Born in America, raised in Israel, and nurtured on heavy metal, Ethan Brosh is one of the greatest young guitarists you’ve likely never heard of. An alumnus of the Berklee College of Music, Brosh now teaches at the prestigious school, when he’s not busy playing or recording.
If it’s six-string pyrotechnics that you crave, then you simply have to attend one of the upcoming shows that will feature Brosh, and one of the genre’s most renowned and respected figures, Yngwie Malmsteen. The tour will take in 25 cities in the US and Canada, and is sure to introduce Brosh to a whole new legion of fans. This week, Brosh checked in from the fourth date on the tour to bring us up to date on his new album and his band Burning Heat.
“Live the Dream” is his second all-instrumental album overall. It was mixed by Max Norman (Ozzy, Megadeth), and features the talents of world-class bassist Dave Ellefson, as well as the mastering of Bob Ludwig (Bon Jovi, Def Leppard, Iron Maiden), and an album cover painting by Joe Petagno (Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd).
Ethan will also feature the other band he’s a part of, Burning Heat on their first national tour on the second half of the Yngwie tour. Burning Heat is a melodic Rock N Roll band sure to raise interest in music lovers who miss well written songs with big choruses and great playing.
It’s not often that two incredibly talented heavy metal guitarists unite and tour together. This spring, metalheads will get the opportunity to enjoy an evening of amazing guitar playing, when Ethan Brosh and Yngwie Malmsteen hit the road together.
Check out our chat from the road below: