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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.

Bridgette Tatum

Bridgette Tatum

Bridgette Tatum: The Flagship artist for Root 49 records, Bridgette co-wrote Jason Aldean’s number one hit song, “She’s Country.” Huge on the NASCAR circuit, her image even graces the hood of Ryan Newman’s race car. Bridgette is currently on a radio tour, playing her Voyage-Air Guitar to promote her debut single, “I Like My Cowboys Dirty.” Keep an eye out and don’t miss the show when she hits your town.

In these clips she performs "She's Country" playing her Voyage-Air Guitar.
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  • Bridgette Tatum playing her Voyage-Air on
    "She's Country" Recorded at KS95.1

  • Bridgette Tatum playing her Voyage-Air on
    "She's Country" Recorded at 94.7 QDR

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Tim Smith

Bass player for Sheryl Crow, acoustic guitar player and vocalist, Tim Smith has been with Sheryl since 1996. In addition to playing bass with her on tour, Tim has also toured with just Sheryl as a duo. Working with Sheryl on other projects including Stevie Nicks and the Dil Scallion movie soundtrack, Tim was also able to record and release 2 records by his own band, Umajets. Previous bands include San Francisco based band, Jellyfish, and before that with Atlanta power pop band, the Producers. Tim played bass with the Finn Brothers of Crowded House fame with one of his heroes, Neil Finn.

Tim Smith:

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Cosy Sheridan

Cosy Sheridan: Cosy hit the national folk scene in 1992, winning the songwriting contests at both the Kerrville Folk Festival and the Telluride Bluegrass Festival. She released her critically acclaimed CD, Quietly Led, on Waterbug Records and Folk Music Quarterly wrote: “When she’s accepting her Grammy, we can say we knew her when.” Since then she’s released 8 more CD’s and written a one-woman show.

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Steve Senes

Steve Senes

Steve Senes: Guitar Player Magazine’s ‘Guitar Superstar’ Competition Winner

Steve Senes didn’t start playing until he was 15, but now it’s rare to see him without a guitar in his hands. Having played with various bands and styles from Rock, Metal and Southern, to Funk, R&B and Soul, this diversity plays out on Steve’s upcoming solo instrumental CD “De-evolution of Theory.” Steve broke onto the national scene by winning the 2009 Guitar Player Live “Guitar SuperStar of the Year.” Steve was awarded a Voyage-Air guitar as part of that prize, and it’s transformed the way he thinks about traveling with guitars.

Guitar maestro Steve Senes burst onto the national music radar last summer. Why? He flat-out dominated the Guitar Player Live contest for ‘Guitar Superstar of the Year, 2009’ held in Livermore, CA.

Steve is native to the Myrtle Beach area of South Carolina, and his music is heavily influenced by the hard-driving ‘Southern Rock’ genre of that region. One listen to a solo riff that Steve lays down tells the whole story. This guy plays from the heart, with speed-of-light lead-guitar runs that are clearly off the chart.

Fast? Heck yeah. Clean? Yes. Melodic? Yes. Over the top…, like you’ve never heard before, effortless and beyond belief? Yes, yes, yes, and YES.

You gotta hear his work to believe it. Click the video below. Like the old ‘Wayne’s World’ movie… all that comes to mind is – “We are NOT WORTHY!”

With Steve’s commanding performance at the Guitar Player Live contest, he won a Voyage-Air VAD-06 Dreadnought guitar as a prize. Turns out that this Voyage-Air Guitar has transformed the way that Steve thinks about traveling with a guitar. 

We recently called Steve on the phone to get his comments about how he uses his Voyage-Air guitar. Click the player below to hear the audio of that phone call.

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In this video Steve Senes plays the Belair at the Winter NAMM 2010, click here.

Carlos Reyes

Carlos Reyes: Acclaimed harpist and violinist, Carlos Reyes has shared the concert stage with smash-hit greats such as The Doobie Brothers, Willie Nelson, Wynnona Judd, Clint Black and rocker Steve Miller. Carlos’s first album, “The Beauty of it All” was on the Top Ten Contemporary Jazz Charts in Billboard Magazine for over 15 weeks.

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