The guitar work of Brian Setzer has won plaudits from a vast array of musicians. Guitar Method in the Style of Brian Setzer movie His inimitable playing style is a tough one to replicate, but in this instructional release renowned guitar tutor Curt Mitchell presents an easy to follow guide.
One-on-one lesson with Brian Setzer of Stray Cats! Brian shows you a whole range of Rockabilly, Blues, Jazz, and Country licks and tricks including wild stringbending techniques, slap-echo effects, Jazz and Swing Guitar styles and some really hot solos that he breaks right down for you. Brian Setzer makes learning fun, so you’ll really enjoy this session!
Learn five Brian Setzer tracks note for note with Stuart Bull! This superb DVD will teach you five classic tracks from this legendary Rockabilly guitarist… learn every riff and solo note for note! Tracks include Stray Cat Strut, Rock This Town, Runaway Boys, Built For Speed and Rumble In Brighton.
The Brian Setzer Orchestra (sometimes known by its initials BSO) is a swing and jump blues band formed in 1990 by Stray Cats frontman Brian Setzer. The group covered Louis Prima's "Jump Jive an' Wail", which appeared on Prima's 1957 album The Wildest!. The BSO's follow up single was "Gettin' In the Mood."
After the Stray Cats broke up for the first of several times in 1984, guitarist and frontman Brian Setzer seemed determined to prove he could do a lot more than make like Eddie Cochran, and his first solo set was 1986's surprisingly ambitious The Knife Feels Like Justice…