Ray Russell Lights Fusion's Fuse on 'Now, More Than Ever'
Nov 7 2013 1:58AM
RENOWNED BRITISH GUITARIST AND COMPOSER RAY RUSSELL HAS PLAYED ON countless singles, albums, and film and television soundtracks as a session musician, in addition to releasing more than a dozen albums of original music as a solo
Guthrie Govan Ascends to Prog-Rock Royalty with the Aristocrats
Sep 5 2013 1:35PM
GUTHRIE GOVAN (RHYMES WITH OVEN) IS AN INCREASINGLY HOT commodity.
Debashish Bhattacharya Recasts Indian Slide Guitar
Aug 19 2013 11:46AM
"I have worked with many Indian and Western masters of music since 1993, so I could not resist asking some of them to play on my 50th birthday album,” says celebrated Indian slide-guitar virtuoso Debashish Bhattacharya.
Steve Lukather Bonus Interview Outtakes From His August 2013 GP Feature
Jul 9 2013 1:47PM
Steve Lukather, no surprise, loves to talk guitar. This interview, conducted at the guitarist’s Los Angeles home in May of 2013, went over three-and-a-half hours in duration. And Luke, as he is known to his fans and friends,
Allan Holdsworth on Reissuing His SynthAxe Opus, FLATTire
Jun 4 2013 1:29PM
ALLAN HOLDSWORTH’S 2001 ALBUM, FLATTIRE: MUSIC for a Non-Existent Movie [reissued this year by Moonjune], opens with a plaintive guitar solo—the only guitar part on the record—floating over a cacophonous mélange of chaotically
Tommy Tedesco's Studio Log, February 1979
Apr 29 2013 1:54PM
Changing parts to make a score more playable is one of many tricks Tedesco uses to make a session successful
Tommy Tedesco's Studio Log, December 1978
Apr 24 2013 1:04PM
Tedesco calls on past experiences to make this date a success
Tommy Tedesco's Studio Log, May 1978
Apr 5 2013 2:37PM
A live gig at the Baked Potato in Hollywood helps Tedesco clear his head from 20 years of studio work
Tommy Tedesco's Studio Log, March 1978
Apr 3 2013 7:04PM
Tedesco talks about the three things that can cause a green studio player to crash and burn
Listening to the Future: Kurt Rosenwinkel On 'Star of Jupiter' and Beyond
Mar 26 2013 8:58AM
Kurt Rosenwinkel came to pro minence in the early ’90s, playing with jazz legends vibraphonist Gary Burton and drummer Paul Motian, as well as hip contemporaries such as saxophonists Chris Potter, Saemus Blake, Mark Turner,
Tommy Tedesco's Studio Log, October 1977
Mar 25 2013 2:53PM
In this October 1977 Studio Log, Tedesco gets a Dan Armstrong Orange Squeezer compressor and rocks out on three Awards shows
Don’t Call Him Country: Nashville's Guthrie Trapp Gives Fusion Some Roots
Mar 25 2013 9:43AM
Four nights a week in Nashville you can see the Don Kelly Band honky tonkin’ at Robert’s Western World on Broadway.
FAT Fusion, Alex Machacek's High-Tech Low-Budget Prog Rock Production Practices
Mar 13 2013 2:04PM
If you step offstage and someone asks you what amp or distortion box you used, it’s usually to compliment your playing and tone
Double-Edged Sword, The Dangerous Jazz-Rock Attack of Scott Henderson
Mar 13 2013 1:30PM
A good jazz-rock guitarist impresses dyed-in-thewool rockers with his ability to swing, and jazzbos with his ability to “bring the rock.”
This Time It’s Personal, How One Broken String Drove Charlie Hunter Back to His Guitaristic Roots
Mar 5 2013 12:00AM
With a bold musical imagination, and more than ample technique to support it, Charlie Hunter has never been a conventional guitarist.
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You're Playing It Wrong: "Green Oniions"
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