IS THIS THE GREATEST 21 MINUTES AND FOUR SECONDS OF LIVE FOOTAGE EVER? By Dave Everley

It’s an age-old question: what’s the greatest gig ever?   You’ll probably have your own view on it. It might be that legendary band you saw headlining a festival back in the day. It might

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Why isn’t the guitar hero breaking through like they used to?

The Electric Guitar.   The single sexiest instrument ever invented.   As soon as you put one round your neck, you stand differently. You feel cooler. More capable. You become something else. Taller, more handsome

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Extreme, an interview with

Extreme are genuine rock’n’roll survivors. The bastard offspring of Aerosmith and Queen, the Boston band broke big with 1990’s landmark Pornograffitti album and its epic follow-up III Sides To Every Story, finding themselves anointed successors

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For the love of Vinyl by Malcolm Dome

Who'd have thought it, eh? When CDs came on the scene three decades ago, it was with a fanfare that not only heralded the emergence of new technology, but one that people believed would spell

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Kenny Wayne Shepherd – An Interview With

Kenny Wayne Shepherd is one of America’s greatest and most successful modern bluesman. The Shreveport, Louisiana native 1995’s debut album Ledbetter Heights – released when he was an unknown 18-year-old hotshot guitarist – helped usher

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The Monsters are Ramblin’ by Malcolm Dome

When the Monsters Of Rock landed at Donington for the first time in 1980, it not only introduced the whole concept of a hard rock specific festival to the UK, but it also set a

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