Steve Morse of Deep Purple is working on an art collection made of guitar performance

Steve Morse DEEP PURPLE WORKS ON A PERFORMANCE GUITAR COLLECTION ART

deep purple guitar player Steve Morse Collaborates with the Los Angeles Technical Team scene four On creating outstanding performance-based artworks. A pioneering approach to creating visuals on canvas, each piece in this collection showcases a new dimension of the machine – a visual dimension.

For more information visit SteveMorseArt.com.

scene four Primarily known as the team responsible for the “Rhythm on Canvas” medium, they have released art collections over the past several years with a highly eclectic selection of drum legends, including Bill Ward (black sabbath), Rick Allen (Def Leppard) And Dave Lombardo (the killer).

scene fourL.A., a Los Angeles-based design and branding firm, uses LED technology to convey the musicians’ unique style on canvas. Art is said to provide a “musical imprint” as unique as an artist’s signature.

“Everyone’s artwork looks completely different because of their different styles and techniques,” Corey Danzigerwho co-founded scene four In 2004 with Ravi Dosajsaid graphic designer New York times.

Bill WardThe artwork of ‘dark’ has a kind of ominous element to it, while Chad SmithHe has a kind of feeling of lightness and airiness while playing. His arms are open and those pieces have a butterfly effect.” Danziger She said.

Morse code effectively took over Richie Blackmore‘s deep purple slot in 1994 and since then has been in the group for longer than Richie.

In a 1997 interview, Blackmore mention about him Morse code: “I’m just happy [DEEP PURPLE] I found a guitarist to go on because I thought I’d be tied to this band for the rest of my life. It was like a ball and chain, and fortunately, they said, “Okay, we found someone.” “Thank God, I can get out!”

“I didn’t listen much [to DEEP PURPLE‘s recent recordings]. I just know that Steve Morse [is a] Brilliant player. I remember Steve Morse with the DIXIE DREGS; they are great.”

Morse codeHis solo career includes rock, country, funk, jazz, classical and fusion. Having started playing guitar at the age of eleven, he later entered the University of Miami Music School, where he studied classical guitar and jazz. “Guitarist”, was voted “Best Guitarist” in Guitar player Poll readers for five consecutive years, before being disqualified from opening the award to other musicians, and their entry into the Great Show. He received his work seven Grammy Award Nominations, and has appeared in more than 200 albums.

deep purplehis last album, ‘turn to crime’came out in November via ear music. LP contains deep purpleTranscripts of great rock classics and musical gems – including songs you originally recorded Bob DylanAnd Fleetwood MacAnd Bob SeegerAnd generous And squares – Handpicked by every member of the band.

Because of a “family matter”, Morse code Will take a temporary hiatus from deep purple Live performances but remains a full member of the band. Stevesubstitute for purpleUpcoming dates in May, June and July 2022 will be the guitarist Simon McBridewho previously toured with both Ian Gillan And Don Airyamong other things.

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