Lauria performs his hit, Spanish Maestro. Spanish Maestro was recorded at Granville Studios, Las Vegas on May 19, 2005. Vince Lauria | *******www.vincelauria**** Vince Lauria has collaborated with notable artists such as Denny Laine (The Moody Blues, Wings), Hall of Fame recording artist Dave Marks (The Beach Boys), Duncan Faure (Rabbitt, Trevor Rabin, Madonna), film composer and Academy Award nominee John Debney (Sin City, The Passion of the Christ), award-winning film composer Jeffrey Gold (Pigweed Philosopher), TV/film composer Dan Ferguson (Toto, Steely Dan, Cher), Emmy award winner Jimmy Danelli (Winnie the Pooh, Disney), actor Mark McClure (Apollo 13, Superman, Back to the Future), Academy Award winner Timothy Hutton (The Falcon and The Snowman, Ordinary People), Jazz great Richie Cole, Donnie Vie (Enuff Z'nuff), Jake E. Lee (Badlands, Ozzy Osbourne, Sarah Thiele), and Vinnie Castaldo (Phil Collins, The Killers). In film and television he has composed and performed the Clio Award-winning melody for the "Made In The Shade" jeans commercial working with Len Kovner at Davlen Sound Studios (1978-1982). He recently scored music for director and producer Don Barnhart (Saved by the Bell, Benson) on a TV pilot starring Daniel Baldwin and Terasa Livingstone. Vince Lauria is Winner of the Gold Medal for Best Impact of Music in a Documentary (Audience Favorite) at the 2008 Park City Film Music Festival (PCFMF) for the feature-length documentary, Man of a Thousand Faces, executive produced by actor James Hong (Chinatown, Blade Runner). Vince Lauria also won the Director's Choice Gold Medal for Excellence at the 2009 Park City Film Music Festival (PCFMF) for his original score of the awards-winning feature documentary, Pigweed Philosopher: The Untethered Zen of Kimball Johnson, directed by documentary filmmaker Gabriel Lakey. He is currently working on the independent feature musical, Nowhere Fast: The Forgotten Story of Approach Control, directed by Ryan Williams (Abby Singer). As a guitar virtuoso, Vince Lauria has served as an instructor at the Dick Grove School of Music, and as a technical adviser to Guitar World Magazine. Vince Lauria also has numerous instructional textbooks to his name, including "Learn to Burn on Rock Guitar" (Mel Bay), "Heavy Metal Solos for Guitar" (Mel Bay), "Teach Yourself Rock Guitar" (Mel Bay), and "The Rock Riff Dictionary for Lead Guitar" (ADG Productions) which can be found on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Borders, and other leading international booksellers. Vince Lauria maintains a free music theory blog at *******vincelauria.blogspot****
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iTunes: *******www.itunes****/vincelauria Amazon: *******www.amazon****/gp/product/B000YGCJYA Guitar Virtuoso Vince Lauria performs his hit, Spanish Maestro. Spanish Maestro was recorded at Granville Studios, Las Vegas on May 19, 2005. Vince Lauria | *******www.vincelauria**** Vince Lauria has collaborated with notable artists such as Denny Laine (The Moody Blues, Wings), Hall of Fame recording artist Dave Marks (The Beach Boys), Duncan Faure (Rabbitt, Trevor Rabin, Madonna), film composer and Academy Award nominee John Debney (Sin City, The Passion of the Christ), award-winning film composer Jeffrey Gold (Pigweed Philosopher), TV/film composer Dan Ferguson (Toto, Steely Dan, Cher), Emmy award winner Jimmy Danelli (Winnie the Pooh, Disney), actor Mark McClure (Apollo 13, Superman, Back to the Future), Academy Award winner Timothy Hutton (The Falcon and The Snowman, Ordinary People), Jazz great Richie Cole, Donnie Vie (Enuff Z'nuff), Jake E. Lee (Badlands, Ozzy Osbourne, Sarah Thiele), and Vinnie Castaldo (Phil Collins, The Killers). In film and television he has composed and performed the Clio Award-winning melody for the "Made In The Shade" jeans commercial working with Len Kovner at Davlen Sound Studios (1978-1982). He recently scored music for director and producer Don Barnhart (Saved by the Bell, Benson) on a TV pilot starring Daniel Baldwin and Terasa Livingstone. Vince Lauria is Winner of the Gold Medal for Best Impact of Music in a Documentary (Audience Favorite) at the 2008 Park City Film Music Festival (PCFMF) for the feature-length documentary, Man of a Thousand Faces, executive produced by actor James Hong (Chinatown, Blade Runner). Vince Lauria also won the Director's Choice Gold Medal for Excellence at the 2009 Park City Film Music Festival (PCFMF) for his original score of