Multi Emmy Award winning Brian Tarquin is an established top rate composer/guitarist. He has won 3 Emmy's for “Outstanding Achievement in Music Direction and Composition for a Drama Series” and has been nominated for an Emmy 6 times. In 2019 Tarquin’s producing, performing and engineering received him a Gold-Global Music Award for “Best Album”. Three years in a row (2016-2019) Tarquin received “Best Album Of The Year” nominations from the Independent Music Awards for his releases Guitars For Wounded Warriors, Orlando In Heaven and Guitars For Veterans.

Jungle Room Studios is an extensive analog/digital studio located in the beautiful New York Catskill mountains featuring a classic 1980’s British Trident 24 recording console, an Otari MTR 90 2” Analog Tape Machine, a vintage Ampex 440c 1/4” 2 track analog tape machine, Pro Tools, Logic Pro X, Final Cut Pro, a plethora of plug-ins and many pieces of classic outboard gear as, the Neve Compressor 33609, Rupert Neve Designs Portico II Master Buss Processor, Neve 1074, Chandler ltd Germanium Compressor and a host of other gear including an array of microphones, guitars & amplifiers. In his studio Brian has recorded/produced such guitar greats as fusion icon Larry Coryell, Steve Morse, Ron ‘Bumblefoot’ Thal, Leslie West, Mike Stern, Chuck Loeb, Frank Gambale, bass virtuosos Billy Sheehan, Randy Coven & Tony Franklin as well as classic rock singers Jeff Scott Soto (Journey, Trans-Siberian Orchestra) and Phil Naro (Talas, Julian Lennon). Jungle Room Studios has been featured in Mix, Guitar Player, Vintage Guitar, Progression and Recording magazines.

Jungle Room Studios is also where Tarquin records many of the releases for his record label BHP MUSIC/GUITAR TRAX, specializing in instrumental guitar music. The label releases the Guitar Master Series featuring legends: Jeff Beck, BB King, Santana, Jimmy Page, Joe Satriani, Zakk Wylde, Stanley Clarke, Billy Sheehan to name a few. The releases were composed, compiled and produced by Tarquin, receiving rave reviews from Guitar Player, Guitar World and Vintage Guitar Magazines.

Tarquin also has a radio show called Guitar Trax on WFIT 89.5FM on the Florida Space Coast, which can be streamed on He hosts in depth interviews with world-renowned guitarists every Monday night from 10pm-Midnight.