Posts Tagged ‘Borislav Mitic’

Borislav Mitic: Master of Strings

September 4th, 2005

Borislav Mitic: Master of Strings
Interviewed by “EvilG”

In my opinion, Borislav Mitic is one of, if not the, best up and coming guitar instrumentalists out there today! This is not blowing smoke, this is how I felt when I heard his debut CD on Shrapnel Records and now with his re-released Fantasy album. I consider this to be one of the better interviews I’ve done so far thanks to the great amount of detail that Borislav took the time to go into with me – especially on the topic of his classical influences and background.  So read on, and learn more about this great guitarist.

I’d just like to point out that Borislav will be writing a column in entitled Beyond The Music. It’s part album diary and part guitar lesson so it will appeal to both musicians and to fans curious about  the behind the scenes of the recording of an album. Anyway, enough of my inane ranting, on to the interview.


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Borislav Mitic

August 24th, 2005

An Interview With Canada’s (imported) Guitar God – Borislav Mitic

Interviewed in August 1999 by EvilG

Yugoslavian guitarist, Borislav Mitic has immigrated to Canada thereby putting Canada on the guitar god map with his debut CD for the now legendary Shrapnel label. Still virtually unknown to the masses, Borislav’s unique blend of cultural influences with his Yngwie-like shredding capability will no doubt make a huge impact on fans of heavy instrumental guitar music. I was lucky enough to speak with Borislav at length concerning his guitar playing, music and about Yugoslavia. For me it was quite an interesting interview.

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