Shambhu

Session Guitarist

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Session guitarist on Carole King Broadway Show preview. Recorded and performed with Paul McCandless, Eugene Friesen, George Brooks, Tony Levin, Carlos Santana, Clarence Clemons, Narada Michael Walden, and others.

An acclaimed guitarist and composer, Shambhu delivers a deeply soulful and self-reflective experience with his third studio album, Soothe, released on February 1, 2017.

The Marin Independent Journal calls Shambhu "A consummate guitarist". Through a blend of folk, Indian and jazz styles, his music eases the busy minds of students, yogis, and the overworked. Common Ground says, “Shambhu is at once precise, skilled, sensitive and inventive way beyond the norm. Soothe overflows with inspired compositions and exquisite performances.”

Shambhu's second album, 'Dreaming of Now" won Best Contemporary Instrumental Album at the ZMR Music Awards (2013). His debut, 'Sacred Love,' won 4 nominations at the ZMR Music Awards (2010)

​Shambhu also played or recorded with guitar legend Carlos Santana, Grammy winning producer/drummer Narada Michael Walden, and E-street saxist Clarence Clemons, among others.

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Terms Of Service

$100 per track for guitar overlays acoustic or electric. This will include 3 versions. Typical turn around 2-3 days.

Gear Highlights
  • Taylor Guitars (electric and acoustic)
  • Line 6 Helix
  • Preamps
  • etc.
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  • Soothe: Review by Bill Binkelman ZONE MUSIC REPORTER ​Jun 29, 2017

    Shambhu
    wields his assorted guitars (electric, acoustic, ukulele) with deft
    artistry across a sizable sonic landscape of stylistic diversity but he
    always keeps things, well, smooth. You will hear
    everything from jazz to instrumental folk to breezy pop to world fusion
    and even a hint of new age on Soothe.