Guitarist of the Month - May - Storm Ulibarri from 24 Thorns
Every month, we go on the hunt to source out the best guitarists everywhere in 2017’s new and growing music scenes from all over the world. For the month of May, we have the pleasure of introducing you to Storm Ulibarri from Arizona based heavy rock band 24 Thorns.
Born and raised in Concho Arizona, Storm took an interest in the guitar at a young age. He picked up the guitar from the ripe age of 15 years old, and taught himself how to play the instrument and everything he knows, which has lead him to embark on many musical adventures ever since.
Storm found his passion for music through the liking and inspiration of Black Sabbath, Kurt Cobain, Dime Bag Darrell, Randy Rhodes and even took a liking to classical guitar.
Starting with the classic garage band formed with other friends who also played music and as most music careers do, Storm started out performing covers, which lead him to writing his own material that we here at BXMMAG are all taking a strong liking to today. For the past 5 years, Storm has been a dedicated and devoted member of the heavy rock band 24 Thorns, who were established in January 2009. Storm was fortunate enough to meet the band while playing on the same bill with Storm’s previous band.
“Since joining 24 Thorns, it’s been the best experience and I love the dynamics, versatility and freedom I get from playing in this band.” - Storm Ulibarri
Storm has been described as a well-rounded guitarist who’s skills are transcending and profound, and after listening to Storm’s guitar solos, we can definitely agree with that statement! Storm adds a unique character to 24 Thorns sound and we look forward to hearing all the amazing solos he continues to create through-out his career.
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