Archive for August 10th, 2009

Noel Webb – Give It All

That guitarists are fans of Jimi Hendrix is a common thing, but that a violin player is a disciple of this guitar hero, is somehow unusual. We are talking about the violinist Noel Webb who discovered new directions of music.

Beside his live as an actor (General Hospital, Mad About You, FBI-Untold Stories, etc), and as a writer of film scores (History of Violence, Butterfly Effect, 2 Fast 2 Furious, Seabiscuit, etc.), he is also a passionate musician. Webb performed with blues legend John Hammond, John Coltrane’s band, Grover Washington, Jr. and rock icons like Blood, Sweat and Tears, The Tubes and REO Speedwagon.

His previous solo projects are Satin Sheets (2000), The Soul Of (2003) and the single The Big Bang (2007).

His new album Give It All (2009) offers only five tracks. Noel explains: “I really wanted to create something that was easily accessible for fans, yet reflected the intensity of my live performances. There isn’t any filler in this CD. All five songs are rock solid as a collection, yet each one is packed with enough energy to stand alone as a single download. Fans are demanding better quality for their money and I intend to give it to them.”

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