Vito Bratta

American musician Vito Bratta

Vito Bratta is the former lead guitarist and lead songwriter for the 1980s rock band White Lion, playing with the band from 1983 to 1992. He was influenced by Eddie Van Halen, Stevie Ray Vaughan and many other rock and blues guitar players of the 1980s. His playing has been described as melodic, original and technically accomplished, employing two-handed tapping, legato lines, artificial harmonics and various tricks that made him the center of attention on stage.
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01 July 1961

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    Born in 1961.
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