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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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*******FreeTradingVideos**** Rally Hitting Some Resistance The markets started off strong but gave some back by bearish selling signals in the weakening euro. * New Home Sales at 2-Year High in April * Durable Goods Orders Surge in April * Moody Says: Outlook Remains Stable on U.S. Rating
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lindsay lohan at the cannes film festival song used: nights in white satin by the moody blues
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*******FreeTradingVideos**** Markets Stumble After Greece News A large triple-digit intraday bull rally lost steam after Moody's announcement regarding cutting Greece's debt rating to "Junk" (first notch) territory. The Euro IMF Rescue Package did not impress Moody.
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RONNIE DAVIS at the VFW #7909 in Jacksonville Florida. My Pastor, Dr. H. Watson Moody has written 4 verses to this great song. The original song, written by Mosie Lister, it was, and still is, one of his favorites, he was driving a school bus years ago, and these verses came to him on his route. I didn't have all of the verses with me when we did this recording, but if anyone wants the words I will be happy to e-mail them to you, just let me know. And thanks for stopping by! I have been singing this song for a few years now, and after up loading it, I couldn't figure out why it took me so long to record it for upload here, after several hundred and some other videos, we were playing at the VFW POST #7909 here in Jacksonville, Ben, (FONECZAR) started the camera and recorded it, I posted it along with several other videos over the next couple of days. This video finished uploading on SATURDAY at 9:52 am, so with my connection it may have started around 6-7 am, Jo Ann's father passed away of a heartattack around 6:00 am on that same Saturday. Only God knows why it took me so long to do this, but like all other things in God's timing.... IT'S PERFECT!!!!!! NOT A MOMENT TOO SOON! Thanks to JoAnn for sharing this with me, so I can share it with the world. JoAnn, I am truly sorry for the loss of your father, but as the last verse in the song says, and in the 23rd Psalm: Yea, though I walk through the VALLEY OF THE SHADOW of DEATH, I will fear no evil: for thou art with me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me....and I WILL DWELL in the house of the LORD FOR EVER. PEOPLE THAT IS COMFORTING TO KNOW! Thank GOD for his promises! My preacher always says "the only thing GOD CAN'T do is LIE." (G) There's a river some-(C) where that's called (G) Jordan, And they (D) say that it's deep and (G) wide, And they say that the (C) king and (G) beggar, On that [D] shore they will stand side by (G) side. ---------------------------------------------------- At the (C) crossing, of the (G) Jordan, Why should (D)I be afraid? Therell be (G) someone who loves me, To (C) guide me, 'cross the (G) river, To (D) endless joys a (G) bove. ------------------------------------------------------ (G) Though the river is (C) dark and it's (G) stormy, It will (D) pass like a dream in the (G) night. And my soul will a (C) wake in the (G) morning, In (D) regions of endless de (G) light. ---------------------------------------------------- [G] There are many that have [C] crossed the dark [G ]river You could [D] tell by the light on their [G] face When their last breath in [C] this life was [G] taken JESUS [D] carried them to that Heavenly [G] place --------------------------------------------------- [G] When I come to the [C] end of my [G] journey And my [D] life here on Earth is [G] oer I will rest in the [C] arms of my [G] Savior In his [D] presents to be [G] evermore ----------------------------------------------------- (G) my friend Jesus will (C) stand at the (G) river, And He'll (D) beckon, "just come unto (G) me." Then the waters of (C) Jordan will be (G) parted, And on (D) dry ground I'll enter the (G) sea. -------------------------------------------------------------------- [G] I will stand on the [C] banks of that [G] river When Ive [D] finished my course and the [G] fight Then Jesus will [C] lead me to [G] Glory To the [D] city where the Lamb is the [G] light --------------------------------------------------------- [G] The river is [C] cold and [G] foreboding But for [D] me it will carry no [G] fright For my Savior will [C] meet me in [G] Mercy And Ill [D] cross by His will and His [G] might --------------------------------------------------------- [G] The Master has [C] passed thru that [G] river Be [D] cause of his love for man [G] kind Now its only a [C] valley of [G] shadows I ap [D] proach it with Gods peace in my [G] mind
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