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Chris "CJ" Lambert & Mark Brasington Perform | Chris "CJ" Lambert & Mark Brasington | TEDxCincinnati
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Chris "CJ" Lambert performs an improvised original piece with Mark Brasington at TEDx Cincinnati on June 16th, 2016. CJ creates a recorded loop of his guitar playing in front of a live audience so he and Mark can improvise with his instantaneously created recording.
www.cjlstudios.com

Chris “CJ” Lambert is an extraordinary freelance guitarist and currently
performs with a few bands based out of Cincinnati, OH. He is a rock/blues
guitarist at heart but plays many styles and is a talented writer, producer
and engineer as well. CJ has worked with several national & international
artists & industry veterans in the studio and on the stage. He is the creator
of The Musician’s Survival Guide, which is an info product developed to
assist aspiring musicians in experiencing success in the music business.
CJ has a contagious positive & energetic attitude that he enjoys sharing
with the world through his guitar. CJLambert.com

Mark Brasington is a talented guitarist & singer and performs with the
Cincinnati based band The Chuck Taylors. They are a fun & engaging
band that specialize in performing for weddings, corporate events, and
limited public performances. The cover songs they play range from
standards to loud, screaming rock and roll. Mark’s original CDs, White is
Gray (2004) and Humor Implied (2000), have been met with critical local
acclaim. In addition to Mark’s energetic and captivating stage presence,
he has written and recorded custom music for several local, national
& international commercials & videos. Mark has performed the National Anthem for the
Cincinnati Reds twice and has been in love with Valerie Bertinelli since he was 5 years old.

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