George Harrison said there was 'no comparison' between him and Keith Richards. The two were the leading guitarists for the biggest bands of the 1960s.
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Born in the summer of ’69, Jason Becker signed to the infamous Shrapnel label at the age of 16 and soon after released two albums alongside Marty Friedman, under the banner Cacophony. Speed Metal Symphony came in 1987 and Go Off! in 1988. In ’88 Jason also released his...
-Meltdown- Bicycle Heaven Museum was established in 2011 by Craig & Mindy Morrow. It is the world's largest bicycle museum & shop. Rock fans were stunned to learn of the passing of Edward Van Halen, the most influential guitarist of our generation. Of course, flashy, fleet-fingered guitarists were a dime...
Love Catalina Island, the official Tourism Authority for Catalina Island, will be presenting Tony Suraci–The Highwayman, in a Wrigley Stage concert, Aug. 20, at 8 p.m. The free family friendly concert will feature Suraci, who is an immensely gifted vocalist who channels the spirits and voices of the original Highwaymen in a breathtaking two-hour performance. Prepare to be amazed how one man can emulate all four of Outlaw Country’s favorite musical icons. Critics have said, “Tony’s nothing short of amazing. This show feels like a continuous two-hour encore!”. Tony’s seven piece All Star band, which includes Cactus Jim Soldi, Johnny Cash’s lead guitar player, captures the essence of the Outlaw Country movement made famous by Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings and Kris Kristofferson. Songs like; Help Me Make It Through The Night, On The Road Again, Luckenbach, Texas and Folsom Prison Blues are just a few of the songs that make this show a wildly entertaining experience.
It was probably Vincent Helstrom’s proudest – and perhaps most embarrassing – one minute of his life when former Megadeth guitarist Chris Poland took his green Dean ML guitar, strummed a few notes, tried tuning it, then handed it back to him saying he couldn’t play it.
9,651 feet of altitude. Bright sunshine and deep blue skies dramatically dotted by puffy cumulus clouds, so white they were almost fluorescent as the majestic Rocky Mountains hovered over Lake Dillon just a stone’s throw away. Without question, Wednesday night’s Goose was the most visually stimulating show I’ve ever seen, from the natural majesty to the overwhelming talent of lighting phenom Andrew Goedde.