the awards-winning feature documentary, Pigweed Philosopher: The Untethered Zen of Kimball Johnson, directed by documentary filmmaker Gabriel Lakey. He is currently working on the independent feature musical, Nowhere Fast: The Forgotten Story of Approach Control, directed by Ryan Williams (Abby Singer). As a guitar virtuoso, Vince Lauria has served as an instructor at the Dick Grove School of Music, and as a technical adviser to Guitar World Magazine. Vince Lauria also has numerous instructional textbooks to his name, including "Learn to Burn on Rock Guitar" (Mel Bay), "Heavy Metal Solos for Guitar" (Mel Bay), "Teach Yourself Rock Guitar" (Mel Bay), and "The Rock Riff Dictionary for Lead Guitar" (ADG Productions) which can be found on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Borders, and other leading international booksellers. Vince Lauria maintains a free music theory blog at *******vincelauria.blogspot****
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iTunes: *******www.itunes****/vincelauria Amazon: *******www.amazon****/gp/product/B000YGCJYA Guitar Virtuoso Vince Lauria performs his hit, Spanish Maestro. Spanish Maestro was recorded at Granville Studios, Las Vegas on May 19, 2005. Vince Lauria | *******www.vincelauria**** Vince Lauria has collaborated with notable artists such as Denny Laine (The Moody Blues, Wings), Hall of Fame recording artist Dave Marks (The Beach Boys), Duncan Faure (Rabbitt, Trevor Rabin, Madonna), film composer and Academy Award nominee John Debney (Sin City, The Passion of the Christ), award-winning film composer Jeffrey Gold (Pigweed Philosopher), TV/film composer Dan Ferguson (Toto, Steely Dan, Cher), Emmy award winner Jimmy Danelli (Winnie the Pooh, Disney), actor Mark McClure (Apollo 13, Superman, Back to the Future), Academy Award winner Timothy Hutton (The Falcon and The Snowman, Ordinary People), Jazz great Richie Cole, Donnie Vie (Enuff Z'nuff), Jake E. Lee (Badlands, Ozzy Osbourne, Sarah Thiele), and Vinnie Castaldo (Phil Collins, The Killers). In film and television he has composed and performed the Clio Award-winning melody for the "Made In The Shade" jeans commercial working with Len Kovner at Davlen Sound Studios (1978-1982). He recently scored music for director and producer Don Barnhart (Saved by the Bell, Benson) on a TV pilot starring Daniel Baldwin and Terasa Livingstone. Vince Lauria is Winner of the Gold Medal for Best Impact of Music in a Documentary (Audience Favorite) at the 2008 Park City Film Music Festival (PCFMF) for the feature-length documentary, Man of a Thousand Faces, executive produced by actor James Hong (Chinatown, Blade Runner). Vince Lauria also won the Director's Choice Gold Medal for Excellence at the 2009 Park City Film Music Festival (PCFMF) for his original score of the awards-winning feature documentary, Pigweed Philosopher: The Untethered Zen of Kimball Johnson, directed by documentary filmmaker Gabriel Lakey. He is currently working on the independent feature musical, Nowhere Fast: The Forgotten Story of Approach Control, directed by Ryan Williams (Abby Singer). As a guitar virtuoso, Vince Lauria has served as an instructor at the Dick Grove School of Music, and as a technical adviser to Guitar World Magazine. Vince Lauria also has numerous instructional textbooks to his name, including "Learn to Burn on Rock Guitar" (Mel Bay), "Heavy Metal Solos for Guitar" (Mel Bay), "Teach Yourself Rock Guitar" (Mel Bay), and "The Rock Riff Dictionary for Lead Guitar" (ADG Productions) which can be found on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Borders, and other leading international booksellers. Vince Lauria maintains a free music theory blog at *******vincelauria.blogspot****
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iTunes: *******www.itunes****/vincelauria Amazon: *******www.amazon****/gp/product/B000YGCJYA Guitar Virtuoso Vince Lauria performs his hit, Spanish Maestro. Spanish Maestro was recorded at Granville Studios, Las Vegas on May 19, 2005. Vince Lauria *******www.vincelauria**** Vince Lauria has collaborated with notable artists such as Denny Laine (The Moody Blues, Wings), Hall of Fame recording artist Dave Marks (The Beach Boys), Duncan Faure (Rabbitt, Trevor Rabin, Madonna), film composer and Academy Award nominee John Debney (Sin City, The Passion of the Christ), award-winning film composer Jeffrey Gold (Pigweed Philosopher), TV/film composer Dan Ferguson (Toto, Steely Dan, Cher), Emmy award winner Jimmy