‘Bumblefoot’ Asian Clinic Tour Announced
We are very proud to announce that our Cort Acoustic Artist Ron ‘Bumblefoot’ Thal will embark on an acoustic clinic tour of select cities in Asia in late-November 2019. The tour’s main focus will be on two Asian countries, South Korea and China, starting in Seoul and concluding in Tianjin.
About the upcoming clinic tour, Ron says:
“There will be plenty of musical and technical ideas that I'm hoping will inspire everyone. Each topic is explained starting from the basics and building up to advanced, so there's something for every level of player. There are many topics we can discuss if enough time - 'mental multitasking' exercises, matching sounds to emotions for shaping the emotions in your music, ways to always hit the right notes and make beautiful melodies. I encourage audience participation and interact; they are welcome to ask many questions.”
Bumblefoot will be touring with his trusty Cort Gold-A6 acoustic guitar that has been with touring and performing with him for many, many years.
As for the tour schedule:
Nov. 22 (FRI) - Seoul, Korea
Freebud Sinchon @ 19:00 | [Admission Info – in Korean]
Nov. 23 (SAT) – Cheonan, Korea
Music Center Store @ 18:30 | [Admission Info – in Korean]
Nov. 28 (THU) – Xiamen, China
Xiamen International Conference & Exhibition Center @ 2pm
Nov. 29 (FRI) – Guangzhou, China
191 Space Music Bar @ 19:00
Nov. 30 (SAT) – Tianjin, China
Wesley Café @ 19:00
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About Bumblefoot -
Ron 'Bumblefoot' Thal is an award-winning vocalist, songwriter, producer and world-renowned guitar virtuoso with over 25 years of releasing music, playing international festivals and headlining tours, and gracing magazine covers as a solo artist.
Bumblefoot is lead singer and guitarist of the legendary progressive rock band Asia and guitarist of progressive rock group Sons of Apollo. Formerly a member of rock groups Art of Anarchy and Guns N' Roses, Bumblefoot toured on sold-out shows all over the world, headlining festivals with crowds up to 150,000.