Biography: Randy Rusk
Randy Rusk brings 35 years of musicianship, songwriting, recording, and producing to the table at Omega Music Productions. A native Southern Californian, Randy is a music professor at Saddleback Community College where he teaches classes in both song writing and guitar playing.
He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in music composition from the University of California Irvine. He has also attended the Guitar Institute of Technology and studied with jazz guitar legend Ron Eschete.
Randy began writing and performing his original songs and musical compositions early in his career. He has performed solo and in duos, trios and full bands. His musical diversity covers folk, rock, pop, new wave, new age, fusion, reggae, latin, jazz, country, and classical.
At his core, Randy has always been a singer/songwriter. Playing original music, he has opened for such musical artists as America, Poco, Billy Vera and the Beaters, Toots and the Maytals, and Ziggy Marley.
Performance venues include:
Los Angeles County – The Roxy, Club Lingerie, The Palamino, Highland Grounds, and live over the radio on KNAC.
Orange County – The Coach House, The Golden Bear, The Four Muses, various local clubs, and on both the local cable television channel and the radio station, KSBR.
San Diego County – The Belly Up and Winstons.
Randy even had a short stint performing in France playing with one of the original members of the band “Them,” and sat in with the Robben Ford band.
He is also composing original soundtracks for public service announcements and documentaries for the Legal Aid Society of Orange County and is a composer for hire.
Learn more about Randy and view helpful information at RandyRusk.com