Jeff Loomis (ex-NEVERMORE), 15 Kasım Perşembe gecesi Easternbull Entertainment organizasyonuyla DORE Müzik ve SCHECTER Gitarları sponsorluğunda Türkiye’deki ilk solo konserini vermek üzere Jolly Joker Istanbul’da!
Jeff Loomis, kariyerine hızlı bir giriş yaptı. Henüz 16 yaşındayken Megadeth’in gitaristi olmak için elemelere giren ve sadece yaşı yüzünden kabul edilemeyen gitarist, 1994’te progressive metal devi Nevermore’a katıldı. Grupla birlikte 8 albüm ve 1 ep yayınlayan Jeff, kısa sürede grubun omurgası
Solo olarak 2008’de “Zero Order Phase” ve 2012’de “Plains Of Oblivion” adlı albümleri yayınlayan Jeff Loomis’in son albümünde yer alan konukları arasında Marty Friedman (ex-Megadeth), Tony MacAlpine, Chris Poland (ex-Megadeth), Ihsahn (Emperor) ve Attila Vörös bulunuyor.
KAPI AÇILIŞ: 21.00
Bilet Satis Noktalari:
DORE MUSIC TUNEL MAGAZASI, BEYOGLU
Normal satış – 50 TL
Kapı satışı – 60 TL
Balkon – 100 TL
* Jolly Joker Istanbul’un balkon kısmında konseri oturarak izleme olanağı olup bu kısmın ayrı barı, tuvaleti ve sigara içme alanı bulunmaktadır. Biletix satışında bu alanın ismi VIP olarak geçmektedir. Bu bileti alanların oturacakları masa için rezervasyon yaptırma seçeneği bulunmaktadır.
* Etkinlikte 18 yaş sınırı vardır.
Former Nevermore and Sanctuary member, one of metal’s most influential guitar players Jeff Loomis is heading to Turkey for his first ever solo performance in the country. The concert is promoted by Easternbull Entertainment and will take place at Jolly Joker Istanbul on November 15th, Thursday.
Jeff Loomis made his first impact upon the metal world when, at the ripe old age of sixteen, he auditioned to be the new lead guitar player for the legendary Megadeth. Although Dave Mustaine ultimately decided that Loomis was too young to join the band, he was so impressed with Loomis’ abilities that he brought the guitarist to the attention of Sanctuary, who were themselves looking for a new six stringer. When Sanctuary disbanded two years later, Loomis teamed up his bandmates Warrel Dane and Jim Shepard to form Nevermore. He went on to write and record seven studio albums with that band, creating some of the most memorable riffs of the late twentieth and early twenty-first century.
Already one of the most lauded and influential guitarists of his generation, Jeff Loomis has forever left his mark on the face of metal – AGAIN – when Century Media released his new epic, Plains of Oblivion, in April 2012.
Produced and mixed by Aaron Smith (7 Horns 7 Eyes) and mastered by Jens Bogren (Opeth, Amon Amarth), the ten-track Plains of Oblivion is a wholly diverse work that finds Loomis pushing his abilities to new heights that even his most ardent admirers could never have predicted. From the unrelenting, pulsating aural skydive that is “Mercurial,” to the soaring, anthemic arena rock of “Chosen Time;” from the groovy, dreamy “Continuum Drift,” to the predatory, raw “Surrender;” from the melancholic, aching, acoustic “Rapture,” to the chunky, heavy-as-bricks “Sibylline Origin” – no two tracks are alike on Plains of Oblivion, and Loomis never settles for the same old same old.
Ever-aware that to be the best you have to work with the best, Loomis has enlisted a truly staggering list of guest musicians to help him with his latest creative endeavor, including vocalists Ihsahn (Emperor) and Christine Rhoades, guitarists Marty Friedman (Megadeth, Cacophony), Tony MacAlpine (Steve Vai, Planet X), and Attila Vörös (Nevermore), and drummer Dirk Verbeuren (Soilwork, Scarve). Plains of Oblivion also features bass by Shane Lentz, an impressive new talent that Loomis discovered via a series of videos
Lentz had uploaded to YouTube.
Tickets are on sale at http://www.biletix.com/