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Guitar Screams Live
  • Artist: Jeff Kollman
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 635961073628
  • Item #: CDBY73628
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 1/15/2007
  • Rank: 284748
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Guitar Screams Live on CD

From his humble Midwestern beginnings as a punk rockin' kid, to his days as a bonfire underground guitar god, to in-demand clinician throughout the globe. And more recently, collaborator/producer/guitarist with, for, and to the stars- Jeff Kollman has done it all. Or there abouts. From Jazz to Punk to Metal, Jeff has played and or recorded with a diverse many such as, Glenn Hughes, Jill Scott, UFO, Michael Schenker, Lyle Lovett, Wayman Tisdale, Lao Tizer, HTP, Edwin Dare, Cosmosquad, The Stain, Mogg/Way, Crumb Bros. And many more. On his own label Marmaduke Records, Kollman has written and produced 12 solo and band recordings featuring his diverse guitar virtuosity. Besides his world wide guitar hero status, Jeff is an in demand session guitarist, co writer, and producer for rock legends to the up and coming young bands under his production company known as 'Crumb Bros'. Jeff is also busy writing and placing songs for film and Television. Credits include Sahara, Fantastic 4, Eight Below, Ice Age II, Rounders, Slither, Showtimes "Masters Of Horror" series to name a few. Kollman has been voted among the top 20 favorite guitarists in Young Guitar Magazines readers poll along side the likes of Santana, Jeff Beck, and Edward Van Halen. Jeff's latest venture is JKB, a versatile, hi-energy power trio. With their debut outing 'Bleeding the Soul', Kollman steps up to the mike delivering an edgy, moody, no holes barred vocal performance for the first time in his diverse career.