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Greg Howe

Easton, PA's Greg Howe was a breath of fresh air amidst the seemingly never-ending stream of harmonic minor guitar virtuosos pouring forth from the Shrapnel Records label in the late '80s. While other post-Yngwie Malmsteen players of the "shred guitar" genre were pursuing the dramatic neo-classical vein, Howe brought a sense of funk and groove to the table that was sorely needed. Howe paid his dues playing the Easton/Allentown club circuit in the '80s with the band Duke, featuring his brother Al on lead vocals. When one of his instrumental demos grabbed the ear of talent scout and Shrapnel Records owner Mike Varney, Howe was signed to the Shrapnel label in 1987.

His all-instrumental debut, Greg Howe, featuring the talents of Billy Sheehan and Atma Anur on bass and drums, respectively, was released in 1988, to considerable acclaim. Howe's second album, High Gear, released under the moniker Howe 2, was less a solo album than a Van Halen-styled band effort, featuring his brother Al Howe on lead vocals. The band broke up after releasing its more commercially minded follow-up, Now Hear This, in 1990 and Greg Howe returned to making all-instrumental albums in his home studio, taking a decidedly more fusion-styled direction.

Howe released Introspection in 1993 and Uncertain Terms in 1994 and has continued to produce albums at a prolific rate since then. Aside from releasing Parallax and Five in 1995 and 1996, respectively, Howe collaborated with fellow Pennsylvania virtuoso and Shrapnel labelmate Richie Kotzen on the Tilt album in 1995 and again on 1997's Richie Kotzen/Greg Howe Project. His last Shrapnel album, Ascend, was released in 1999, followed by his debut on the Tone Center label, Hyperacuity, released in 2000.

Outside of his solo career, Greg Howe is also a sought-after sideman who has toured with the likes of Michael Jackson and N'Sync. ~ Andy Hinds, Rovi
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Hard to believe he's underated not simply a clone. Another forgotten soulful monster is Joey Tafolla.
dkoproski
I saw Howe in a little bar in Westport,CT in 1989 and the show rocked!! One of the most underrated axe men around.
souya tas ma gent ta ma gesta whooooo doA.
This guy is a gift to all guitar players. When you hear him. Its hard to find things you don't like about him. Goodness
there is no one better& few who reach this level,,,very few
thank the powers that be for GREG HOWE.
Greg is the baddest mfer on the planet currently stinging 6 strings! Nobody has as deadly a skill set of chops, rhythm, soul, with great songwriting as Mr. Howe! I would put his Introspectio n and Extraction albums up against any modern fusion records!
Toner like toneristoner
never heard Howe on acoustic before....Or d e r of Dawn..nice.. .
still burning n still refreshing haha
BURNS n is refreshing.
More Holdsworth than Scofield any day. Greg is my new favorite blister master. He combines taste and talent in a very rare way. Better than most of my heroes from the past. He is going in the same direction at times as Liquid Tension
I like the way he grooves.
dig the bass playing i didint realize it was victor wooten-lk this guitarist i have heard several tunes by him now - reminds me of john scofield or - holdsworth.
I love the funk Howe has, but also has an awesome pick attack!!!
SWEETNESS !!!
mtdodge1
larry coreyell started this style in the 70's, check him out.
Pure quality! A God!
Yea this guy is a breath of fresh air indeed. really fast scales with a little funkness but without sacrificing the shred.
very introspectiv e
14739578
Love the sound
Damn, this is amazing. He's got everything a guitarist needs: Speed,melody , c r e a t i v e n e s s , t o n e , and TALENT :)
Took a Live master class from Mr Howe few years ago. This Guy is a Beast ,, Mr Inspiriation thats what I call him,,
this is bad a**
all i can say is wow
mohotmofine
%@%*%#@& Smokin
supershine7
Arguably The BEST Guitarist in the world!!!!
beautiful tune / nice finger style gtr.
man I miss old skool fusion....th i s cat is a fantastic player
lorilowe420
greg is one of the best out there...peri o d ! ! ! ! ! ! h i s evolution from shrapnel shredder to consumate fusion guy has been inspiring to witness over the years. Matching up with victor wooten and dennis chambers has yielded some fantastic work!!!!
this is my 1st time hearing this guy! He is awesome!!
lorilowe420
greg is the friggin bomb!!!!!!!! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! 1
One of my all time favorite guitarist next to Joe Satriani. Greg Howe is fusion guitar at it's best. Love his style of Funk/Fusion/ R o c k mix.
You guys should check out Vitalij Kuprij's Extreme Measures. Greg Howe plays some of the nastiest shred guitar I've ever heard on it. Kuprij is an excellent keyboard player. Unfortunatel y it is not on Pandora. Kuprij is also plays the keyboards on Howe's album Ascend.
yocoach6556
man could drive a long winding road to this stuff make a dream
He won't play for the gloved one any more.
ALRIGHT NOW LOVE THE JAM EASY FLOW LIVE FREE - CHECKOUT MICHAEL FIRKINS ALSO FABRIZIO LEO CHECK OUT HIS SONG CALLED "METAL BRAGANINI"
GREG HOWE HAS BEEN A BAD A** FOR YEARS...you all need to get out more...lol.
Love it! Another great artist I've never heard before, or credited to Satriani! Next up...Johnson , S m i t h and V.I. and Leo, YEA! Will have to check out Steve Morse too - Thanks cl2006 :>
greg howe how about that. i really like this strummer. who is fabrizio leo?
cl2006
I like! Kinda reminds me of Jeff Beck meets Steve Morse, but different.
This is way funky. I need to hear more.
pandora strikes again someone I have to find more about...awes o m e ! ! ! !
uhh he is not steve howes son and he is going to be one of the best his combination of styles is impressive
jjs2boxers
Man this guy is GOOD! Kind of a mix between the Toto guy
and, Johnson and somebody else....him! !
Nah, his talent really does speak for itself. Very nice.
wow im impressed...
BRAVO! Pandora for your great music library
what do you expect...his father is steve howe of Yes.
fatherthing
Song for Rachelle ftw...
awesome guitarist! I agree the Pandora bio, Howe is steady relief from all the yngwie wannabees.

does anybody know who his bassist is on his solo albums? Cuz he's phenomenal!
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