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CELLULOID DEBRIS

NEW ALBUM RELEASE

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     CELLULOID DEBRIS is the long-awaited follow-up album to American Matador and EE Ticket. It is the first guitar instrumental album in over 25 years for Marc Bonilla. Back in 1993, Bonilla became heavily involved with film scoring, working with several notable composers and then carving a name for himself in the world of TV and film, earning an Emmy nomination and working on several prominent films and television shows.

     Bonilla felt that after 25 years of working with so many of his constituents, it was time to turn the attention and experience he had collected toward another personal musical pursuit – a new guitar instrumental album. The approach needed to be different and at the same time reflect the experience and knowledge acquired over the past quarter century by working with so many respected artists.

     The album is an exercise in guitar orchestration. Bonilla approaches the guitar like an multi-orchestrational instrument – blending and overlaying a formidable amount of guitar tracks much in the way an orchestrator would parcel out a score to various members of the symphony. The result is a new way to feature the colors and timbres of the instrument, while keeping composition and virtuosity at the forefront. CELLULOID DEBRIS brings symphonic dynamics to rock instrumental guitar, all the while being accompanied by some of the most highly-respected artists in the music business.

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CELLULOID DEBRIS

NEW ALBUM RELEASE

Celluloid Debris 300

     CELLULOID DEBRIS is the long-awaited follow-up album to American Matador and EE Ticket. It is the first guitar instrumental album in over 25 years for Marc Bonilla. Back in 1993, Bonilla became heavily involved with film scoring, working with several notable composers and then carving a name for himself in the world of TV and film, earning an Emmy nomination and working on several prominent films and television shows.

     Bonilla felt that after 25 years of working with so many of his constituents, it was time to turn the attention and experience he had collected toward another personal musical pursuit – a new guitar instrumental album. The approach needed to be different and at the same time reflect the experience and knowledge acquired over the past quarter century by working with so many respected artists.

     The album is an exercise in guitar orchestration. Bonilla approaches the guitar like an multi-orchestrational instrument – blending and overlaying a formidable amount of guitar tracks much in the way an orchestrator would parcel out a score to various members of the symphony. The result is a new way to feature the colors and timbres of the instrument, while keeping composition and virtuosity at the forefront. CELLULOID DEBRIS brings symphonic dynamics to rock instrumental guitar, all the while being accompanied by some of the most highly-respected artists in the music business.

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Marc Bonilla

A BRIEF HISTORY OF TIME

Marc Bonilla has played guitar and toured with Warner Bros. recording artists Toy Matinee along with producer/composer Kevin Gilbert as well as recording two critically-acclaimed guitar instrumental albums for Reprise, “EE Ticket” and “American Matador” and is about to release a third highly-anticipated album “Celluloid Debris”.

He has also produced, recorded and performed with several artists including Keith Emerson, Ronnie Montrose, Gamma, Glenn Hughes (Deep Purple), Eddie Jobson (U.K.), Edgar Winter, Ambrosia, Derek Smalls (Spinal Tap), and CTA with Hall of Famer Danny Seraphine and Bill Champlin of Chicago.

In addition to live performance he has also earned an Emmy nomination for his compositional work and recently completed six seasons with Steve Porcaro on the hit series “Justified”. He has also performed with several orchestras throughout the world in China, Mongolia, London, Birmingham, Russia and Germany. The most current releases being “Three Fates Project” with the Munich Radio Orchestra and “Beyond The Stars” with the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields, conducted by Maestro Terje Mikkelsen.

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TIME (From Thomas Lang's "ProgPop" Featuring Marc Bonilla on vocals & guitar)

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