Colorado musician Jon Gamache plays didgeridoo & guitar simultaneously on his original track “Pray for Powder”
Inspired by didgeridoo / guitar artists such as Xavier Rudd and other musical phenoms from Australia, Colorado musician and powder hound Jon Gamache responds to the youtube community with his original composition “Pray For Powder”.
Winter always proves to be much needed respite that allows musicians to compose new material, decompress from travels and re-organize for the next endeavor… but anxiousness builds in the high Rockies as the best snow of the season is yet to come!
“Pray for Powder”- a self explanatory hopeful call to nature is a high energy response to lingering powder purgatory. Using a didgeridoo made of high altitude Aspen hand crafted by American builder Wes Lewis (firstname.lastname@example.org) in tune with his trusty USA elite ovation guitar, Jon Gamache intertwines the two instruments’ sounds blending them together with an electro-charged creative direction.
With a former Kansas finger style guitar championship under his belt and a third place running for flat picking Jon is no stranger to creative guitar playing. With guitar inspired by American pickers such as Keller Williams and Tony Rice, Jon Gamache’s style rings out both echoes of Australian and American influences.
Cycle breathing at high altitude has its challenges but proved to be a fun stretch of the lungs for this artist during the summer as he honed this song and other originals busking in Breckenridge Colorado. During one of his impromptu street performances Jon Gamache was noticed by director of “Breck Create,” Saam Golgoon, and was gratefully invited to perform at the Breckenridge International Festival of Arts.
This up and coming artist is booking for the spring and summer of 2016 and can be reached by emailing email@example.com . Eclectic musicians who have a good idea of what to do on top of this music are welcome to make contact for collaborative consideration. Also interpretive dancers, fire spinners, hula hoopers feel free to contact.