PAUL GILBERT At NAMM; Video Available

Video footage of world-renowned guitar virtuoso Paul Gilbert (MR. BIG, RACER X) performing on Saturday, January 17, 2009 at the Sheraton Park Ballroom in Anaheim, California as part of the 2009 winter NAMM (National Association Of Music Merchants) show can be viewed below. Andy Timmons and his band opened the show, followed by a solo set from Paul Gilbert, before RACER X took the stage. The RACER X lineup consisted of Paul Gilbert, Scott Travis (JUDAS PRIEST), Jeff Martin (BADLANDS, MSG) and John Alderete (THE MARS VOLTA).

Paul Gilbert released the "Silence Followed by A Deafening Roar" album in the U.S. in April 2008 via Shrapnel Records. The CD, which came out in Japan in January 2008, features "11 tracks of my most ferocious, emotional, musical, and creative guitar playing ever," according to Gilbert.


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