Burlbaw & the Entourage''
"The Sounds of Aaron Burlbaw" Take the Eagle's "Hotel California", Frank Sinatra's "My Way", and Carlos Santana's "Oyé Como Va", replace the vocal melodies with the mystical sounds of two Latin guitars, and add a percussive rhythmic groove to the tune....thus creating "The Sounds of Burlbaw". Burlbaw brings an all-instrumental Latin-driven style while fusing elements of Flamenco, Classical, and Rock. Also accompanying the "ever so popular" cover tunes, is the moving compositions of Burlbaw. It something you just have to experience. Complex Rhythms, Tasteful Solos, and Catchy Melodies on Nylon and Electric Guitars: This is the inspiration for Aaron Burlbaw. With Burlbaw's Nuevo-flamenco (non-traditional flamenco) techniques, he drives the music towards a Middle Eastern blend of Persian and Latin sounds, while also fusing elements from Jazz and Classical. Burlbaw has been performing for nine years in the St. Louis area, while also co-fronting his all instrumental Latin Jazz group called Meñache, and supporting Ginkgo Biloba and Farshid Etniko with their "World Music Ensembles".