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InterviewsAn Interview with John Paul Jones
Too many 60's rock icons lost their vision somewhere along the path of excess and failed to arrive a
RockAn Interview with Noel Gallagher of Oasis
Oasis spent the better part of the '90s wowing the world with old-school rock star bravado and wooin
InterviewsJoe Satriani Interview - Getting Some Strange
 Practicing guitar wizardry can be a very satisfying experience. Very demanding too.
InterviewsAn Interview with Sharon Isbin
Fear not the adventurous life.
InterviewsAn Interview with Slash
In the five years since Slash started parting ways with Guns N' Roses he's followed his muse down va
InterviewsAn Interview with Richie Sambora
In 1983, just a few months before he joined Bon Jovi, guitarist Richie Sambora was in a practice roo
InterviewsRoger McGuinn Interview - A Byrd in the Hand
When it comes to that jingle-jangle guitar chime so integral to the development of rock music, no on
InterviewsAn Interview with Nashville Pussy
Few bands party like Nashville Pussy.
InterviewsAn Interview with Kirk Hammett of Metallica
He might live in a rather nice home on top of a very steep hill, but Metallica guitarist Kirk Hammet
InterviewsAn Interview with Scott Hill of Fu Manchu
Fu Manchu are as California-cool as they come.
InterviewsAn Interview with Ian Moore
Ian Moore's Quest for Creation Bucking Labels, Breaking Ground, & the Man in BlackIf all you kne
InterviewsAn Interview with Nick Hexum
Since its first stirrings in Omaha, Nebraska more than ten years ago, 311 has skirted the fringes of
InterviewsDuke Robillard Interview - Blues Rock Royalty
Of all the guitarists slinging blues licks these days, Duke Robillard is perhaps the most comfortabl
InterviewsAn Interview with Dan Donegan of Disturbed
Dan Donegan is traversing the country in a Winnebago, a static-y cell-phone connecting the Disturbed
InterviewsAn Interview with Gavin Rossdale of Bush
Seated in the corner bar of New York City's Soho Grande Hotel, Bush vocalist and guitarist Gavin Ros
InterviewsInterview with Richard Patrick of Filter
Remember "Hey Man, Nice Shot," the 1995 industrial/metal suicide song that sent Filter rocketing up
InterviewsA Conversation with Billy Sheehan
Billy Sheehan is one of the most celebrated bassists of the past two decades.