Dean Markley USA has announced a meet and greet opportunity with Orianthi at 12:00PM on January 25th, at booth # 2710 during this year’s National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) show.
Australian guitarist Orianthi has already experienced what most aspiring musicians only dream of. She’s opened for Steve Vai, backed Carrie Underwood, traded solos with a Carlos Santana, and shared the stage with the King of Pop, Michael Jackson.
Before she received the call from the King of Pop, Orianthi had already been hard at work on her upcoming album, Believe, on which she sings, writes, and leads her own band. She packs a modern girl-power punch into every turn of phrase, but it’s the shredding that takes her brand of rock to an entirely new level. Songs like Suffocated and Think Like A Man are rock anthems. Her most recent album release is titled Fire.
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