Cleveland , Ohio – The Beachland Ballroom played host to a night of legends and legends in the making last night .Ethan Brosh, in direct support for Ross The Boss ( Manowar) brought his “Conspiracy ” tour to Cleveland and with it proved that true musicianship , talent and hard work pays off in the long run . This is the third time I have seen the Ethan Brosh band and the maturity in the songwriting and the stage performance by all the members proved that this is a well oiled machine.
” Conspiracy ” is the third studio album for Ethan and features ” Steel Panther ” member Satchel as a guest on the song ” Tomb of the Gods ” which by chance was the opening song of the night.
It was followed up by ” Collision Course ” and ” Road To Victory ” .Ethan is sometimes listed as an East coast shredder , however I think that title is blanketing over the melodic songwriting ability of a mature musician.A very old saying is music is sometimes less is more and Ethan demonstrates the perfect balance.” Space Invaders” and ” Clean Slate ” followed to the cheers of a receptive audience. The songs ” Hitman ” and ” In a Sentimental Mood ” ended the night. Ethan’s band are extremely talented in their own right , as they became friends at Berkeley School of Music .
The immensely talented Nathan Montalvo sharing guitar duties.On the low end Italian native Giorgio Mongelli on bass guitar.Multi-instrument Dan Whitelock on drums and vocals and Ethan Brosh on lead guitar.
To see if Ethan is coming to a city near you or to listen to his work please check out his official website at http://www.ethanbrosh.com