Christian King is from Frederick, MD. As a guitar principal and Music Production and Engineering major at Berklee College of Music, he is an extreme gear head, but also has a passion for studio recording, cars, cooking, and making gourmet coffee. Some of Christian's influences include Steve Vai, Eddie Van Halen, Joe Satriani, and Santana. The rock genre is close to his heart, and he enjoys "tasteful melodious awesomeness" mixed with "wailing, psychedelic guitar solos." Christian is one of the DJ's for the flagship show Six Degrees of Rock; tune in from 4-6 PM Eastern Time to hear some great music and entertainment for your day!
Zac DelVecchio was born and raised on Long Island, NY and has had a love of the musical and media arts since he was a child. After picking up the guitar in 2007 he was hooked on the instrument. In 2008 Zac began to build guitars and amplifiers in his spare time working for Ritchie Blackmore's (Deep Purple/Rainbow) guitar tech. He also began to have a career in stage managing where he worked with bands such as Richie Havens, Devon Allman, Jorma Kaukonen (Jefferson Airplane/Hot Tuna) and Savoy Brown. In 2011 he went on to attend the Musicians Institute in Hollywood California.where he received an Associates Degree in guitar performance. It was also in Hollywood where he worked for legendary amp and rack guru Dave Friedman of Tone Merchants/Rack Systems. There he built amp rigs and pedal boards for celebrities like Richie Sambora (Bon Jovi) Justin Derrico (Pink!) Joe Bonamassa, Dave Grohl, Alice in Chains, The Killers, Van Halen and Pete Thorn. Zac Currently attends Berklee College of Music in Boston where he will eventually receive a dual major degree in performance and business. He eventually wishes to be a session player for movies, jingles, TV, Broadway and advertising.
Hugues Bertrand is a French Canadian musician from Montreal. He enjoys an eclectic range of styles of music, from Romantic and 20th century composers through funk, punk, rock and metal.
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