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Welcome to the Official Website of Acoustic Double-Neck Guitarist Ian Ethan Case and the home of Open Land Music.

FREE TRACK: "The Gift", a looping composition featuring over 90 layers of double-neck guitar, voice, percussion, and fretless guitar. Click here to listen and/or download the track for free!

NPR Feature



Ian's music was recently featured on the NPR program "Here & Now", airing on virtually every NPR station in the U.S., in a program highlighting the new Hollis NH-based radio series known as Dream Farm Radio, where Ian previously interviewed.

You can listen to the archived NPR segment here, which also features the music of saxophonist Daniel Bennett and 4-time Grammy-winning cellist Eugene Friesen. Huge thanks to Dream Farm host Julie Lavender (herself a talented jazz singer/songwriter) for the feature!

(Feb. 5) New HD Video! - "The Comforter"

Our second HD video features Ian's solo double-neck piece "The Comforter". The performance was filmed and recorded at Ceaser Photography (CeaserPhotography.com) last October, and was edited at Studio 101A in Amherst, NH, Feb. 2014.

Our first HD video (below), also filmed by Ceaser Photography (July 2013), features a 100% realtime, on-the-spot, single-pass live looping performance of a composition which along with "The Comforter" is being recorded for the upcoming solo album due out fall 2014.

Ian Performs at Muriel Anderson's All-Star Guitar Night @ NAMM, Jan. 2013

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Photo credit: Daren Cornell

On January 26 Ian performed at the premier event at Winter NAMM, Muriel Anderson's All-Star Guitar Night, sharing the stage with guitar and bass greats Robben Ford, Victor Wooten, Stanley Jordan, Stu Hamm, Mimi Fox, and of course show host Muriel Anderson, among others. Check out the many great photos on the All-Star Guitar Night website, or on Ian's Facebook page!

Our heartfelt thanks to Kyser Capos, LR Baggs pickups, and Monster Cable for supporting Ian's performance.

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