Nili Brosh is part of a new generation of guitarists. Both a solo artist and a sidewoman, Nili currently plays with Danny Elfman, Cirque du Soleil, Dethklok, as well as her original band.
Born in Israel, raised in Massachusetts, and educated at Berklee College of Music, Nili has performed with Steve Vai, Paul Gilbert, Tony MacAlpine, Andy Timmons, Guthrie Govan/The Aristocrats, Stu Hamm, Jennifer Batten, Gretchen Menn, DragonForce, Jeff Loomis, Alphonso Johnson, and The Iron Maidens. Nili has also released three solo albums (Through The Looking Glass, 2010, A Matter of Perception, 2014, and Spectrum, 2019), the material from which she performs and gives clinics on.
Additionally, Nili has written a lesson column for Premier Guitar magazine, released several courses with JTC Guitar, and recorded guitars on Danny Elfman’s 2021 and 2022 releases “Big Mess”, “Bigger. Messier.”
In this exclusive interview with The Trout, Nili talks about her career and musical style and where her path to musical success.