I am professional performance guitarist, playing Sedona's resorts and finest restaraunts for over 15 years. A residual musician of the Dahl restaurants, including Cucina Rustica and Mariposa, I playing Spanish guitar, Classical, Brazilian, Pop arrangements, creating an Elegant music for Weddings, receptions, and fine dining.
I love what I do.
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Gig Length: 40 - 200 minutes
What to Expect
For the wedding ceremony, I arrive and am ready to play 30 minutes prior to the scheduled ceremony time. I play pre-service music while guests are gathering and being seated. I communicate work with the bride and groom to select ceremony music. It is important to time out the songs for processional music perfectly for the wedding party and Bride. Cocktail hour and dinner music are additional options.
I was raised in Florida. Came to Flagstaff Arizona in 1997 to study classical guitar performance at NAU(received my bachelors in music in 2003. I met my wife at NAU. We now have 3 teenaged children, and are blessed to live in Sedona Arizona.
I received a Best Musician award in 2009. I am a preferred vender at L'auberge de Sedona, and other fine resorts. I play regularly at Lisa Dahl's amazing restaurant on the patio are in the dinning room.
Additional Booking Notes
I bring a simple battery operated sound system for most gigs. For larger venues and parties, I often bring my Bose® tower.
Styles include Classical, Spanish Jazz, South American, Bosa Nova, and Pop arrangements from Artists including Beatles, Jack Johnson, Nora Jones, Ed Sheeran, and David Guetta.
Guita and Amplifier
Full-time guitarist, singer, mandolin player from Phoenix, Arizona. I specialize in versatile, mobile live music.
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