August 29, 2021
August 29, 2021
Exclusive live music event at Bogies with The Carl Verheyen Band before their west coast tour. Two show times: 6pm & 8pm.
6PM Show Tickets Click Here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/carl-verheyen-band-tickets-163111265185
8PM Show Tickets Click Here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/carl-verheyen-band-8pm-tickets-163115582097
About this event
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SUNDAY | AUGUST 29TH, 2021 | 6:00pm |
Music Night at Bogies | Carl Verheyen (ticket $20) **two drink minimum required with ticket purchase**
NOTE: There are TWO shows on this date. This ticket is for 6:00PM only. Dining available inside venue during show and on patio prior to show. Bogies opens at 5:00pm. Seating begins at 5:30pm.
ABOUT THE BAND
“One of the Top 10 Guitar Players in the World” Guitar Magazine
“One of the Top 100 Guitarists of All Time” Classic Rock Magazine
In his 50-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 14 CDs and 2 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 30 years, playing on hundreds of records, movie soundtracks and television shows. Verheyen 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. The CVB tours all over the world and continues to draw fans on the festival circuit as well as theaters and clubs.
A much Sought after studio musician, Carl plays on other artists’ CDs whenever his busy schedule permits. He has recorded and played with a virtual who’s who of the music industry. His vast collection of movie soundtrack and television credits is enviable. Carl was heard by 67,000,000 people as a featured soloist at the 2009 Academy Awards. He is also heavily featured in the film documentary about the electric guitar, Turn It Up!
On the educational front, Carl has produced two instructional videos called Intervallic Rock Guitar and Forward Motion as well as eight on-line master classes for Truefire. He also has a book/CD detailing his unique “intervallic” style called Improvising without Scales. Another book entitled Studio City is a compilation of all the columns Carl wrote for Guitar Magazine between 1996 and 1999, and his recently released Songbook is a detailed look into his unique and guitar-centered writing style. He has written a monthly column for Chitarre, Italy’s #1 guitar publication as well as Guitar and Bass Magazine in both Germany and France and Guitar Techniques in the UK. He wrote monthly columns four years in a row for Guitar Player Magazine and occasionally contributes to other guitar publications like Vintage Guitar and Guitar World. Carl has taught private guitar lessons to John Fogarty, members of System of a Down and Maroon 5 and conducted master classes all over the world.
* “Best Guitarist 1998” LA Music Awards
Nominated for a Grammy for Best Jazz Solo for “A Few Good Men” on Gordon Goodwin’s Big Phat Band CD
DAVE MAROTTA 4 & 5 string bass, fretless bass and piccolo bass
Dave Marotta was born into a musical family in Monterey, California. His father was a musician and owned the premiere music store, ABC Music, on the Central Coast. From the age of five, Dave played classical guitar and studied with the many fine musicians that frequented his dad’s music store. At age 12, he attended the Monterey Pop Festival and was drawn to the bass playing of Noel Redding from Jimi Hendrix' band. Shortly thereafter, Dave picked up a bass from his dad's store and has been playing the instrument exclusively since that time.
Upon completing two years of music studies at Monterey Peninsula College, Dave moved to Los Angeles where he has been a fixture on the LA studio scene performing on records and jingles, for movies and television productions. Dave is also actively involved in music production as well as contracting musicians for recording sessions.
He has toured and recorded with artists such as B.B. King, Phil Collins, Burt Bacharach, Gino Vannelli, Manhattan Transfer, Bruce Hornsby, David Benoit and many others. During the last few years, projects have included working on Colbie Callaits' debut platinum-selling album, Coco, on Universal-Republic and Kenny Loggins’ release, How About Now, plus the movies What Happens In Vegas and Wild Hogs. He recently performed as a guest bassist for the Band From TV featuring actresses Terri Hatcher and Bonnie Somerfield, and actors Greg Grunberg and James Denton.
He also conducts bass seminars and music workshops for colleges, music schools and musical instrument manufacturers.
BERNIE DRESEL Drums and Percussion
Bernie Dresel has been one of the busiest studio and live musicians in the world as both a drummer and percussionist since moving to Los Angeles in 1983 after graduating from the prestigious Eastman School of Music. He has traveled the world, occupying the coveted drum chair for Grammy Award-winning Gordon Goodwin's Big Phat Band since its inception in 1999. And also, for an overlapping 15 years (1992 to 2006), he was the drummer for the multi-Grammy Award-winning Brian Setzer Orchestra, selling close to 4 million records. Bernie played on 3 of Carl Verheyen’s records and toured with the CVB for 4 years. Modern Drummer magazine’s readers’ poll named Bernie “Best Big Band Drummer” and Drum! Magazine has put him on their list of “53 Drummers Who Made a Difference in the ’90s” as well as honoring him with a Drummie® for Best Big Band Drummer. But besides busy….Bernie Dresel is exciting to watch and his fans never miss a performance!
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