Born: November 21, 1992
Los Angeles based guitarist Alex Sill grew up in a musical family and began playing the guitar at the age of 12, listening to artists including Led Zeppelin, Jeff Beck, Van Halen and Mike Oldfield. He was exposed to jazz at an early age through the music of artists like Steely Dan, John Coltrane and Pat Metheny, and developed a love for the genre in high school. When he was 16, Alex received guidance and lessons from world renowned guitar virtuoso Steve Vai. Vai was impressed with Alex's natural guitar talent as well as his level of technical and aural facility for his age. Alex's influences include Lyle Mays, Pat Metheny, Steely Dan, Guthrie Govan, Kurt Rosenwinkel, John Coltrane, Chick Corea, Charles Altura, Jonathan Kreisberg, Keith Jarrett and Steve Vai. ...
Alex Sill's guitar flights showed poise and bouncy imagination. - MetalJazz.com
This first album from the Trifield Guitar Project is a nice mix of classical & jazz played by 3 excellent newcomers to the guitar world. These compositions highlight their individual and group versatility. I heard the Trifield Guitar Project performance at the 2013 Crown Of The Continent Workshop & Festival in Big Fork, Montana...
LocationWest Hills, CA
Willing to teachBeginners
Credentials/BackgroundAlex is currently a student at California Institute of The Arts. He is willing to teach beginning, intermediate and advanced players. Rates start as low as $20 an hour. Contact this email address if you're interested in lessons in the Los Angles area: firstname.lastname@example.org