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InterviewsKix Interview: Brian “Damage” Forsythe Celebrates the Return of Kix
 It was a heady, delicious time for six stringers and their instruments.
InterviewsLighting a Fire with Candlebox and Peter Klett
Candlebox recorded their debut self-titled album in Seattle in 1993 following a wave of grunge succe
InterviewsAn Interview with James Lynch of the Dropkick Murphys
The Dropkick Murphys are a working man’s band.
InterviewsAn Interview with Phil Campbell of Motorhead
They are Motorhead and they play rock and roll.
InterviewsDevon Allman Interview - Honeytribe
We live in a very interesting time in the music industry.
InterviewsThrice- No Identity Crisis Here
 We've all heard the phrase "To be or not to be." That famous Shakespearian line demonstrates s
InterviewsSteve Wilson Interview of Porcupine Tree
So I was sitting there engaged in what now seems to be the typical weekend routine, I on my computer
InterviewsChatting with Warren Haynes
Wherever it is they park rock 'n' roll tour buses between road trips, that must be where Warren Hayn
InterviewsSaliva - Chris DaBaldo Interview
Grammy Award recipients are often slagged for not being current enough, not relevant to today's musi
InterviewsGodsmack Tony Rombola Interview
Godsmack has become one of the most successful rock bands of the past few years, and their latest re
InterviewsTruly Gigantic!- An Interview with They Might Be Giants
Maybe you stumbled upon this quirky alternative-pop duo back in the 80's because of the wild undergr
InterviewsAn Interview with Peter Frampton
It's been a little over 35 years since Peter Frampton broke onto the musical scene with that mod ban
InterviewsTen Questions With Art Karamian
Guitar.com: When did you first start playing the guitar?
Interviews10 Questions: Chris From Less Than Jake
How many bands can you name that have been around for more than five years? Seven years?
InterviewsTonic- Jeff Russo Interview
 Melody is all-important to the members of Tonic.
InterviewsAn Interview with Extreme's Gary Cherone
How can you forget "Extreme"? They were one of the most underrated bands of the '80s.
InterviewsJoe Walsh: Life's Been Good
 Throughout his career as a solo artist, session player, and member of the James Gang and Eagle
ColumnsElectric Wars: Archtop vs. Solid-Body
Well, maybe it's not war, but aficionados in each camp sometimes become quite heated when defending
InterviewsLes Paul: One Last Conversation
In honor of Les' passing a year ago (August 2009), we're reposting this interview from 2000.
ColumnsPickupology 101
Nothing changes the tone of an electric guitar more than its pickups.
ColumnsCleaning Your Pots
You're jamming with your friends and your solo is coming up.
InterviewsTECHnically Speaking with Michael Kaye
Introducing Michael Kaye - he has served as a touring technician for the past 30 years.
InterviewsYes, Scott Spiezio of the Seattle Mariners Plays Guitar
 Scott Spiezio won the 2002 World Series while a member of the Anaheim Angels.
Interviews10 Questions with Troy Van Leeuwen - Queens of the Stone Age
Whether you're familiar with his name or not, more than likely you've heard his exceptional guitar t
InterviewsSteve Hackett Interview - Genesis Part 1
The creative core and instrumental dexterity of the original Genesis had much to do with guitarist S
InterviewsTool - Aenima Magnetism
The alternative misfits in Tool are masters of mood and expression.
InterviewsStereomud - Joey Z Interview
Though first-timers on the Jagermeister Tour, Stereomud are veterans of the nu-metal scene.
InterviewsSonny Landreth Interview - Tones and Tuning
The trio is sometimes considered the most raw and honest musical entity known to man.
InterviewsFlying High Again? - P.O.D.s New Convert, Jason Truby
When guitarist Marcos Puriel announced he was leaving red-hot rock act P.O.D., the band knew exactly
InterviewsAn Interview with Scott Ian and Charlie Benante of Anthrax
Anthrax has hit the road once again, doing dates as One of the "Big Four" Tour - along with Metallic

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