Modern Guitar Music Deluxe


Bernd Voss

BERND VOSS is one of the most requested german studio musicians, a man with a profound background both in pop and classical music. He has made his mark not only through his session work for the likes of Dionne Warwick, Bonnie Tyler, Umberto Tozzi and others, but also as a member of Germany´s distinguished fusion band CODERA.

The guitar style of VOSS has been influenced by Mark Knopfler, George Benson, Eric Clapton, Robben Ford and Larry Carlton, but the man from Bremen is far to talented and musically ambitious to merely copy or emulate other peole´s achievements. So the music VOSS offers now is delivered with an unmistakable very personal touch and on a level with the likes of Joe Satriani or Hiram Bullock, ­modern guitar music de luxe.

Whilst still studying at the Konservatorium Bremen and the Musikhochschule Hamburg VOSS was at the tender age of 17 already getting studio work at radio stations in Northern Germany. Today VOSS is a much sought after guitar player both in the studio and on stage with major international recording artists such as Dionne Warwick, Bonnie Tyler, Errol Brown, Umberto Tozzi as well as the Rundfunksinfonieorchester des NDR and a great many renowned German artists.

Although popular and classical music take up most of his professional time VOSS has always managed to fit in - what for him has become an essential vent for creativity - Instrumental Music. With a number of highly regarded instrumental projects behind him (CODERA, DECEBAL BALIDA, CHRISTOPHER DEAN, DAVID SCOTT). In his 15 years in Andalucía, the cradle of Flamenco, he has been recording with the most successful artists of Nuevo Flamenco like: Miguel Rios, Luis Fonsi, Valderrama, Maria Jimenez, Jose el Frances, Ecos del Rocío, Los del Río, Alba Molina, Papa Levante, Soles....and has been playing TV Shows like "El Programa De Carlos Herrera" for TVE y "Contigo" for Canal Sur and Andalucía TV. Recently he has been arranging and producing for new spanish artists like FERNANDO ARDUAN, ALEX ORTIZ and ROBIN.