Ghost Stroke
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Ghost Stroke

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"Ghost Stroke"

With only a handful of live performances to date, local act Ghost Stroke is already making waves. The quartet comes fully equipped with a seasoned vocalist, a Berkelee alum guitarist, a Warner Bros. veteran as a bassist and a drummer with a Ringo Starr style. Influenced by artists like Tom Petty, Jimi Hendrix and Sting, the boys have for getting the audience to sing along to their candid lyrics and mellow beats. Just ask the Alligator Alley regulars who caught their show last month. - Miami New Times

"Ghost Stroke hits its stride"

Ghost Stroke is getting out of the studio and onto the stage. Clubgoers can expect to see a lot of the indie power rockers from Hollywood in the coming weeks. The band is furiously lining up gigs to promote it's debut 13-song CD, Guitar and Gun, due to drop this spring. The group is eager is to jump back on stage, getting crowds moving with it's trademark high-energy shows. Although the 2-year-old band took it's name from the musical term for a lightly-played drum stroke, drummer Jaime La Sala said, "We're big and loud". - Sun-Sentinel


Guitar and A Gun, LP - 2008. Currently receiving international airplay



Take a vocalist influenced by Tom Petty, Joni Mitchell and Billy Corgan - add a guitarist trained at Berklee School of Music and influenced by Alex Lifeson, Jimi Hendrix and Pat Metheny - throw in a former Warner Brothers recording bassist influenced by Paul McCartney, Sting and Flea -complete the line-up with a drummer possessing the power and taste of John Bonham, Ringo Starr and Gene Krupa. The end result is Ghost Stroke.