Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Artists & Music' started by The Ratchet, Apr 27, 2012.
Images, words, music , all welcome here.
"Beat It" solo
I wonder if back in 1982, Paul Reed Smith ever imagined that almost 30 years later, a guitar he created would be on a stage, playing Beat It, with Michael Jackson, and a beautiful talented woman tearing it up on a PRS fretboard.
Beat It Solo - Orianthi Panagaris
She's great, I just wish she would tour more on her solo stuff.
I'm definitely not in her demographic but I have one of her CDs. She plays and sings well and comes off as a good person who respects her fans. She sets a good example for younger women who want to perform. She does not need to run around the stage in her undies to get attention.
You say that like it's a bad thing......
Orianthi? Pfft! She's stuck up...
She hasn't responded to any of the 1,742 e-mails I've sent her...
What, you say that's excessive? Really? So I guess that restraining order was real? I though that she was just playing hard to get... Uh-Oh...
Yeah we are really proud of the lil blonde from Smalltown, Sth Australia!
I saw her open for John Mayer a couple years ago... (Get your mind out of the gutter!) :lol:
She was great live and her sound throught the EVH half stack sounded really ballsy! Theres a song called 'Driveaway' or something like that which I really enjoyed. She backed the gain off a bit and let rip with some nice bluesy licks!
The Orianthi SE looks like a pretty cool guitar for the money too!
Orianthi guitar, Carrie Underwood legs and vocals.
Great tone, great solo.
I like her - every interview she's friendly, articulate, smart and funny. I like her playing and my band covers one of her songs that I don't hate playing. Nothing wrong with any of it.
I like her playing, but the CD that she made with her own music did not make that much of an impression tbh.
:lol: That made my day.
There is always Taylor Momsen, I'm not going to post photos, this is an "All ages" board.
The new one looks much better. The original one looked with Dorothy's shoes from Wizard of Oz. My wife wants the new one, my daughter still wants the sparkly one.
I'd sell you my red sparkly one, but alas - Orianthi signed it, in blood, on the Alice Cooper tour. Now we are connected forever. My shrine is complete. :mrgreen:
Exactly - it's pop music..... BUT powered by Engl's with tapping solos haha :lol: