"Metal's Darkside" conducted an interview with ANGRA guitarist Kiko Loureiro during this year's winter NAMM (National Association of Music Merchants) show, which was held January 17-20 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California. Watch the footage at this location (Quicktime required).Kiko Loureiro has risen to international acclaim and stardom by being the lead guitarist of the world-renowned Brazilian rock group ANGRA. Currently, he has two solo projects: "No Gravity" and his latest jazz guitar release "Universo Inverso". Kiko Loureiro was voted the #1 progressive/metal player in the world by readers' polls in two of Japan's most popular guitar magazines: Young Guitar and Burrn!!!. He beat out guitar gods Steve Vai, Eddie Van Halen, Joe Satriani, Yngwie Malmsteen, Paul Gilbert, John Petrucci and a host of others to receive this honor.
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