Curtis | Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish

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Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish

by Curtis

Genre Bending Guitar Driven Rock with Shades of Jazz, Blues, and Surf; with a Common Theme: Great Tunes, virtuosity, and Soulful Playing.
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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“Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish” is a modern Rock-Jazz Fusion tune with great playing, great tones and a happening groove. The title is a reference to a quote made by Steve Jobs in his 2005 Stanford Commencement Address; it is a great read check it out.

Curtis Fornadley – guitar
Rob Chismar – drums
Dennis McGarry – bass
Ken Joseph – organ

Mixed by Ronan Chris Murphy
Mastered by: Stephen Marsh

“There are two types of music: music I like and music I don’t like”. This genre inclusive approach has exposed Curtis to an ocean of music. Distilled over time, this wide variety of influences has emerged and helped shape his unique musical voice. The primary vehicle of his musical expression is the guitar. Starting on classical guitar at the age of 11, Curtis has spent his life dedicated to learning, creating and pushing the boundaries of the guitar and his music. To the new listener his guitar driven music sounds like Rock but quickly the currents of Jazz, Blues, Surf, and Country can be heard along with the common thread that ties them all together: great melodies, virtuosity, and soulful playing.

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