Steve Morse of Deep Purple works on an art collection created from guitar performances

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DARK PURPLE guitarist Steve Morse collaborated with the Los Angeles art team SceneFour on the creation of performance-based works of art. A revolutionary approach to creating visuals on canvas, each piece in this collection showcases a new dimension of the instrument – a visual dimension.

For more information, visit SteveMorseArt.com.

SceneFour is primarily known as the team responsible for the “rhythm on canvas” medium, having released art collections over the past few years featuring a highly select group of drumming legends, including Bill neighborhood (BLACK SABBATH), Rick Allen (DEF LEPPARD) and david lombardo (KILLER).

SceneFour, a design and branding firm in Los Angeles, uses LED technology to transfer the unique style of musicians onto a canvas. The art would provide a “musical imprint” as unique as an artist’s autograph.

“Each guy’s works are drastically different because their styles and techniques are different,” Cory Danzigerwho co-founded SceneFour in 2004 with Ravi Dosaja graphic designer, told the New York Times.

Bill neighborhoodThe work of is dark and there is a kind of disturbing element, whereas Chad Smith‘sa kind of light and airy feel to his playing. His arms are open and those pieces have a butterfly effect,’ Danziger mentioned.

walrus actually took over Ritchie Blackmoreit is DARK PURPLE slot in 1994 and has since been in the band longer than Ritchie.

In a 1997 interview, Blackmore said about walrus“I’m just glad they [DEEP PURPLE] I found a guitarist to go on because I thought I was going to be chained to this band for the rest of my life. It was like a ball and chain, and luckily they said, “Well, we found someone.” “Thank God I can go out!” »

“I didn’t listen much [to DEEP PURPLE‘s recent recordings]. i just know that Steve Morse [is a] brilliant player. I remember Steve Morse with the DIXIE DREG; they are fantastic.”

walrusSolo’s career has spanned rock, country, funk, jazz, classical and fusion. Having started playing the guitar around the age of 11, he then attended the University of Miami School of Music, where he studied classical guitar and jazz. “Guitarist of the guitarist”, he was elected “Best general guitarist” at the Guitarist Surveyed readers for five consecutive years, before being removed from eligibility to open the award to other musicians and being inducted into their Gallery Of Greats. His work received seven Grammy Award nominations, and he has appeared on more than 200 albums.

DARK PURPLEthe last album of, “Turn to Crime”was released in November via earMUSIC. The LP contains DARK PURPLEversions of rock classics and musical gems, including songs originally recorded by Bob Dylan, MAC FLEETWOOD, Bob Seger, CREAM and COURTYARD BIRDS — chosen carefully by each member of the group.

Due to “a family affair”, walrus will take a temporary break from DARK PURPLE concerts but remains a full member of the group. Steveis the replacement for PURPLEthe next dates of May, June and July 2022 will be guitarist Simon McBridewho has already toured with both Ian Gillan and Don Aireyamong others.

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