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Ryan Roxie

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The best way to learn to play guitar is to learn from a pro. Follow along with Ryan Roxie and learn the guitar from the beginning. There’s no need to look for guitar lessons near you when you can have one-on-one music lessons from Ryan Roxie. These guitar classes are for kids or adults. With proven teaching methods, you’ll learn to play some of your favorite classic rock tunes from Alice Cooper, Kiss, Pink Floyd, Queen, and more from the start. Beginner or seasoned player, you’ll get some great tips and tricks from these lessons. Try it now for FREE or click on the other links to explore more options!

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VIP Experience

Imagine a reality where you can hang out with Ryan Roxie and the rest of the band in a relaxed atmosphere before the show. With the 2019 Lost Angels Tour, the package includes photo opportunities with Roxie, Eric Dover, Troy Patrick Farrell, and EJ Curse and much much more. OR how about a private guitar lesson with Roxie himself!?! Check out the Legendary Lessons link. A limited number of spots are available for each experience, so get yours today!

photo: Victor Chalfant

photo: Victor Chalfant

About

Ryan Roxie is an American guitarist, singer/songwriter best known as a Solo Artist and for his guitar work with Alice Cooper, Casablanca and Slash's Snakepit.

Between '94 and '96 Roxie worked with various artists. He provided guitar on Gilby Clarke's albums, Pawnshop GuitarsBloozeThe Hangover and Rubber. Roxie also lent his guitar styling to the un-credited work with Tal Bachman. Roxie's guitar work is displayed on the hit single "She's So High" produced by Bob Rock. Roxie played guitar on James Michael's (from Sixx AM) Inhale release as well. In 2000 Roxie also wrote and recorded on Slash's Snakepit's second album Ain't Life Grand.

In 1997 Roxie joined up with long-time friends drummer Mike Fasano and bassist Will Effertz and created the band Dad's Porno Mag. After Effertz left, guitarist Keri Kelli and bassist Stefan Adika joined. The album was released on Wax-Tone Records. This item is now out of stock but was re-released in 2000 from Robinson Records. Produced by Jim Mitchell of Ugly Kid Joe fame and Mark Schulman (Simple Minds) with additional production by Alex Woltman and friend Gilby Clarke. The album has fourteen tracks and one special hidden track entitled "My Bad Knee" on track 77.

Roxie began working with Alice Cooper in 1996 after a few good words were put in for him by Gilby and a shady character known as 'Bobby from Mates' while proving himself in an audition. He was offered a 'one year tour' playing with Alice. His first show with the Cooper band was at Sammy Hagar's Cabo Wabo club in Cabo San Lucas.

In 2000 Roxie recorded his first studio album with Alice Cooper, Brutal Planet. Through 2000 to 2005 Roxie collaborated with Cooper on several albums including DragontownThe Eyes of Alice Cooper and Dirty Diamonds, co-writing a number of songs on the latter two albums.

 

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