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Brian Tarquin Talks About ‘Beyond the Warrior’s Eyes’ and Gives Us a Special Studio Tour

Brian Tarquin
Brian Tarquin

Emmy Award-winning artist Brian Tarquin recently released his new benefit album for our country's veterans entitled Beyond the Warrior's Eyes, featuring some of the best musicians on the planet, including Jean Luc Ponty, Eric Johnson, Robben Ford, Steve Morse, Dean Brown, Hal Lindes (Dire Straits), Chris Poland (Megadeth), John Tropea (Billy Cobham), Steve Kindler (Jeff Beck), Carl Verheyen (Supertramp) & Larry McCray (John Mayall), the late Phil Naro. The album is a follow-up to his 2023 album Brothers in Arms.

After debuting at number nine on the Relix Jam Band charts, Beyond the Warrior's Eyes continues to get significant radio play and has become an instant classic–a true testament to the fact that the line separating production and commercial music is gone. 

We sat down with Brian in his studio in Florida and talked about the making of this modern instrumental classic album. As an added treat, he toured us around the studio and talked about his favorite equipment.


Watch APM Music's exclusive interview with Brian Tarquin. 


Listen to Beyond the Warrior's Eyes

Brian Tarquin

Beyond The Warrior’s Eyes mission is to support the charity Hope for the Warriors, a group that provides medical care, mental health counseling, professional training and education, physical conditioning, and transition services for wounded, ill, and injured Marines and Navy members.  

Visit the special Beyond the Warrior's Eyes donation Page 

All tracks are available for licensing through APM Music. 


About Brian Tarquin 

Multi-Emmy award-winning Brian Tarquin is an established top-rate composer/guitarist/producer. His music has been heard by tens of millions on a plethora of television and film scores such as CSI, Ellen, Extra, TMZ, 60 Minutes, Sex and the City, 20/20, SNL, Godzilla, Seinfeld, Cheers, Charmed, Good Morning America, The Watcher (Keanu Reeves), Desert Heat (Van Damme), The Sender (R. Lee Ermey), and National Lampoon’s Repli-Kate (Ali Landry) to name a few.


He has won three Emmys for “Outstanding Achievement in Music Direction and Composition for a Drama Series” and has been nominated for an Emmy six times. In 2022 & 2023 the Josie Music Awards nominated Tarquin for "Musician of the Year (Guitar)" and "Music Producer of the Year." 


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