Danelli (Winnie the Pooh, Disney), actor Mark McClure (Apollo 13, Superman, Back to the Future), Academy Award winner Timothy Hutton (The Falcon and The Snowman, Ordinary People), Jazz great Richie Cole, Donnie Vie (Enuff Z'nuff), Jake E. Lee (Badlands, Ozzy Osbourne, Sarah Thiele), and Vinnie Castaldo (Phil Collins, The Killers). In film and television he has composed and performed the Clio Award-winning melody for the "Made In The Shade" jeans commercial working with Len Kovner at Davlen Sound Studios (1978-1982). He recently scored music for director and producer Don Barnhart (Saved by the Bell, Benson) on a TV pilot starring Daniel Baldwin and Terasa Livingstone. Vince Lauria is Winner of the Gold Medal for Best Impact of Music in a Documentary (Audience Favorite) at the 2008 Park City Film Music Festival (PCFMF) for the feature-length documentary, Man of a Thousand Faces, executive produced by actor James Hong (Chinatown, Blade Runner). Vince Lauria also won the Director's Choice Gold Medal for Excellence at the 2009 Park City Film Music Festival (PCFMF) for his original score of the awards-winning feature documentary, Pigweed Philosopher: The Untethered Zen of Kimball Johnson, directed by documentary filmmaker Gabriel Lakey. He is currently working on the independent feature musical, Nowhere Fast: The Forgotten Story of Approach Control, directed by Ryan Williams (Abby Singer). As a guitar virtuoso, Vince Lauria has served as an instructor at the Dick Grove School of Music, and as a technical adviser to Guitar World Magazine. Vince Lauria also has numerous instructional textbooks to his name, including "Learn to Burn on Rock Guitar" (Mel Bay), "Heavy Metal Solos for Guitar" (Mel Bay), "Teach Yourself Rock Guitar" (Mel Bay), and "The Rock Riff Dictionary for Lead Guitar" (ADG Productions) which can be found on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Borders, and other leading international booksellers. Vince Lauria maintains a free music theory blog at *******vincelauria.blogspot****
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iTunes: *******www.itunes****/vincelauria Amazon: *******www.amazon****/gp/product/B000YGCJYA Guitar Virtuoso Vince Lauria performs his hit, Spanish Maestro. Spanish Maestro was recorded at Granville Studios, Las Vegas on May 19, 2005. Vince Lauria *******www.vincelauria**** Vince Lauria has collaborated with notable artists such as Denny Laine (The Moody Blues, Wings), Hall of Fame recording artist Dave Marks (The Beach Boys), Duncan Faure (Rabbitt, Trevor Rabin, Madonna), film composer and Academy Award nominee John Debney (Sin City, The Passion of the Christ), award-winning film composer Jeffrey Gold (Pigweed Philosopher), TV/film composer Dan Ferguson (Toto, Steely Dan, Cher), Emmy award winner Jimmy Danelli (Winnie the Pooh, Disney), actor Mark McClure (Apollo 13, Superman, Back to the Future), Academy Award winner Timothy Hutton (The Falcon and The Snowman, Ordinary People), Jazz great Richie Cole, Donnie Vie (Enuff Z'nuff), Jake E. Lee (Badlands, Ozzy Osbourne, Sarah Thiele), and Vinnie Castaldo (Phil Collins, The Killers). In film and television he has composed and performed the Clio Award-winning melody for the "Made In The Shade" jeans commercial working with Len Kovner at Davlen Sound Studios (1978-1982). He recently scored music for director and producer Don Barnhart (Saved by the Bell, Benson) on a TV pilot starring Daniel Baldwin and Terasa Livingstone. Vince Lauria is Winner of the Gold Medal for Best Impact of Music in a Documentary (Audience Favorite) at the 2008 Park City Film Music Festival (PCFMF) for the feature-length documentary, Man of a Thousand Faces, executive produced by actor James Hong (Chinatown, Blade Runner). Vince Lauria also won the Director's Choice Gold Medal for Excellence at the 2009 Park City Film Music Festival (PCFMF) for his original score of the awards-winning feature documentary, Pigweed Philosopher: The Untethered Zen of Kimball Johnson, directed by documentary filmmaker Gabriel Lakey. He is currently working on the independent feature musical, Nowhere Fast: The Forgotten Story of Approach Control, directed by Ryan Williams (Abby Singer). As a guitar virtuoso, Vince Lauria has served as an instructor at the Dick Grove School of Music, and as a technical adviser to Guitar World Magazine. Vince Lauria also has numerous instructional textbooks to his name, including "Learn to Burn on Rock Guitar" (Mel Bay), "Heavy Metal Solos for Guitar" (Mel Bay), "Teach Yourself Rock Guitar" (Mel Bay), and "The Rock Riff Dictionary for Lead Guitar" (ADG Productions) which can be found on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Borders, and other leading international booksellers. Vince Lauria maintains a free music theory blog at *******vincelauria.blogspot****
