Acoustic Amplification Artists
Sarzo has played with many well known heavy metal acts including Quiet Riot, Ozzy Osbourne, Whitesnake, Manic Eden, Dio and Blue Öyster Cult. He has been a professional recording and performing artist worldwide for over 20 years. As a member of Ozzy Osbourne's band, from March 1981 to September 1982, Rudy toured the world in support of the
In 1998, Kelly Gray became a guitarist in Queensrÿche. He produced their 1999 album, Q2K, and plays on the 2001 live album and DVD, Live Evolution. Gray produced and engineered Queensrÿche's albums American Soldier in 2009 and Dedicated to Chaos in 2011, performing additional guitars and participating in the songwriting for both albums.
ACIDIC puts on a high-energy, muscular stage show with catchy original songs, compelling vocals, memorable hooks you'll be humming after the show's over, and power riffs that'll make you want to floor it if you're driving. Fans and music critics alike agree that they're one band that simply must be seen live.
Rich Juzwick – September Mourning
Rich Juzwick is the guitarist with September Mourning (and former guitarist with Gemini Syndrome). Having toured with Marilyn Manson, September Mourning has already built up an impressive fan base, which she calls her “Children of Fate,” constantly encouraging them to have “the courage to embrace their passion… to allow yourself to follow your heart and not be a slave to your fears. To know that the only boundaries that exist in our lives are the ones we allow.”
Mike Salerno – Gemini Syndrome
Mike Salerno is the guitarist with Los Angeles-based, mainstream metal quintet Gemini Syndrome, who spent their formative days opening for bands on the Sunset Strip. As their reputation within the L.A. hard rock scene grew ,converting listeners with their strong stage performances and cohesive content, so did their audience, and soon after the release of their 2011 debut EP, the band inked a major-label deal with Warner Bros.
Jonathan has worked with Ryan Adams, The Weepies, Joshua Radin and many others. He has worked extensively in New York as a jazz bassist. Since early 2000, he's been a regular member of the Howard Fishman Quartet. Originally from New Jersey, Flaugher started out on clarinet and saxophone before switching to bass in high school. He majored in jazz studies at SUNY New Paltz, which afforded him the opportunity to play with veteran musicians from the Catskills circuit. After graduating in 1996, Flaugher moved to Brooklyn and soon began graduate studies at the Manhattan School of Music. There he met some of New York's top musicians and began his career as a respected sideman.