Reb Beach / From Winger to his first instrumental album, ‘A View From The Inside’
16 September 2020
Guitar virtuoso Reb Beach will release his first instrumental solo album, ‘A View From The Inside’, 6 November 2020 via Frontiers, with the lead single ‘Infinito 1122’ available to watch below.
Famed for his collaboration with Winger, Beach is a current member of Whitesnake, having also released an album with supergroup Black Swan, recently. Black Swan also features Jeff Pilson, Robin MacAuley and Matt Starr.
Beach has spoken about jamming along to Aerosmith and Montrose records from the 70’s in his youth, but it was progressive guitarists like Steve Morse, Allan Holdsworth and Larry Carlton which really opened his eyes and ears.
In the early 80’s, Beach worked as a session player, recording with the likes of Eric Clapton, Bob Dylan, Roger Daltrey, Chaka Kahn, Howard Jones and Twisted Sister, before moving to New York, meeting Kip Winger and co-founding the band Winger.
With Winger’s 90’s demise, Beach worked with Alice Cooper, Dokken and Night Ranger, while also working on his solo debut ‘Masquerade’, which was released in 2003.
Beach joined Whitesnake in 2003, with whom he still records and tours, while also still working with Winger, who had their re-union in the early part of this century.
Beach now releases his first instrumental album, which he tells us is the culmination of decades studying and working hard at his craft.
1 Black Magic
2 Little Robots
3 Aurora Borealis
4 Infinito 1122
5 Attack Of The Massive
6 The Way Home
9 Cutting Loose
10 Sea Of Tranquility