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A-J Charron

Between 2000 to 2005 A-J wrote over 300 articles and reviews for Guitar Noise. Many of them have been translated into other languages. A-J is a singer and songwriter from Montréal, Québec. In 2005, A-J left to begin his own music media website.

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2 Comments

  1. Malcolm
    July 6th, 2013 @ 6:28 am

    Young musicians aren’t saying anything that the older guys didn’t say already. – the young ones are all looking backwards! At least the old guys sounded new when they were new….

  2. Ric English
    September 20th, 2016 @ 11:49 am

    I know Martin admires Jimi Hendrix, and I appreciate that. He had that original psychedelic, bluesy, sound that people hadn’t heard before. But nobody could get that crunching Rock sound like Martin. Everybody talks Aqualung, but how about My God, Wind up, Minstrel In The Gallery, Black Satin Dancer, Coronach, The last song on Passion Play, Jumpstart, Steel Monkey, Back Door Angels, Motoreyes, This Is Not Love, and the list goes on. Nobody could play a riff like Martin, and follow it up with a searing lead. Greatest guitar player ever!!!!