InterviewsAn Interview with Lenny Kravitz
Lenny Kravitz's 1989 debut, Let Love Rule, was an artful blend of musical tastes that tasted great t
InterviewsMike Stern Interview - Power Play
On his new album, Play, Herculean jazzbo guitarist Mike Stern drops his guard to banter with two of
InterviewsKenny Burrell Interview - Mr. Masterful
Jazz guitar history is largely dominated by a handful of players.
InterviewsMelvin Taylor Interview - Anonimity With Style
As far as the patrons of a Windy City watering hole called Rosas Lounge are concerned, there are rea
InterviewsMimi Fox Interview: The Reigning First Lady Of Jazz Guitar
Acclaimed for her exceptional technique and sense of melody, Mimi Fox is undoubtedly one of the very
RockJohn Jorgenson - Instrument Savant
All it took was a two-week stint as an instrument sales clerk, and John Jorgenson knew what he wante
InterviewsJohn McLaughlin Interview - The Heart of Fusion
As a member of that elite fraternity of musicians who worked with jazz genius Miles Davis, you might
InterviewsJimi Hendrix Excerpts from Al Hendrix' Autobiography My Son Jimi - Part 2
Jimi was against prejudice, and he was offended by Jim Crow and the way blacks were treated in some
InterviewsJimmie's Chicken Shack - Interview
To give you some idea how busy Jimmie's Chicken Shack have been these days, well, just know that the
InterviewsJohn Oates - Phunk Shui
Phunk Shui may have been a playful way of announcing to the world the sound and style of his first-e
InterviewsKittie _ Morgan Lander Interview
Kittie began innocently enough in 1997, when four high school girls decided to pick up instruments a
InterviewsKim Thayil - Beyond Soundgarden
During Soundgarden's 12-year run guitarist Kim Thayil and his compadres - Chris Cornell, Matt Camero
InterviewsJimmy Bruno Interview - 'Round Midnight
Jazz guitarists don't often seem the types to talk Macs and MIDI, but for one of the hottest players
InterviewsA Conversation with Bill Frisell
One of the most innovative guitarists of the past 20 years, Bill Frisell has been documented in an a
InterviewsJeff Beck - Beck by Popular Demand
As one of the instrument's most skilled rock stylists, Jeff Beck has burned a template for guitarist
InterviewsThe Gary Lucas Interview
It comes from a 1980 show at Toad's Place in New Haven.
InterviewsAn Interview with Eddie Van Halen
Of all the players to come out of the Age of Technique, Edward Van Halen is the unquestioned vanguar
InterviewsBrent Rowan - Essential Anonymity
Whether or not you recognize his name, Brent Rowan is one of the most recorded guitar players in the
InterviewsEverclear - Out of Touch and Radio Ready
He's the antithesis of the contemporary rock star.
InterviewsCreed - Mark Tremonti interview
Creed are the kind of band that could put the rock journalism profession out of business.
InterviewsJerry Cantrell: Unshackling the Chains of Depression
In a way, you could blame the media for what happened.
InterviewsGodsmack - From the Cellar to the Stars
Sometimes it only takes one measly break to get your act off the ground. Just ask Godsmack.
InterviewsBlink 182 - Tom Delonge Interview
They sing about crank calls, taking dumps and being dumped, but San Diego, California band Blink 182
InterviewsDave Navarro Interview - Struggling with Addiction
Dave Navarro is currently on rock 'n' roll's MIA list, but even if we never hear from him again -- w
InterviewsBuddy Guy Interview - Born with the Blues
If you check out Buddy Guy in concert, don't be surprised if he ends up standing in an aisle next to
InterviewsJohn Scofield Interview
As one of the last in a distinguished line of artists who put in time with Miles Davis, John Scofiel
InterviewsEric Johnson Interview - Moving Beyond Perfection
Eric Johnson has turned over a new leaf.
RockDerek Trucks – Live at the World Guitar Congress
During the most recent World Guitar Congress held in Towson, Maryland, we caught up with one of our
InterviewsStatic X Interview - Success on a Death Trip
Along with Powerman 5000 and Staind, Static-X have helped re-define contemporary alt-metal.
InterviewsInterview with Steve Vai - Impossible Guitar
Steve Vai is one of those rare individuals who have taken musical virtuosity, bent it, hammered it,
InterviewsInterview with Mike Einziger of Incubus
Suburban boredom has been a dynamic force in American culture.
InterviewsAllan Holdsworth Interview - The Outter Limits
Though Allan Holdsworth specializes in music that emanates from a radio/marketing no-mans land somew
InterviewsSteve Howe Interview
It took little more than an effortless, chiming 12th fret harmonic for guitarist Steve Howe to mesme
InterviewsLarry Carlton Interview - Jazz Crusader
Guitarist Larry Carlton has left his signature across the decades.
InterviewsWarren Haynes Interview - Life After the Allman Brothers
"It sounds funny to say, probably because we have so many long songs," admits Gov't Mule vocalist an
RockKenny Olson - Twisted Brown Trucker Band
They say the devil makes work for idle hands to do, but the horned one will find himself sorry out o