He’s gigged with Mick Jagger, Jack Bruce, Television, and more. But it’s with his own band that Rip really gets cooking.
This show – which you can watch an hour of here – marked the first time Rhoads ever used his now-legendary custom black-and-white polka-dot Flying V.
Laugh all you want, but that distinctive 'tonk' can mean the difference between a good rock song and a great one.
In 1976, the teen idol – left behind by his former core audience and fighting to stay musically relevant – connected with one of the decade's great guitar heroes.
From “Breezin’” to “On Broadway” – George Benson reveals the stories behind his most significant tracks.
Said to be Jimmy Page's favorite solo of all time, Randall's lead on this 1972 tune is a masterpiece.
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