Doc Watson (1923-2012) A Personal Tribute
Nov 8 2012 12:00AM
MY FIRST TASTE OF DOC WATSON’S genius came from Country Music and Bluegrass at Newport: 1963—a compilation of live performances culled from the Newport Folk Festival.
Albert Lee and John Jorgenson
Feb 13 2012 12:00AM
A show featuring either John Jorgenson or Albert Lee tearing through a country tune is enough to make a guitar lover’s heart flutter
Johnny Hiland Is All Fired Up
Oct 4 2011 12:45PM
If everyone in Nashville knows the name of a guitarist, that’s really saying something. In a town where every fry cook is seemingly the best picker you’ve ever heard, it takes a lot to get noticed. But that’s what happened to
Resolution: Rob Ickes Tears Down Walls, Builds Bridges, and Resonates Across Genres
Aug 16 2011 12:00AM
OUT OF THE HOTBED OF BLUEGRASS talent that is San Mateo, California, one Robert Ickes emerged, picking up the resonator guitar (actually laying it across his lap) more than 30 years ago.
Tony Joe White
Jan 1 2011 1:00AM
In America Tony Joe White is known largely for his 1969 hit “Polk Salad Annie.”
Christopher Guest, David Nichtern, and CJ Vanston - The Beyman Bros.
Jun 1 2009 2:25AM
THE BEYMAN BROS. ARE ACTUALLY NOT brothers per se, they’re Christopher Guest and David Nichtern (with help from their little bro, CJ Vanston). The two childhood friends have been playing music together for decades, but their
Kiko Loureiro on Cross-Picked and Hybrid-Picked Arpeggios
Under Investigation: The Soulful Guitarists of James Brown
Rhythm Workshop: Sixteenth-Note Funk
Under Investigation: Eddie Cochran
Joel Hoekstra Takes A Minor Out
proud Dad moment
Eric Johnson Humbucker Pickups or SD Seth Lover ?
Help/advice with Schaller 455 bridge, please. . .
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