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| The Day The Music Died: 50 Years Without Buddly Holly|
Buddy Holly is one of the most influential pioneers of rock and roll. From The Beatles to Weezer, many have been inspired by his work. 50 years from his tragic death in a plane crash, we remember his work.
"Solid Air” Singer-Songwriter John Martyn Dead at 60
British singer-songwriter John Martyn, best known for his 1973 album Solid Air, died today, January 29th, at the age of 60. A note on Martyn’s official Website reads, “With heavy heart and an unbearable sense of loss we must announce that John died this morning.
Jeff Beck's Secret Pedalboard
Quite often, Jeff Beck is quoted as having no FX onstage. However...some research will reveal he's well equipped onstage...with something other than his magic fingers!
Gibson Releases the Jeff Beck Oxblood Les Paul
Here's a damn fine guitar...Many great off-the-shelf electric guitars have had their reputations elevated by the legendary artists who have played them. Once in a while, however, a heavily modified instrument is used to make such groundbreaking music that the erstwhile “one-off” becomes iconic in and of itself.
Rare Video – Jeff Beck Plays His ’54 Oxblood Les Paul
Jeff Beck’s 1954 Oxblood-finish Les Paul is one of rock’s touchstone guitars, the legendary guitarist’s ax of choice in the early ‘70s and an instrument Gibson Custom recently recreated.
Another Reality TV Success Story
Blur-judged reality TV show winner heading for the charts this weekend...
Fall Out Boy cover “The Simpsons” Theme
Fall Out Boy have become the latest rockers to take on the iconic Simpsons theme for an episode of the animated series.
Lynyrd Skynyrd Keyboardist Billy Powell Dead at 56
Billy Powell, keyboardist for 1970s Southern rockers Lynyrd Skynyrd, died early Wednesday morning at his Orange Park,
Linkin Park songs look the same!
The standard Linkin Park structure looks like this:
Artists Profile: Portishead, Orange Amps and Vintage Synths
The members of Portishead — Beth Gibbons, Adrian Utley and Barrow — hadn’t made a proper studio record since 1997’s Portishead (Go! Discs/London), the follow-up to their own gi-normous debut, Dummy
Watch John Power (The La's) Video
The official website for The Beat Goes On exhibition at the World Museum in Liverpool has just uploaded a video from John Power, former bassist with local legends The La's...find out more.
Starsailor Release New Single Featuring Ronnie Wood on Guitar
2nd March 2009 sees the release of Tell Me It’s Not Over the new single from Starsailor. One of the tracks will feature Rolling Stone guitar legend Ronnie Wood.
Eugene Rousseau: The King of the Classical Saxophone
The legendary musician, scholar and Yamaha artist Eugene Rousseau is widely considered to be one of the greatest saxophone players in the world.
Oasis' Noel Gallagher: 'I'm average at guitar'
Noel says he's not that great – and Paul Weller agrees.
Band Website Displays Copyright Claim from its Own Label
The above screenshot, taken earlier today, shows a video posted to Death Cab for Cutie’s Official Website
White Lies' Debut Album Goes To #1 In the UK
The dark, synth indie band took their 80's-loving debut album straight to the top! Find out more - plus White Lies Gear Guide!
Black Lips Indian tour ends in chaos as band are forced to flee from police
Black Lips are a hottly-tipped band from Atlanta, USA. But their disastrous tour in India was labelled 'a cultural clashing sh*t storm' by the band...
Alter Bridge frontman confirms that he’s rehearsed with Led Zep!
At last Myles Kennedy, vocalist/guitarist for Alter Bridge (the band that also features guitarist Mark Tremonti), has confirmed the rumours were true; that he has indeed rehearsed with Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones – and has described the experience of jamming with his heroes as “surreal.”
Tonight: Franz Ferdinand. D.I.Y. Studio for new album
Tonight: Franz Ferdinand. It’s a typically detailed affair from this habitually detail-stuffed band. Kapranos talks about the “narcotic” elements of the song, a throbbing funk number with razor-sharp guitar riffs;
Duane Allman’s Tone Quest and gear Guide
Duane Allman is widely regarded as one of the best guitarists from the late 60's/ 70's. His untimely death in 1971, aged 24, prevented him from achieving the same popularity as pal Eric Clapton...but even as recently as 2003, Rolling Stone magazine voted him number two in their '100 Best Guitarists Of All Time'. Find out more...
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