Born in Bay Shore, NY
(never mind when)
Having grown up in New York, George has played in numerous bands throughout the Tri-State area since 1976. In 1981 George founded "Cintron." Developing the band into one of the top live acts around, he played over 1500 shows including appearances with Zebra, Twisted Sister, Rat Race Choir, Ritchie Blackmore, Joe Perry, Edgar and Johnny Winter and Mountain. He released a self-titled EP in 1983.
For three years George performed Guitar and vocals for Enrique Iglesias. Over the course of three world tours, he performed over 150 concerts and numerous television programs, including The Tonight Show and Dick Clark’s New Year’s Eve Special. Milestones include playing Madison Square Garden and The American Music Awards.
In 1995 he was a founding member, along with Danny Miranda and Bobby Rondinelli, of Pyramid. The group is still together. In 2000 he joined the West coast tour of the Trans Siberian Orchestra for their annual tour.
George is an accomplished studio musician having recorded with artists including Blue Oyster Cult, Leslie West, Danger Danger and The Good Rats.
In 2004 we were fortunate enough to have George join Windborne's Music of Led Zeppelin Tour but during the summer of 2005, George was on hiatus from the show and headed to Las Vegas to perform in the “Queen” based show "We Will Rock You." He returned to the tour in October of 2005. George has been involved with writing and recording various original projects since 2000.
What equipment/instruments do you use?
"Steinburger w/ Trans Trem, Pod
2.0, Roland guitar synth, Cry Baby Wah"
Who are some of your musical influences:
"Jeff Beck, Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix, Jimmy Page, Eddie Van Halen, Joe
Satriani, Sting, Mark Hitt"
Tell us about "The Music of Led
Zeppelin" show and how it impacts you:
"This is music that I dreamed of playing. To be able to do it in this fresh
way with these super talented people is a dream."
What's on your IPod?:
" Govt Mule, The Police, Beatles, Garbage
and lots of guitar players."