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Christian Vegh Signs with RL Recordings

ANNOUNCING THE 2018 WEA NOMINEES FOR ART LEADERSHIP AWARDS AND ARTS GRANTS, Christian Vegh, who was raised in LaSalle, will return to town for only one show this year; Friday, June 8 at the LaSalle 2018 Strawberry Festival!

Local Musician Christian Vegh Signs with RL Recordings – Universal Music Group

Christian Vegh has been referred to as a “guitar god”  the “type of young artist that will shape Canadian music for the next 50 years” and the “hottest young guitar player in the nation”.  This award-winning recent graduate of the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston has just signed with RL Recordings-Universal Music Group.

Christian says he is looking forward to working with RL Recordings-Universal Group “they have a great reputation for artist development and are genuinely passionate about the music” he adds “ I am excited and honoured to sign with this label and look forward to working with them”. Christian will be releasing his new EP featuring rock song “I think I’m Gonna Die Young’ at the end summer and touring in the fall.

Christian collaborated on many projects including an internship with Warren Huart (Producer for Aerosmith) in LA and Nashville; writing and performing for You-tube giant Spectre Media Group in Germany and LA. His music from “Can you play Metal on a Telecaster?” was featured in Guitar World and Guitar Player & Ultimate Guitar Magazines receiving millions of views.

Christian has recorded his original songs with players like Tony Franklin (The Firm), Greg D’Angelo (White Lion), Gregg Bissonette Ringo Star All-star Band, Matt Bissonette (Elton John), Matt Starr (Mr. Bigg), and worked with producers Warren Huart (Aerosmith),  Stacy Heydon (David Bowie) and Marty Bak (SLR Studios).

He will also be scoring a movie with Ziad Hamzeh who has worked on over 60 movies and won over 40 awards for movies and plays.

Vegh was honored to represent the U.S. in a video from the Netherlands with some of the top guitarists from around the globe.

He has shared the stage with Robyn Ford, Steve Vai, Scott Holt and Suzie McNeal and performed at NAAM – California and Nashville, Musikmesse – Germany, Berklee Performance Center – Boston, International Music Festival New York, Detroit River Walk Festival, Windsor Bluesfest, Motor City Muscle Hart Plaza, Royal Oak Arts Beats and Eats, International Children’s Games, BB Kings, Nashville Civic Center, Sonny Rhodes Induction into the Canadian Blues Hall of Fame, Hugh’s Room Toronto, Harvest Festival New Hampshire, Caesars Windsor and headlined Passport to the World.

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