BB’s double progressive concept album “Scenes From The Flood” featuring Joe Satriani, John Petrucci, Guthrie Govan. Mike Keneally, Ray Hearne (Haken), Gene Hoglan (Dethklok) and more – now available on 2CD and 2LP vinyl in the Shop!

BB is currently #stayinghome due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation. Joe Satriani and Aristocrats tours are in the process of being postponed/rescheduled. Watch the LIVE page for details.  For remote recording sessions and lessons, you can reach him using the CONTACT page. Thanks and stay safe!

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KENEALLY'ING IT UP: Everything Mike says below about this wonderfully bizarre piece of music. But just wait for the ending. 😉 ... See MoreSee Less

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BABY GOAT TIMELINE CLEANSER. The hero we both need *and* deserve. ... See MoreSee Less

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THE CONTENT WE NEED RIGHT NOW: Dethklok + Mastodon + Municipal Waste + Die Hard + Rocky + Lethal Weapon? Covering King Diamond's "No Presents Until Christmas"? Yes, we need this, and deserve this. Especially today. Also the holiday season has officially begun. I can already hear Brendon Small saying "you're welcome". ... See MoreSee Less

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CONRAD ST. CLAIR’S FREAK SHOW: In another installment of a continuing “who’s really taking lessons from whom here?” series, Conrad St. Clair is back for your mind-blowing pleasure. This time he masters the impossible hammer-on/pull-off ascending licks from Steve Vai’s “Freak Show Excess”. Even when I was playing it every night, I wasn’t nailing it this smoothly. But then he goes a step further and plays **some of Steve’s guitar solo** on bass. I mean, WTFF?! In all seriousness, amazing work. Follow him, and his stylistically unpredictable but always-deeply-grooving band Kicksville!

And if you feel up to tackling some of this crazy stuff (or any of the stranger tunes in my back catalog) in a Skype lesson, just let me know. I know a guy. 😉
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THREE YEARS AGO TODAY: I took this picture with an iPhone on a hiking trail near my house. It ended up as the cover shot for "Scenes From The Flood", an album about disillusionment, and human nature confronting hard, unrelenting realities. A lot has happened since then.

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