Albert Vinasco
Influences
The music of Albert Vinasco is built on the rich influence of some of rock's greatest guitarists. Vinasco grew up on the likes of Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin, Mike Oldfield, The Cro-Mags, Metallica, Rush, Yes, Tool, Extreme, Korn, Nine Inch Nails, The Def Tones, The Caterwauls, Kinghorse, The Sex Pistols, The Clash, Queen, Joe Satriani, and Steve Morse just to name a few.

Vinasco's music incorporates these great influences into a sound all his own. Inspired by the portrayal of emotional content through modern rock and metal guitar, Vinasco has composed a wide variety of music ranging from intense metal to soft classical, all with his notable Vinasco sound. He says, "For me, mood and style are everything and they manifest themselves in melody and tones. I love to play with various tones and make the guitar's sound be a direct connection to the emotion that inspired the composition." As you visit this site, please feel free to contact us to learn more about Albert Vinasco, and his music.


What's Next
Albert Vinasco is currently working with Sally Elsey on their band "Gabriel"s sixth album due out in early 2016. Like all of Gabriel's albums, it is currently available now at the following online stores: iTunes, Rhapsody, iLike, Napster, MusicNet, eMusic, Sony Connect, Groupie Tunes, Amazon MP3, Lala.com, ShockHound and Amie Street.

In addition to Vinasco's solo work, he has been involved in several collaborations. His most recent collaboration has been with Sally Elsey, an amazing vocalist, and musician who resides in London, UK. The result of their collaborations can now be found here on their fiifth CD entitled "Unforgiven". You can hear all 10 tracks from this CD by clicking the "Albums" button.

Visit Gabriel at: www.gabrielthemusic.com

Vinasco has also worked with Dave Wohlman from NY, NY under the name DNA and launched their first CD entitled "DNA Collaborations" in January of 2008.

Vinasco also worked with Alex Shay from Sydney, Australia under the name The Sand Men: www.dasandmen.com , and their first CD entitled "Dance of the Divine" was released February 1, 2007.