In 1970, he changed the career of David Bowie and went on to work with Lou Reed, Bob Dylan, John Mellencamp, Morrissey and more.
Washed up at age 30, the legendary bluesman was rediscovered in 1964, just five years before his death.
Video Inspired by beat poetry and the blues this hit single marked a turning point for the young singer-songwriter.
Video The Laurel Canyon classic gets a live airing with one of the best guitarists in the business.
Featuring Bob Dylan's Martin D-28, a rare Gibson Explorer, a mystery Fender Stratocaster and more...
In the summer of 1971, Harrison corralled his musical friends to answer the call for humanitarian aid to Bangladesh. Two of his closest companions nearly left him hanging.
The slide master talks favorite guitars and why gaining acceptance as a female in the industry can still be a little tough.
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