“In 2016 or 2017 Steve Cook from TCG Entertainment contacted me. I jumped in and offered to put together a band for some shows and do some orchestration. I needed someone to help me with the design, keyboard effects.
“We ended up going on tour with that show, which included a full 60-piece orchestra,” Ino continued. “At the various shows produced by TCG, I am fortunate enough to play a wide variety of music. Cirque Musica is definitely a different experience as it is mostly an arena. It’s not like playing with a show.”
hit song embellishment
Landslide will join the DPO for the first Rockin’ Orchestra Series concert of the 2022-2023 season. The program includes certified chart hits like “Dreams” and “Don’t Stop,” as well as tracks from his fan-favorite albums like “Second Hand News” and “Gold Dust Woman.” Having played the role of Lindsey Buckingham on Landslide for several years, her Ino finds it difficult to single out one musical highlight from the show.
“Oh, it’s hard,” he said. “From my experience doing this show, ‘Landslide’ is obviously huge. Every song is familiar and very enjoyable.
“We open with ‘Go Your Own Way’ and it’s a lot of fun,” Ino continued. “It’s a very recognizable hit, so it starts right out loud. The song usually just starts with an acoustic guitar, but instead it starts with strings. It’s a different vibe, and it’s really good. We thought, ‘ Tusk, and it’s really cool to play with the orchestra. That song has some surprises in the way Jennifer orchestrated it. ”
The TCG show is just one part of Ino’s busy schedule. The Pittsburgh native is currently keyboardist, guitarist and music director for Tommy DeCarlo, Boston singer, Asian keyboardist featuring John Payne, keyboardist and saxophonist for a multi-singer show called Voices of Classic Rock. increase.
Ino was a member of Survivor from 2011 to 2017 and has also worked with acts such as former Foreigner vocalist Lou Gramm, The Babies, Wilson Phillips, Denny Lane and Eagles of Death Metal. Working on multiple projects is a trait he shares with other players on his Landslide.
“I’m really looking forward to this show,” Ino said. “The bands I put together are all LA pros. A rotating cast that tours and performs together, but when it comes to doing these orchestral shows, they love playing with each other.
“I definitely count my blessings,” added Ino. ?” I have to say. Fortunately, I consider myself a hard worker. A lot of the time it’s scary, but at the same time, a lot of hard work gets you to the place. ”
The Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra’s Rockin’ Orchestra Series will follow Windbourne Music’s Pink Floyd Show on November 12th.
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what: Landslide: The Music of Fleetwood Mac Presented by the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra
Where: Schuster Center, Second and Main Streets, Dayton
when: Saturday, September 24th at 7:30pm
More information: 937-228-3630 or www.daytonlive.org