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Joe Satriani (born on July 15, 1956, in Westbury, New York) is an instrumental rock guitarist and teacher. He is recognized virtuoso of the rock guitar. His success is notable in a genre typically unfriendly to instrumental musicians. Joe Satriani has received 13 Grammy nominations, and he has sold more than 7 million albums worldwide. Fans refer to him as "Satch" while some guitarists call him "Saint Joe".

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During the 1970's, Joe Satriani began teaching guitar, with his most notable student being fellow Long Island native Steve Vai. In 1978, he moved to Berkeley, California to pursue a music career. He continued to teach guitar in California, and his students included David Bryson (Counting Crows), Kirk Hammett (Metallica), Ler LaLonde (Primus) and Charlie Hunter.

In 1987, Joe Satriani's album Surfing With the Alien produced popular radio hits, and was the first all-instrumental release to chart so highly in many years. Joe Satriani also toured Australia and New Zealand with Mick Jagger in support of The Rolling Stones singer's solo album.

In 1992, Joe Satriani released The Extremist, his most critically acclaimed and commercially successful album to date. Radio stations across the country were quick to pick up on "Summer Song", while "Crying", "Friends" and the title track were regional hits. The album is now considered a rock classic.

Joe Satriani is recognized as one of the most technically proficient guitarists in rock. He has mastered nearly every performance technique on the instrument, including two-handed tapping, sweep picking, volume swells, harmonics, and extreme whammy bar effects. One of his trademark compositional traits is the use of Pitch Axis Theory which he applies with a variety of modes.