Carl Verheyen Band: Supertramp Guitarist With Cameron Morgan
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The last date listed for Carl Verheyen Band was Sunday June 10, 2012 / 8:00pm.
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In his 40-plus years of playing the instrument, Carl has created a wildly successful, multi-faceted career. He is a critically-acclaimed musician, vocalist, songwriter, arranger, producer and educator with 11 CDs and two live DVDs released worldwide. Carl is commonly regarded as a guitar virtuoso capable of playing any style of music with remarkable mastery and conviction. He has been one of LA’s elite “first call” session players for the past 25 years, playing on hundreds of records, movie soundtracks and television shows. Carl has graced the pages of countless industry publications and been the subject of numerous articles chronicling his rise to the forefront of the modern day guitar scene. Carl has won numerous polls and musical honors in the US, Germany, France, Italy and the UK.
A member of the smash hit British rock group Supertramp since 1985, Carl has played to millions of enthusiastic fans in sold out arenas worldwide. As the creative force behind The Carl Verheyen Band, he has released an impressive and eclectic discography that showcases his endless talents across a wide array of musical genres.
Cameron Morgan is a singer/songwriter, virtuoso guitarist, multi-instrumentalist and composer. His propensity for reverb drenched psychedelic rock informed his early musical development even as he completed a B.M. in Jazz Studies from the University of North Texas in 1998. Soon after, Cameron took his improvisational style (steeped in alternate tunings and odd-time signatures) on the road – first New York then Los Angeles. In 2008, he relocated to Portland, Oregon.
Layering and looping with vocals and guitar, Cameron’s performances are in essence, improvisational performance set to melody-driven songwriting. His vocal style has been compared to David Byrne; multi-instrumentation to Jon Brion; and songwriting to Jeff Buckley.