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Voyage-Air Guitar is very proud of the continually growing roster of talent who owns our guitars. Browse through the various artists, writers and clinicians who have made Voyage-Air their go to guitar for travel.

Robert David Hall

Robert David Hall plays the chief medical examiner Dr. Albert Robbins on CBS TV’S CSI: Crime Scene InvestigationRobert David Hall plays the chief medical examiner ‘Dr. Albert Robbins’ on CBS TV’S “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation,” now in it’s 12th season.   A double leg amputee and a devoted community activist, he is one of the most prominent disabled actors working today. Fortunately for his fans, Halls musical output doesn’t end with CSI’s fictional band ‘Dr. Robbins and the Decomps.’ His debut album, Things They Don’t Teach You in School contains songs written over the past 30+ years and it explores a wide range of rich American musical traditions like blues, county, jazz and rock n roll.  One of his greatest thrills was when he performed two of his songs at Nashville's historic Ryman Auditorium on The Grand Ole Opry. You can sample is music on his website: www.robertdavidhallmusic.com

 

 

 


Creed Bratton

Fans of NBC’s The Office know Creed Bratton best as the disturbingly hilarious television personality by the same name. What most do not know is that not only has he been acting since the late 60s in films such as Mask and Heart Like a Wheel, he’s a bona fide legendary rocker and founding member of classic American rock band The Grass Roots – makers of hits such as “Let’s Live for Today” and “Temptation Eyes”.Creed Bratton, founding member of classic American rock band The Grass Roots and current star on the hit NBC show The Office.

After leaving The Grass Roots and a 30 year musical hiatus, Bratton released three albums of his own between 2001 and 2002.  Since joining the cast of The Office, Bratton has since released an additional set of solo albums – 2008’s Creed Bratton and 2010’s Bounce Back.

Even with his busy acting schedule on The Office and films such as I Am Ben and The Ghastly Love of Johnny X, Bratton remains very active in music, recording, and occasional live performances.

Creed's website is here: www.creedbratton.com

"The Office" series 9/8c on NBC - check your local listings!

 

Creed Bratton plays Voyage-Air @ NAMM12


Here you can see Creed playing a song from his new record at Voyage-Air Guitar’s Press Conference at NAMM in Anaheim this year. The National Association of Music Merchants is the largest music industry convention in the country.

 


Fans of NBC’s The Office know Creed Bratton best as the disturbingly hilarious television personality by the same name. What most do not know is that not only has he been acting since the late 60s in films such as Mask and Heart Like a Wheel, he’s a bona fide legendary rocker and founding member of classic American rock band The Grass Roots – makers of hits such as “Let’s Live for Today” and “Temptation Eyes”.

After leaving The Grass Roots and a 30 year musical hiatus, Bratton released three albums of his own between 2001 and 2002.  Since joining the cast of The Office, Bratton has since released an additional set of solo albums – 2008’s Creed Bratton and 2010’s Bounce Back.

Even with his busy acting schedule on The Office and films such as I Am Ben and The Ghastly Love of Johnny X, Bratton remains very active in music, recording, and occasional live performances.

Check out more about Creed at www.creedbratton.com


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Joshua Smith

Josh Smith
Joshua Smith has shared the stage with many greats such as PRINCE, Anna Nalick (hit song, “Breathe(2am)”), The Tokens (“The Lion Sleeps Tonight”), Sam Bradley (featured in Twilight sountrack), Deron Johnson (Miles Davis, Seal, Alanis Morissette, Stanley Clark), Gary Novak (Chick Corea, Allan Holdsworth, Robben Ford), Chris Pierce (KCRW, BB King), The Northstar Session (NBC’s Parenthood), Lelia Broussard (featured Rolling Stone top 8 indie artist for cover).
Josh dedicates his work and life to good causes. A Nashville, TN native, he began writing songs at the age of 12. His writing is heavily influenced by his belief in the power of voice as a tool for global awareness, and a family with a strong support of creativity. “Mom and I would sing a lot together, and the whole family would join in with us at our big family reunions.  My great grandmother was a Jazz and Opera singer, so I grew up on old jazz standards – and my grandfather on my Dad’s side was a classical composer and teacher.”  In 2006, living in a church, working for, and leading relief teams on the Gulf Coast after Hurricane Katrina helped him further hone in on the development of his gifts in songwriting and singing. Josh is also a gifted painter, illustrator, actor, voice over actor, and writer. By viewing his talents as a call to action in the spirit of service to others, Josh seeks to guide humanity’s collective attention to the value of helping and healing our common family through art, music, and all creative expression.


  • Home On The Road

  • How Many Days


Joshua Smith | sing.write.play.paint.life
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"Home on the Road" is a project created by Joshus Smith, and developed by Josh, David Tayar (director), and others from Apocalypse Pictures, True Source Entertainment, Home and Community Inc., Notebook Entertainment, and Play it Forward Productions. "We aren't just making music, or a documentary about 'homelessness'... People are tired of homeless documentaries! We're trying to create something that will inspire people, empower people, and give them opportunities to do something great in their own community."

- Josh Smith

Learn more about it, click here.

CAMP PENDLETON GOES VOYAGE-AIR!

Can you say exhausted?  It was a wild week in California!  I’m sure that you’ve all heard the news by now that Richie Sambora bought 100 guitars, 50 destined for Iraq, and 50 to Afghanistan, and gave 7 of them away to lucky winners who were able to be at Camp Pendleton.

 A culmination of months and months of work, we finally were able to see the final chapter.  Two years ago, I met Joel Roman, who subsequently introduced me to Richie Sambora.  Within about 20 minutes, Richie had made the decision to buy 100 guitars to give away to active military.

 It was a brilliant and generous idea, and one that he felt strongly about.  The Richie Sambora Special Military Edition Voyage-Air Guitar was personally signed and numbered by Richie.

 The event at Camp Pendleton was amazing!  A whole day planned for the troops and their families at Camp Pendleton, it included a beach party, activities for the kids, a motor cross exhibition and live music all day.  I was completely freaked out by the motor cross guys, doing stunts that literally made me sick to my stomach.  I later got a chance to meet them and HAD to buy a T-shirt, which I had them sign while I was wearing it!  Bet they never had that request before!  Ha!
Richie went out on stage, and played a few of his hits with his very own Voyage-Air Guitar before he announced the lucky winners.

We were summoned to the back stage press area to watch Richie giving the guitars away and taking pictures with the troops.  We got to personally meet each deserving marine that received a guitar.  The Marines were grateful and over-the-top excited about getting to meet Richie, and then he personally signed the top of the guitar for each winning marine.

It was an amazing afternoon with a very kind and gracious man.  I am so proud to be associated with this project.  More news soon!

Jeff Cohen, Richie Sambora, Michael Ferrucci, and Me

 

Getting signed while I was wearing the shirt!

 

Richie Sambora poses with some of the lucky winners of the Special-Edition Voyage-Air guitars.

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