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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.

Lorna Flowers

Lorna Flowers: Spanning the globe, Lorna had a #1 hit song in Australia and a #2 in Poland with Lucie Diamond’s “Don’t Even Think About It.” A co-write with Fleetwood Mac’s Bob Welch earned Lorna a nomination for Best Single at the UK Country Radio Awards. As a producer, Lorna garnered Best Album nominations in both major UK Country Radio Awards.
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Currently in Nashville, Lorna continues to write and produce with her Voyage-Air guitar, watch a clip of her and Bridgette Tatum both playing their Voyage-Air guitars.

Danny FlowersDanny Flowers: Hit Songwriter Danny Flowers may be best known for having penned classic hits for other artists, but as a solo artist his bluesy blend of raw emotion combined with a heartfelt yearning will speak to your very soul. Danny’s instrumentality has also earned him a high level of notoriety in the industry.

Eric Clapton said “I think this [music] is tremendous. I consider Danny a good friend and a great musician in the truest, old school country-rock style. There is just not enough of this kind of stuff around anymore.”

Flower’s writing credits span several genres and his flexibility as a guitarist and wordsmith is well-known. He penned “Tulsa Time” for Eric Clapton, which Don Williams also cut. Williams then had this with “Back In My Younger Days,” “Senorita,” and “To Be Your Man.” Emmylou Harris recorded “Before Believing” as the title cut for her Pieces of the Sky album. “Gulf Coast Highway” was recorded by Emmylou and Willie Nelson as well as by Nanci Griffith and Evangeline. The list goes on.

With all this under his belt, Flowers still manages to maintain the poise and humility of a Zen master while tossing off riffs with incredible taste and feeling reminiscent of Ry Cooder’s gospel-like grooves with a slide guitar virtuosity and delicate upper-register vocal vibratos of David Lindley.

Click the player below for the phone call interview with Danny Flowers.

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See Danny Flowers talk about Voyage-Air and perform at different venues. Click the tabs below to see these videos:

  • @ the Bluebird w/ Emmylou & Rodney

  • FOX 17 Nashville

  • WSM 650 AM Nashville Interview

  • Danny @ NAMM 2011

  • Danny Flowers Plays a Voyage-Air TelAir
    Summer NAMM 2010


Elliot Easton

Elliot Easton played lead guitar and sang background vocals for The Cars. He is currently a member of The New Cars along with original Cars keyboardist Greg Hawkes, singer/songwriter Todd Rundgren, former Utopia bassist/vocalist Kasim Sulton and Tubes drummer Prairie Prince. He was with Creedence Clearwater Revisited, the modern touring version of Creedence Clearwater Revival. He was a judge at the 2009 Guitar Player Live! event in which we gave a guitar to the winner, Steve Senes. Easton was so impressed with Senes guitar that he commissioned Voyage-Air Guitar to make a custom left handed guitar.

 

Daisy Dern

Daisy Dern: After meeting Dave Gibson and touring the world singing and writing songs together, the two were married in 1997. Signed to Mercury Nashville in 2001, Daisy cut a top 40 single with her song “Gettin’ Back to You.” Daisy is now focused on songwriting and has had many of her songs recorded. As Creative Director of Savannah Music Group, Daisy manages the roster of writers as well as being a prolific writer herself.

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Peter Copeland

Peter Copeland: is a singer/songwriter based in Southern California. He has a following in South East Asia, and performs there three or four times a year. Peter was one of the first Artists to get a Voyage-Air, and has not looked back. He says that with the eighteen hour flight and the safety of his guitar no longer an issue, what was once a huge problem is now a distant memory.

Peter's VAOM- 1C has now been to South East Asia four times. Peter says: "It looks great, sounds great, is a joy to play, and never leaves my side." His new acoustic CD was written entirely on his Voyage-Air, mostly in hotel rooms all over the world. He says: "Having a great acoustic guitar, in new, exotic surroundings, brings out songs and ideas I might not come up with at home. For the first time in my life, wherever I go, and with no stress and effort, I have a wonderful, full size acoustic with me. I'm good to go. And go I do." Peter has performed at our booth at the NAMM show, and fits in well with our team. We love reading his emails from all over the world.

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