The shred icon's latest album, 'Werewolves of Portland,' is playful, super-entertaining, and combines guitar pyro with melodic sensibilities influenced by the Beatles and Joplin.
The blues superstar reveals his “survival rig” as he tells the tales behind a handful of favorites from his catalog.
Shredding Beethoven through 50-watt Marshall heads, the Swedish guitar god invented neoclassical metal.
How a little naïveté, a lot of preparation, and a '58 Les Paul Junior helped Barre track one of prog's finest albums.
First came the house fire. Then heart surgery. Now Ritenour bounces back with his first ever solo guitar record.
’The Human Condition’ finds the Kentucky stalwarts going all in with big hooks and songs that'll live long in the memory.
Look back at three guitarists who drove hard rock's European evolution with the Scorpions, Golden Earring, and UFO.
Rockabilly's most effectual top cat takes a trip down memory alley and discusses his discography's most significant cuts.
The rock and roll legend on the inspiration and session behind his 1958 string-twanging instrumental hit.
Bach transcriptions, power chords and grasshoppers. Steve Morse reflects on inspired tracks from his long career.
Returning with 'Mind Hive,' the seminal British band have lost none of their fire and fury, nor their contempt for convention.
From '50s teen idol to blues man, Dion keeps the music going on his star-studded new album, 'Blues With Friends.'
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