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RockAndy Timmons - Sgt. Peppers Redux
Andy Timmons came blazing out of the hot Texas sun as a member of Danger, Danger, low those many yea
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 Xan McCurdy of Cake
It was 1996 and Cake had gone the distance, into the loving arms of alternative rock stardom.
InterviewsThe Soul Asylum Interview
Formed in 1981, Soul Asylum emerged from the streets of Minneapolis into the mainstream spotlight in
RockAn Interview with Joel Kosche of Collective Soul
In 2001, Collective Soul fired their longtime guitarist, Ross Childress, and the band’s guitar tech
InterviewsAn Interview with Dave Immergluck
The San Francisco Bay area has depth, and not just in the ocean deep or championship sports teams.
RockWeighing in on Hendrix: Looking Back at Rock's Greatest...
Billy Gibbons is on the other end of the telephone, and there's a long, pensive moment of silence be
RockAn Interview with Mark Wood of Trans-Siberian Orchestra
Normally, we save this column for actors, athletes, and other noted celebrities that make their livi
InterviewsAn Interview with Tom Scholz of Boston
Tom Scholz -- the guitarist, producer, chief songwriter and all-around leader of the band Boston --
InterviewsInterviews with Waborita's Vic Johnson and Mona
My association with rippin' guitarist Vic Johnson and slammin' bassist Mona, members of Sammy Hagar'
RockInterview with Mike McCready of Pearl Jam
It's early 1994, and Mike McCready is pissed.
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
RockJimi Hendrix - Remembering Hendrix
His legacy is virtually unparalleled.
InterviewsMighty Mighty Bosstones - Nate Albert's Best and Last
Nate Albert has had the same job since he was 13: playing guitar for the Mighty Mighty Bosstones.
RockMarvelous 3 - Freed from the shackles of Indie Rock
"I used to be a gear junkie and have NASA behind me," says Marvelous 3 guitarist Butch Walker.
RockJohn Jorgenson - Instrument Savant
All it took was a two-week stint as an instrument sales clerk, and John Jorgenson knew what he wante
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
InterviewsLong Beach Dub All Stars - High Times
Ras-1 is a big bearish guy who comes off like an amiable cross between Hank Hill's son, Bobby, and s
InterviewsAn Interview with Rodney Shepherd of Sugar Ray
There are a few things Sugar Ray's Rodney Shepherd is certain about: "I am not and never was Chaka f
InterviewsAn Interview with A.J. Dunning of The Verve Pipe
Following up a hit album often spells trouble.
RockLenny Kaye - Through the Past Smartly
Though Lenny Kaye is best known as the guitar player for Patti Smith, he's remembered in other circl
InterviewsAerosmith's Joe Perry Interview
Miracles don't happen often these days, not the way they were said to have happened a couple thousan
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
RockThe Dandy Warhols - Bohemian Rhapsody
The Dandy Warhols are one of those bands that were born under a bad sign.
InterviewsInterview with Mike Einziger of Incubus
Suburban boredom has been a dynamic force in American culture.
RockAn Interview with Andy Dunlop of Travis
On first listen, Travis might remind you a lot of Radiohead, but don't tune out.
RockAn Interview with Kyle Cook of Matchbox Twenty
Matchbox Twenty rhythm guitarist Adam Gaynor has the nonstop patter of a Catskills comedian, while l
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
InterviewsAn Interview with Nashville Pussy
Few bands party like Nashville Pussy.
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

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