Star Licks Productions (also known as StarLicks) was an instructional music publishing company conceived by Mark Freed and co-founded by Andrew Cross and Robert Decker. The company was at the forefront of creating instructional videos featuring well-known musicians demonstrating their unique musical styles and techniques on-camera.
In 1984, the company's video portfolio debuted with a wide-ranging group of musicians including: Brian May of Queen, Steve Lukather of Toto, Tony Iommi of Black Sabbath, Al McKay of Earth, Wind & Fire, Carlos Cavazo of Quiet Riot, Louis Johnson of The Brothers Johnson, noted country guitarist, Albert Lee, and acclaimed guitarist/educator Wolf Marshall."
|Star Licks Productions|
Star Licks / Star Guitar logos (1983)
|Founder||Mark Freed, Andrew Cross, Robert Decker|
|Headquarters||Santa Monica, CA|
|Wolf Marshall, Al Lapin Jr. Rex Olson|
Star Licks Lead Guitar Series|
Star Licks Master Series
Star Licks Master Sessions
|Services||Instructional Video/Audio products|
|Parent||Hal Leonard Corporation|