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Guitar Virtuoso Roman Miroshnichenko Took Part In A Global Musical Mission With Simon Phillips, Stu Hamm, Charlie Bisharat And Others.

Guitar Virtuoso Roman Miroshnichenko Took Part In A Global Musical Mission With Simon Phillips, Stu Hamm, Charlie Bisharat And Others.
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40 artists across 7 countries share one message in the song-payer: Grammy Award winning violinist Charlie Bisharat, Grammy nominee and legendary drummer Simon Phillips, bassist Stu Hamm, Indian singer Dr. Palash Sen, to name a few.
Working alongside renown Pakistani producer Kashan Admani, multi Award-winning guitar virtuoso Roman Miroshnichenko recorded the main acoustic guitar parts for the single ‘We Are One’ featuring famous musicians from all over the world.

Top musical talent collaborated on a project with the message of hope and positivity in these testing times: Grammy Award winning violinist Charlie Bisharat, Grammy nominee and legendary drummer Simon Phillips, Indian act Euphoria’s front-man, Dr. Palash Sen, Brazilian singer-songwriter, actress and dancer Luiza Prochet, bassist Stu Hamm, British singer-songwriter Lili Caseley and world renown percussionist Gumbi Ortiz.

“Music has a unique quality to unite people regardless of their religion or political beliefs and spread positive energy around. This is a really good idea to bring great musicians together to create together, even though they are isolated, to give hope to people all over the world and show that humanity continues to live and fight against the pandemic,"- says Roman Miroshnichenko.

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