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See Coldplay covering Pearl Jam Vitalogy song Nothingman live in Seattle

When in Seattle it's always good to recognise the local heroes - and for Chris Martin and Coldplay that's Pearl Jam. This is not Adele singing Make You Feel My Love. That's not what you're about to see. "Because w're here in Seattle we wanted to pay tribute to all...
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Watch Steve Lukather Shred The Beatles

Toto founding member Lukather is one of the most prolific session players alive, clocking up a staggering number of album credits to his name (over 1,500!) The multiple Grammy-winning guitarist has contributed to a vast number of works spanning genres and styles from pop to hard rock, and for several years has toured with Beatles drummer Ringo Starr in the All-Starr Band supergroup.
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Zakk Wylde on stepping up for Ozzy Osbourne's No More Tears: "It was like taking all the crayons out of the box, leaving myself just four to play with and seeing what I could draw with that"

Zakk Wylde was just 19 years old when he joined the Ozzy Osbourne band. His audition tape had been passed over by rock photographer Mark Weiss as a potential replacement for Jake E. Lee and after an initial jam through Bark At The Moon and Suicide Solution with bassist Phil Soussan and drummer Randy Castillo, he was called back again and hired on the spot by The Double O himself.
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Watch Dan Reed Network’s Incendiary "Starlight" Video

The Dan Reed Network have announced their new long-player Let’s Hear It for The King will be released on March 4, 2022. The band’s latest LP follows up 2018’s Origins and is their sixth studio album in a decades-long recording career that began in 1986 with the Breathless EP. Returning...
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Godin’s new Multiac Nylon Deluxe lets you blend under-saddle and mic sound sources

Godin has announced the arrival of the Multiac Nylon Deluxe, which augments the firm’s original design by adding a Lyric pickup/mic. The new Deluxe configuration means that players now have the option to generate signals from both the original under saddle HEX pickup (which places a sensor on each string at the bridge) and the new Lyric mic (mounted under the soundboard), or blend the two using the new LR Baggs preamp.
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Zakk Wylde on recording with Jeff Beck, Eric Clapton and Tony Iommi for Ozzy Osbourne’s upcoming album: "I’m playing rhythm guitar for my heroes… it’s crazy!"

Earlier this month, Ozzy Osbourne announced that his upcoming album will feature a dream electric guitar lineup comprising Zakk Wylde, Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck and Tony Iommi – news that sent the guitar world into a frenzy. As such, it should come as no surprise that Wylde himself shares our...
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Zakk Wylde Says He’ll Play Rhythm Guitar on Ozzy’s New Album

Zakk Wylde suggested he would play rhythm guitar on Ozzy Osbourne's new album after previously saying he would not be involved with the project. The Prince of Darkness turned heads a few weeks ago when he revealed he had collaborated with Jeff Beck, Eric Clapton, Tony Iommi and Wylde on his follow-up to 2020's Ordinary Man. Now, it sounds like Wylde was happy to cede the spotlight to the elder guitar heroes.
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Zakk Wylde Says He’ll Play Rhythm Guitar on Ozzy’s New Album

Zakk Wylde suggested he would play rhythm guitar on Ozzy Osbourne's new album after previously saying he would not be involved with the project. The Prince of Darkness turned heads a few weeks ago when he revealed he had collaborated with Jeff Beck, Eric Clapton, Tony Iommi and Wylde on his follow-up to 2020's Ordinary Man. Now, it sounds like Wylde was happy to cede the spotlight to the elder guitar heroes.
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Dave Grohl says “the dial is starting to turn back to guitar-based music”

Dave Grohl has said he feels that guitar music is experiencing another rebirth, telling Rolling Stone that “the dial is starting to turn”. The songwriter and multi-instrumentalist made the comments in response to a prompt that Foo Fighters had become the ‘go-to’ rock band. “It’s been that way for a...
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