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Dan Sistos

Dan Sistos is a prolific and sought after session and touring musician in the United States. He has played with some of the biggest names in the business, such as Christina Aguilera and Toni Braxton. He has performed on major radio stations and on network television on such well-known shows as The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, the Late Show with David Letterman, Good Morning America and the American Music Awards. Dan was also the featured guitarist on the blockbuster video game, Assassin's Creed Brotherhood.

Dan's debut CD,“In the Midnight Hours,” received rave reviews in music publications, and has been excitedly lauded by his fans. 20th Century Guitar Magazine hailed him a “Spanish guitar master” while Black Label Reviews declared him “the Carlos Santana for the next generation.” He was even nominated for Instrumental Artist of the Year at the Los Angeles Music Awards.

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The 2008 CD from Spanish guitar master Dan Sistos is a work of guitar art to be appreciated by Flamenco and World Beat music fans. Recorded in L.A., In The Midnight Hours features Sistos superbly recorded in the studio backed up by a full band including bass, drums, piano with several cuts adding in a full string section. While most of the cuts are deep in the modern Flamenco tradition, several others with orchestral backing veer off into a lush, atmospheric, instrumental groove blending orchestral/classical guitar based New Age. In addition to Dan’s skillful guitar playing and composing, In The Midnight Hours benefits from the inventive string and horn arrangements of Arturo Solar.

-Robert Silverstein - 20th Century Guitar Magazine

Sassy percussion and guitar movement immediately draw in its listener on In The Midnight Hours

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