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War & Sin - the War Within #Flyah Review

An original music project by 3 music veterans. Hard rock with an edge/Melody. Featuring the new singles The War Within and K.O.
Warren Robert - Warren is a classically trained composer with over 40 years of guitar playing experience. He is currently the lead guitarist for the touring celtic-rock group "POGEY", hard rock ensemble "War & Sin", and is also guitarist for the "Myles Goodwyn Band". Warren has released 4 solo instrumental albums, and has appeared on numerous projects as a studio session guitarist and arranger for many artists ranging from Roger Whittaker to Symphony Nova Scotia. As a film composer for over 20 years, Warren has created the music scores to over 200 international television shows. Warren has been instructing guitar, bass and theory since 1986. Over the years, he has taught many different styles of music to hundreds of students. Several of his students have gone on to perform, compose and/or instruct music professionally. Warren has many sponsors Including Hawk picks.
Greg Sinclair - Greg was the Lead Singer/Lyricist for the band HARD LUCK which featured 3 original releases. They also toured the bar circuit during the 80's/90's playing original as well as cover material opening for bands like Sven Gali/Kick Axe/Annihilator and playing the famous 86th street and Club Soda/CD's in Vancouver. They were featured on Tom Harrison's Demolisten and were finalists in the competition. Greg also was the lead singer for local band SPECTRUM playing East Coast Clubs including Monte's where they were introduced by Richard Cameron aka Phil Collins from the Trailer Park Boys. Greg is a vocally trained singer (Grant MacEwen - Edmonton) with 40+ years experience in many different styles and is strongly considering guitar lessons from Warren Robert (you can only play Highway to Hell and Merry Go Round so many times). He currently sings lead vocals and splits writing contributions in War & Sin.
Tommy Maillet (To follow). Current drummer for War & Sin as well as Shameless. Tommy has been playing for 20+ years and has an ECMA to his credit with the Acadian band Bleu'. He is Sponsored by PEARL.


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