"His 17 years of studio work since breaking into television with “All My Children” may not have made him a household name, but he is an outstanding guitar player, songwriter and band leader."
- Steve Jones, www.bluesblastmagazine.com
B. Christopher, like most composers, is not a household name. However, if you own a television, you have probably heard his music. With over 3,000 placements annually, on virtually every channel, it would be difficult not to hear his work.
Like most studio musicians, his time is consumed recording. That is not to say he is a stranger to the stage. He toured extensively throughout North America for twenty years. While on a break from the road in 2002, he was contacted by the music director of ABC's "All My Children" looking for blues music. According to Christopher, "it was just the right place at the right time." As the opportunities continued to grow in the studio, it became clear that the focus needed to move strictly to recording. Inevitably, the hundreds of sessions would evolve into albums.
The balance between melody, technique, composition and improvisation is not an easy one to strike. But when listening to Christopher, one would think otherwise. With an innate sense of melody, his musical offerings are sure to please even the most discerning palate. It is these qualities that helped attract some of the biggest studio musicians in the business to his work. Names like Nathan East, Anton Fig, Gerald Albright, Shawn Pelton, Michael Powers, Andy Snitzer, Stu Hamm, Kenny Aronoff, Bruce Katz, and Jerry Portnoy have all lent their talents to his recordings.
It's been a steady evolution from the smoky blues clubs that shaped the soul of an extraordinary player into the polished session musician we hear today. In a world filled with talented musicians, there are a rare few that stand apart from the rest. For an artist to honestly tell their story, technical prowess is not enough. The real story is in the soul and conviction with which one tells it with. Christopher is one of the rare few that delivers the complete package.
"Already renowned as a studio player extraordinaire, with over 20,000 track placements on TV shows on pretty much every network you could name, you won’t be surprised by B. Christopher’s versatility and casual mastery of the guitar."
- Tom O’Connor, Rock and Blues Muse
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"B. Christopher’s songs are always based around a killer groove, which of course inspires me as a bassist. Add to that, his smooth , melodic guitar playing and you have some very enjoyable music to listen to...and PLAY!"
- Stu Hamm
"Two Rivers Back"
"This is a more than recommended recording with not a single bad note on it. GREAT!"
- La Hora Del Blues
"B. Christopher inspires, and his music touches your soul. His album, "Two Rivers Back" is a refreshing treasure for the Blues"
- Michael Powers
Seymour Duncan Artist Page
"For Blues/Jazz fans and people who like to marvel at guitar genius, this is worth a look"
- The Advocate, Alberta, Canada
"B. Christopher's music has a great vibe...check out his beautiful tone and cool touch!"
- Nathan East
"(The B. Christopher Band's) imaginative playing impresses both technically and creatively.."
- Willie Witten, www.bluesrockreview.com
"B. Christopher is a master musician and composer"
- Jack Douglas, Producer of Miles Davis, Aerosmith, The Who, and John Lennon
"The best player I've seen since Stevie Ray Vaughan"
- Steve Kennedy, VP of Sales & Marketing , Sony Music
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