JOE SATRIANI: Ninth Tour Video Podcast Posted Online

Legendary guitarist Joe Satriani has posted the ninth in a series of weekly video podcasts from the road. Check it out at this location.

Satriani released his 13th solo album "Professor Satchafunkilus and the Musterion of Rock" on April 1.

"Professor Satchafunkilus" was produced through the creative envisioning of Satriani and John Cuniberti; guiding the musical talents of longtime drummer/percussionist Jeff Campitelli and renowned bassist Matt Bissonette. A special addition to the album's artist list is Joe's own son, ZZ Satriani, playing the tenor sax.

Last year marked the 20th anniversary of his groundbreaking album "Surfing with the Alien" and was commemorated with new expanded edition in a meticulously restored two-disc set including the newly remastered album and a never-before-seen live show filmed at the Montreux Jazz Festival in 1988.

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