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Cliff Lynton: A Tribute to Robben Ford & Larry Carlton

Thursday 19 October 7.00pm

Cliff Lynton:

“It is with great pleasure to announce that I will be bringing my “Tribute to Robben Ford & Larry Carlton” show to The Ellington. They have been of great influence to me and many other guitarists over the years. Room 335, Talk to your daughter to mention just a few that I will be performing on the night including new original compositions and arrangements.

Stepping up to the stage for this musical sojourn are some of the finest musicians in the country.
Mike Nelson – Keys, Simon Styles – Sax, Pete Jeavons – Bass and Daniel Susnjar – Drums.
I look forward to creating a night of entertaining and enigmatic music, covering many styles and genres.” 
Cliff Lynton has toured extensively throughout Australia, UK and Europe; among many gigs has had the privilege of performing at the legendary Ronnie Scotts Jazz club in London.

Recording at the legendary Pye studios in London where Hendrix, Pink Floyd, Jimmy Page, Deep Purple, Chuck Berry & the Who recorded.

As guitarist for the original fusion band Manteca, recorded live to air 10 TV episodes for ABC including 2 albums.

Won best movie soundtrack at FTI awards for animated movie.

Guitar clinician for Fender, Gibson, Paul Reed Smith, Ibanez, Boss and TC Electronics.

As a regularly in demand session guitarist, Cliff has recorded for many International and National artists and performed on numerous Albums and TV/radio jingles and documentaries inc Surfing the Menu. The first guitarist in the world to play on an International released Nintendo game.

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