Orianthi to film DVD concert in Los Angeles


Australian musician, singer and songwriter Orianthi will be shooting a concert DVD on January 8, 2022 at the Bourbon Room in Los Angeles. The set will be released at a later date via Borders Music Srl.

Orianthi announced the shooting of the DVD in a video post on social media. She said, “We’re shooting a DVD live at the Bourbon Room here in LA So if you’re in town, come on. You’ll be on the DVD, because we’re shooting the crowd as well. It’s” It’ll be so fun to play new songs with my band… Buy tickets now if you want to be a part of it. The Bourbon room here in LA Shooting a DVD for Frontiers Archives. So it’s going to be fun. “

Orianthihis first new studio album in seven years and his first new music as a solo artist in six years, “O”, was released in November 2020 via Borders Music Srl.

In April 2020, Orianthi said to “Australian rock show” about her fourth solo album: “I’m so excited about this record – really excited. We did it in 28 days in Nashville. [I made the record with] Marti Frederiksen, who is a dear friend of mine, an amazing songwriter, producer. I just got out in Nashville, where my management is, and I love it there. I made my last record too, with Dave stewart there at Blackbird [studio]. There’s a kind of energy in Nashville – it’s just a great feeling when you get there. There are so many musicians. And we just jumped right into the studio. Marti and I wrote and recorded, in 28 days, all the songs. And, yes, it was just a great, fun experience. “

Regarding the musical direction of his latest material, Orianthi said, “This record doesn’t stray too far from my past stuff, but it’s different. So I think people will get what they expect, with that heavy riff and big solos, but there is has a lot of different sounds on and textures, with drum loops and synths. It’s not about sticking with one tone throughout the record… There are heavy tracks there. lighter tracks [and] blues tracks. Like I said, it’s different, but it’s kind of what people expected.

“The point is, you have to keep evolving and changing,” she explained. “You don’t make the same record over and over again; I would just miss myself and everyone else. So I want to keep changing.”

Born in Australia, Orianthi was inspired to learn guitar at a young age after discovering her father’s vinyl collection. She gained international fame at the age of 24 after releasing her hit single “According to you” and a high energy performance support Carrie Underwood to 2009 Grammy Awards. Although she has already been invited to jam with people like Carlos santana and Steve va, the general public had never heard of this captivating guitar prodigy.

His recognition was further heightened when Michael jackson called with an offer to be his guitarist for his dates at the O2 Arena in London. Although the concert series was not scheduled, the release of the behind-the-scenes documentary “It’s here from Michael Jackson” present Orianthihis masterful playing as well as his creativity and collaboration.



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