John Cassio: music from a shred planet



News:
29-01-2008:
John Cassio bets you can't play this...

Betcha can't play this - John Cassio



15-11-2007:
The shred planet revolves, spinning licks across the sky...a few land in the shuddering sea, others are trapped on frozen wastes... some are captured on video and posted on YouTube.

Hybrid Shred Blues


14-11-2007:
A loose jam fusion workout as Jon Cassio feels his way over a fusion backing rack

Guitar Crazy Equinox Fusion



12-11-2007:
John Cassio is back this time with a more rock orientated blue funk approach.

Funk Blues Guitar Impro



27-08-2007:
A John Cassio Guitar Example, this time a Dorian mode improv.

Guitar Example Dorian Mode



05-05-2007:
Some very nice hybrid soloing on this improvisation posted by johncassio.

Hybrid crazy solo


18-02-2007:
Giant Steps


16-02-2007:
Someday my prince will come


28-01-2007:
Foot prints


plus old web site design


29-09-2006:
Join John Cassio on MySpace: http://www.myspace.com/johncassio

plus lots of guitar video on YouTube

Shred Planet


see you later


string skipping


arpeggios and tapping


Background:

John Cassio was born in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. He has over 22 years of experience playing guitar. He is currently, the professor of guitar in Rio De Janeiro.

He has been a sesiion player for a nubmer of leading Brazilian artists including, Daniel, Leonardo and Zeze di Camargo and Luciano.

Influences include: Paul gilbert, Yngwie Malmsteen, Richie Kotzen, Frank Gambale, Allan Holdsworth, Joe Pass, Wes Montgomery, George Van Eps, Jim Hall.

He's current rigs consists of: Ibanez Joe Satriani, zoom g2 and zoom gfx 5. Epiphone Joe Pass, Cort CL 1000, violao yamaha apx 10em the Ampli Yamaha Dg 60.
john has released 5 CD's:
shred planet
john cassio
duo
ida e volta com escalas
suite com dependencias

Comments

  1. Hi
    I just found John by chance from a Utube clip of him playing " Over the Rainbow".
    What a beautiful player.
    Wonderful.
    Thanks John
    Barry Watson ( Harmonica)
    Southern England.

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