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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.

Rusty Anderson

Rusty Anderson, Paul McCartney Guitarist plays a Voyage-Air

Rusty Anderson: Lead guitar for the Paul McCartney Band, Rusty Anderson is a name you may not know, but you’ve definitely heard his music before. In concert and on recordings, Rusty Anderson has supplied guitar pyrotechnics for everyone from Regina Spektor to Elton John, Willie Nelson to Gwen Stefani. Most notably, he has been Paul McCartney’s right-hand man for the last nine years both in the studio and on a number of record-breaking world tours. During Paul McCartney’s ‘Good Evening Europe’ tour in December, 2009, Rusty played his Voyage-Air guitar ONSTAGE for every single concert of the tour.

In these videos Rusty plays his Custom Voyage-Air on "Give Peace a Chance" during the McCartney Tour.

  • Rusty Anderson I

  • Rusty Anderson II


Web site - Music video - Tour dates

Keli Ali

Kelli Ali & Voyage-Air 

Kelli Ali: Joining her first band when she was sixteen, Kelli Ali, found success in the music world early on. In her twenties, she toured the world as the lead vocalist for The Sneaker Pimps, a trip-hop band with a cult following. After leaving the band, Ali found herself signed to One Little Indian record label and went on to release two solo albums, Tiger Mouth and Psychic Cat. In addition to writing and performing, Ali found time to do background vocals on records with Linkin Park, and Bryan Ferry. She also did collaborative records with Bootsy Collins and Millenia Nova.

 

Web site - YouTube video

Guitar Party in Los Angeles!

Put together Voyage-Air guitars, Mermaid Manor, and some very notable figures in the music industry and what do you get? A Voyage-Air guitar party in Los Angeles!

Pictured here is Brian Ray (right), posing with Jeff Cohen of Voyage-Air Guitar. Brian plays on stage with the Paul McCartney band, and made a startling announcement at the party that night.

Mumford & Sons

The achievements of Mumford & Sons since the release of Sigh No More has been a success story rarely matched of recent years.  It’s a story, however, that has been written and mapped out on the road. From a ten-day live adventure across India, to sold-out arenas in America and Australia, and from the festival fields of Europe, to impromptu parks on the Railroad Revival Tour in America, each and every town and city that has welcomed the band has been treated to a jubilant and suitably intimate performance, regardless of the size of venue.  The band’s debut album Sigh No More (which has sold in excess of 4 million copies) has won a UK Brit Award in 2010 (Best Album), and was nominated for the prestigious Mercury Prize Award in the same year. Outside of Britain, Mumford & Sons picked up two Grammy nominations (Best New Artist, Best Rock Song), and put in a typically energized live performance alongside Bob Dylan covering Maggie’s Farm at the awards themselves.
Mumford & Sons

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