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|John will be appearing at The Grammy Museum on March 31st from 7:30 - 9 PM, PST. Afterwards he will doing a signing session. We have the opportunity to be offering reservation seating for the first few rows of this event. This is first come first serve. If you would like to make a reservation please send an email to email@example.com and in the subject field put "Reserve Seats". You can reserve 1-2 tickets. These are limited so hurry up! |
John 5: Professor of Shredology – insight from one of hard rock’s greatest guitarists
Guitarist John 5 has compiled one of the most impressive resumes in rock. In addition to his own solo work, his commanding riffs combined with his composition skills have most recently earned him a coveted spot playing with rock icon Rob Zombie. Join us as he demonstrates his masterful techniques, breaks down his signature gear, talks about life on the road and songs from his latest album, Requiem.
John 5’s credentials include his famous stint with shock rocker Marilyn Manson and his current gig with Rob Zombie, but also includes diverse work with some names you might not expect, including Lita Ford, K.D. Lang, David Lee Roth, Meatloaf, Salt-N-Pepa, Lynyrd Skynyrd and many others. Surprisingly, to many, John 5 has an ardent love of bluegrass music and has the chops to prove it (just listen to “Sugar Foot Rag” from 2004 solo album Vertigo).
Further, he is a self-described “Fender fanatic” with a jaw-dropping collection of his favorite instrument, the Telecaster (“the greatest guitars ever built, by far, hands down,” he said). Such is his love for the instrument that Fender introduced the J5 Telecaster (and J5 Special Edition acoustic) in 2004 and the J5 Triple Tele Deluxe in 2007.
John 5 will answer questions and sign autographs immediately following the program.
The Grammy Museum is located at 800 Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles, Calif. 90015. For further information online, visit www.grammymuseum.org.