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Charlie Fabert became a guitar addict when he was 13 years old after listening to Led Zep’s “Stairway to Heaven”. He exchanged all his toys against a 75 € unnamed Les Paul guitar copy and spent the following two years practicing the instrument 8 hours a day. The Charlie Fabert Blues Band was formed In 2005 and Charlie played with luminaries such as Joe Gooch (Ten Years After 2003-2014), Kate Cassidy, Aziz Sahmaoui (ex-Joe Zawinul Syndicate), Sally Strawberry and especially Paul Cox with whom he recorded the album “That’s What We Were Born For”. Later on, Charlie also collaborated with Roger Cotton (keyboards for Peter Green), Alan Glen (guitarist with The Yardbirds and Docteur Feelgood), Micky Moody (Whitesnake), Bobby Tench (singer with the Jeff Beck Group) and Bill Hurley (The Inmates). In 2012, he is selected to take part in the International Blues Challenge in Memphis Tennessee with his friend the guitar wizard Fred Chapellier. Rosedale was born in 2016 and their first album “Long Way to Go” was mixed in Nashville by the Grammy nominated John Rausch

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Charlie Fabert became a guitar addict when he was 13 years old after listening to Led Zep’s “Stairway to Heaven”. He exchanged all his toys against a 75 € unnamed Les Paul guitar copy and spent the following two years practicing the instrument 8 hours a day. The Charlie Fabert Blues Band was formed In 2005 and Charlie played with luminaries such as Joe Gooch (Ten Years After 2003-2014), Kate Cassidy, Aziz Sahmaoui (ex-Joe Zawinul Syndicate), Sally Strawberry and especially Paul Cox with whom he recorded the album “That’s What We Were Born For”. Later on, Charlie also collaborated with Roger Cotton (keyboards for Peter Green), Alan Glen (guitarist with The Yardbirds and Docteur Feelgood), Micky Moody (Whitesnake), Bobby Tench (singer with the Jeff Beck Group) and Bill Hurley (The Inmates). In 2012, he is selected to take part in the International Blues Challenge in Memphis Tennessee with his friend the guitar wizard Fred Chapellier. Rosedale was born in 2016 and their first album “Long Way to Go” was mixed in Nashville by the Grammy nominated John Rausch
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