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Lance Reegan-Diehl Releases All Instrumental CD

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Seoul, Korea-June 18, 2007- Lance Reegan-Diehl has a released a long awaited career spanning compilation featuring some of his finest instrumental guitar work titled Chasing My Reflection.

The recording spans the period from 1992 to 2006. With no vocals to get in the way of his extraordinary guitar work, Diehl paints images with the many different tones and sounds he coaxes from his electric axe. The 13 tracks cover the gamut of musical expressions and tastes. Diehl feels equally at home rocking, playing the blues or jazz fusion. Chasing My Reflection is a great tribute to his work and development over the years as one of the world’s best guitar players.

Lance is not only receiving rave reviews for his recent release; he has been traveling the world performing and teaching at clinics. On January 26, 2007, the artist demonstrated the JamMate USB Guitar, as well as midi technology, and his acoustic playing at a Seoul Jazz Academy. You can check out the video on You Tube-LRD TV.

In March thru April Lance returned to the K-pop (Korean pop) scene as guitarist for Korean singer Evan then turned in a stellar performance for the troops onboard the mini carrier USS Essex. The artist delivered the goods with Megan Kim on vocals and guitar, and David Dauberman laying down the bass as he led the way with guitar and vocals. Also in April, Lance supportted shows for the USO and the VFW in Seoul. In May there will be more K-pop scene gigs with famed H.O.T singer Tony Ahn. LRD is a session guitarist for Tony's new video and upcoming live performances.

The LRD Studio has been upgraded and a retail music outlet has been established as another way to support what LRD does best, play guitar. Visit all things LRD at his site and try to keep up with his incredibly versatile career and schedule. 2007 is already half over and there is more to come from the world of LRD so stay tuned.


Contact: Lance Reegan Diehl
Company: LRD Music
Address: Seoul, Korea
Tel: 82-11-730-4716
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