Dutch classical guitarist Thomas Zwijsen released his second album Nylonized on March 11, 2014. His first album, Nylon Maiden (2013), contained 11 arrangements of Iron Maiden tracks on classical guitar. Nylonized contains tracks from several artists and original compositions.
Among the twelve guest musicians on the album are:
Kee Marcello (Europe - guitar)
Derek Sherinian (Dream Theater, Black Country Communion - piano)
David Readman (Pink Cream 69 - vocals)
Damian Wilson (Threshold, Headspace – vocals)
Blaze Bayley (Iron Maiden – vocals)
2. Black Masquerade (Rainbow)
3. Panic Attack (Dream Theater)
4. Behind Blue Eyes (The Who)
5. Flash Of The Blade (Iron Maiden)
6. Poison (Alice Cooper)
7. Twilight Zone (Golden Earring)
8. Highway Star (Deep Purple)
9. Journey To The South
10. Skyfall (Adele)
11. Perfect Storm
12. La Última Canción (Agustín Barrios Mangoré)
Nylonized is mastered by Grammy-nominated Moar Appelbaum, who has worked with artists such as Sepultura, Rob Halford and Adrenaline Mob.
Zwijsen first gained attention with his classic arrangements of Iron Maiden songs on Youtube, which have gotten well over 3 million views. In 2013 he toured the album Nylon Maiden extensively in South America, Europe and the Middle East. He released a tablature book for the ‘Nylon Maiden’ songs with bonus EP in October 2013.
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Ronald Leon Case, beloved husband, father, brother, and friend, passed away on March 18, 2000, in his home in Evanston, Wyoming, after battling cancer. Ron was born September 11, 1944, to Hazel Meriwether and Joseph R. Case in Salt Lake City, Utah, the third of four loved his family and spent many hours outdoors teaching them to camp, canoe, hunt and Dutch-oven cook. He enjoyed his involvement in scouting, and valued his membership in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Ron served a mission for the LDS Church to Australia, returned home in 1965, and married Eileen Allen on January 4, 1968. Ron worked as an electrician and took pleasure in lighting the way. Ever humble, Ron was well known for his service and commitment to easing other's burdens. He is also fondly remembered for spinning rhymes and his good nature. Ron is survived by his wife, Eileen; and his children, Shanna Case, Theron Case (Gena), Ryan Case (Devona), Karen Haymond (Alex), Ruby Perren (Chris), and Lisa Case; six and three-quarters grandchildren; brothers, Raymond Case (Jean), Jack Case (Polly), and David Case (Vicki); as well as many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews. Ron was preceded in death by his parents, Joseph and Hazel Case. Services will be held Tuesday, March 21, 2000, at 10:30 . at the LDS Chapel on 201 Sage Street in Evanston, Wyoming. Family and friends may visit Monday, March 20 from 6-8 . at the Crandall Funeral Home, 800 Uinta, Evanston, WY, and one hour prior to the service at the LDS Chapel. A graveside service will be held at the Larkin Cemetery, 10400 South 1700 East, Sandy, at 2:30 . "Dad, we'll see you in the Spring."