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STEVE ROTHERY // INFORMATION & SOLO PROJECTS

STEVE ROTHERY

Electric and Acoustic Guitars

Joined Marillion (originally 'Silmarillion') 19 August 1979

Born 25th November 1959, Brampton, England

EQUIPMENT

2x Squier Strat guitar
Blade Strat guitar
"Hybrid" Strat (Blade Neck, Fender Body) guitar
Jack Dent Steve Rothery Signature guitar guitar
Italia 6/12 Twin Neck guitar
Takamine 12 String guitar
Auden 6 string guitar
Music Man Game Changer guitar

Groove Tubes Trio Preamps
Groove Tubes Dual 75 Power Amps
Marshall 4x12
Roland JC120
TC Electronic 2290 Programmable Delays
Roland GP16
Boss Dimension C
Boss Analogue Man DS1 Distortion
Adrenalinn Effects
Rockman Sustainor
Rockman Chorus/Delay
Boss CE300 Chorus
Alesis Quadraverb
Hughes & Kettner Rotosphere
Boss TR2 Tremolo
Lexicon G2
Digital Music Corp GCX
Sound Sculpture Switchblade 16 switcher

Digital Music Corp Ground Control
Ernie Ball Volume Pedal
Mojo Vibe Chorus/Vibrato
Electro Harmonix Pitch Shifter

MOST RECENT SOLO RELEASE

'Postcards From The Road'

A luxury 300mm x 300mm (12"x 12") 180 page hard cover art book which features over four hundred colour and black and white photos that document Steve Rothery's life from the early days though to 1993, giving a rare insight into the crazy life of a musician.

Available now - CLICK HERE

'The Ghosts of Pripyat' is an instrumental solo album with guest appearances by Steve Hackett and Steven Wilson.

Released in September 2014.

Steve was also joined on the album by fellow guitarist and co-composer Dave Foster, drummer Leon Parr, bass player Yatim Halimi and keyboard player Riccardo Romano.

The album was produced by Steve himself and mixed by Michael Hunter.

Available now - CLICK HERE

BIOGRAPHY

With help from Marillion co-lyricist John Helmer, Pete Trewavas, drummer Paul Craddick and singer Hannah Stobart, Steve released his first solo CD in 1996: The Wishing Tree's album Carnival of Souls.

This album was re-issued in 2001 with new artwork and an enhanced portion featuring rare Wishing Tree video and sound clips.

Over 10 years on, the follow-up album Ostara was released on 23 March 2009.

After a very successful Kickstarter campaign in November 2013 Steve recorded his instrumental solo album "The Ghosts of Pripyat" with guest appearances by Steve Hackett and Steven Wilson.

Released in September 2014 the album has had a phenomenal response from fans and critics alike.

Steve is joined on the album by fellow guitarist and co-composer Dave Foster, drummer Leon Parr, bass player Yatim Halimi and keyboard player Riccardo Romano.

The album was produced by Steve himself and mixed by Michael Hunter.

Steve is currently putting the finishing touches to the long awaited book of his photographic work "Postcards from the Road" with an app also due to be released shortly after.

SOLO RELEASES