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About Austin Myles Grant

Once described as a "peyote laced, nightmarish, spaghetti Western love poem," Austin Myles Grant's music is often difficult to pin down. Born in the deserts of central California, learning guitar from his grandfather, Grant's music holds echos of the old country western music of his grandfathers repertoire. But as a former pupil of American guitar virtuoso, Christopher Parkening, Grant's music takes on a language that displays, at times, strange cross pollinations.

 

About Austin Myles Grant

Once described as a "peyote laced, nightmarish, spaghetti Western love poem," Austin Myles Grant's music is often difficult to pin down. Born in the deserts of central California, learning guitar from his grandfather, Grant's music holds echos of the old country western music of his grandfathers repertoire. But as a former pupil of American guitar virtuoso, Christopher Parkening, Grant's music takes on a language that displays, at times, strange cross pollinations.

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