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Jeffrey Gold is an award-winning film composer. Winner of the 2006 Best of State Award for Original Music Composition, the Jury Choice Gold Medal for Excellence in the 2004 Park City Film Music Festival and Semi-Finalist in the 2004 Moondance International Film Festival filmscoring competition, Jeffrey Gold's works have premiered at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) Centres in Cardiff, Wales and in Piccadilly, London, on television in the U.K., on PBS television, on radio and at international film festivals. Educated at Cambridge University, he is a lifetime member of the Cambridge Film and Television Society. In the United States, he has been a member of the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) since 1999. In 2005 he was invited to participate in the 19th Annual Sundance Institute Independent Producers Conference and the 3rd Annual Sundance Institute Theatre Program/Johnny Mercer Foundation Master Class with composers and performers Melissa Manchester, Jimmy Webb, Michael Rupert, Margaret Whiting, and Charles Strouse. He has had masterclasses with film composer/orchestrator/arranger Conrad Pope (Star Wars episodes I-III, Munich, Memoirs of a Geisha), two-time Emmy award winning film composer/arranger Hummie Mann (Robin Hood: Men in Tights, Year of the Comet), award-winning film composer Douglas Romayne (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), award-winning film composer & Sundance Institute alumnus Vincent Gillioz, and award-winning film composer and guitar virtuoso Vince Lauria.
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For more movie news, reviews and interview check out *******www***llider****/ One of the best shows on television is AMC's Breaking Bad. While I'm sure you've heard the buzz about the show that stars Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, Anna Gunn, Dean Norris, Bob Odenkirk, Betsy Brandt and RJ Mitte…let me say it again: Breaking Bad is truly amazing television and if you haven't gotten the chance to watch it, buy the DVDs and catch up. You will not be sorry. Anyway, at this year's Saturn Awards, I was able to speak with Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan and Aaron Paul and we talked about this past season and what the future holds. The big news is while production usually begins in August, Gilligan reveals the show doesn't start filming until January as AMC is moving the show to the summer. What that means is…it's going to be a long hiatus. We also talked about how long the show might be on the air, does he know where next season is going, and a lot more. Hit the jump to watch the interview: For more on Breaking Bad, here are DVD reviews of season 1 and 2. Vince Gilligan and Aaron Paul Aaron Paul talks about winning Best Supporting Actor at the Saturn Awards Does he hear from a lot of fans how much they love the show :45 How was season 3 compared to season 2 1:25 - When did he know what would happen on the season finale. Tells a great story 1:55 - When does he start filming next season. Says while they usually film in August, they start filming in January. He thinks the reason is AMC wants to air it as a summer show next year. 2:20 - What is he working on right now and can he be anonymous in Los Angeles 3:00 - Creator Vince Gilligan walks in. Says the cast and writers are quite close 4:25 - How involved is AMC in the show? Do they give him a lot of notes or does he have a lot of creative freedom 6:05 - We talk about how the show sometimes sets things up very far in advance. I then ask about the writing process and how do they design those events 7:45 - Does he have an idea for where the show is eventually going to go - if you're a fan of LOST….watch this part. Also if you want to see what backstage is really like…. 9:30 - Has he imagined the show going for 6 years. He says he can't see the show going past 5 years but way back when he couldn't see the show going for 3 years… 11:05 - Does he know where next season is going to go and how does the January start date change things
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