Christian Vegh, releasing his first single on Mi5 Recordings Universal Music Group, is a “young guitar prodigy and singer with an old soul”. Born in Detroit, he is a 2019 graduate of the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston, he has received the American Federation of Musicians “Charles McDaniel Award”, “Brotherhood of the Guitar”, Biz X International Magazine “Artist of the Year”, Berklee College of Music Scholarship, Generation Blues Scholarship. Christian mixes the blues with contemporary pop and fronts his own band as the lead singer.

Though a young artist, Christian has worked with many high profile artists and producers which include; Warren Huart (Producer for Aerosmith); You-tube giant Spectre Media Group. His music from “Can you play Metal on a Telecaster?” was featured in Guitar World and Guitar Player & Ultimate Guitar Magazines receiving millions of views. Tony Franklin (The Firm), Greg D’Angelo (White Lion), Gregg Bissonette and Ringo Star Allstar Band, Matt Bissonette (Elton John), Matt Starr (Mr. Bigg), Stacy Heydon (David Bowie) and Marty Bak (Tea Party) just name a few. He has shared the stage with Robyn Ford, Victor Wooten, Steve Vai, Scott Holt and Suzie McNeal and performed at NAAM – California and Nashville, Musikmesse – Germany, Detroit River Walk Festival, Windsor Bluesfest, Motor City Muscle Hart Plaza, Royal Oak Arts Beats and Eats, International Children’s Games, BB Kings, Nashville Civic Center and Caesars Windsor…

Vegh was also named to the “Brotherhood of the Guitar” in, which recognizes the top 16 guitarists Internationally (21yrs. & under), sponsored by Ernie Ball Guitars, Music Man and Guitar Center.

Christian gives back to the community that has been so supportive of his development as a musician through charity events and fundraisers. “Christian Vegh Rocks the Capital” a multimedia Art/Music event raised scholarships for the Windsor Symphony Orchestra High School Education Program Sponsorship”; The “Christian Vegh Windsor Symphony Orchestra Scholarship for SoCA – University of Windsor”; the St. Clair College Performing Arts Scholarship and the “Christian Vegh Windsor Symphony Youth Orchestra Annual Scholarships”.

Christian has been a “Me to We” speaker/performer, received a grant for the “Think Global/Act Local” seniors/youth engagement music program and wrote a theme song for an anti-addiction youth engagement program winning a scholarship. He teaches Master Classes, Guitar Clinics and has taught the Blues School Program with the Canada South Blues Society.