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, November 1978
Apr 22 2013 1:58PM
Tedesco discusses the perils of direct-to-disc recording
Tommy Tedesco's Studio Log, October 1978
Apr 18 2013 1:19PM
Tedesco explains how a score that appears challenging can often be easier to play than something that looks simple
Tommy Tedesco's Studio Log, September 1978
Apr 17 2013 1:40PM
Tedesco forms a jazz group, makes an album, and hones his ability to play in odd time
Now Hear This: Sean Spicer
Apr 16 2013 1:39PM
THAT NASHVILLE-BASED PRAISE AND WORSHIP guitarist Sean Spicer likes to keep busy doing many different things is somewhat of an understatement.
Epic Songs with Epic Meaning: Marillon's Steve Rothery Digs Deep into Complex Sounds and Themes
Apr 16 2013 1:31PM
MARILLION HAS ALWAYS HAD A FEARLESS STREAK ABOUT IT. SINCE ITS debut in 1979, the British band has reimagined progressive rock on an ongoing basis by infusing it with contemporary rock, pop, and folk influences.
Tommy Tedesco's Studio Log, July 1978
Apr 15 2013 1:56PM
Tedesco offers some strategies for dealing with music that looks to be "unplayable"
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
Tommy Tedesco's Studio Log, February 1978
Apr 1 2013 4:29PM
Tedesco discusses the importance of knowing what to leave out when tackling a tough piece of music
Tommy Tedesco's Studio Log, January 1978
Mar 28 2013 5:09PM
Tedesco talks about working for composer Artie Kane on the scoring stage for the film "Looking for Mr. Goodbar," which was directed by Richard Brooks
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
Under Investigation: Billy Cobham's 'Spectrum'
Rhythm Workshop: Sliding Fourths
Style Study: Buddy Guy and Guitar Slim
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You're Playing It Wrong: "Green Oniions"
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