Interviews

InterviewsAn Interview with Dave Immergluck
The San Francisco Bay area has depth, and not just in the ocean deep or championship sports teams.
Interviews(HED) PE (HEDS UP)
If hard work was all you needed to be successful in the music world, (hed) pe would have been on top
InterviewsInterview with Eli Parker of Endo
With their most recent release Songs for the Restless (on Sony Music) out in stores already, Endo is
InterviewsPeter Huttlinger Interview - Burning Hot
If you want to burn your fingers simply touch the strings on Peter Huttlinger's guitar after a gig.
Interviews1989 Interview with Stevie Ray Vaughan
Stevie Ray Vaughan was unabashed in his admiration for Jimi Hendrix.
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
InterviewsUnlikely Guitarist Jack McDowell
Welcome to our first installment of "You Play Guitar?" Here at Guitar.com, we feature a wide variety
InterviewsChatting with Warren Haynes
Wherever it is they park rock 'n' roll tour buses between road trips, that must be where Warren Hayn
InterviewsAn Interview with Pepper Keenan of Corrosion of Conformity
Corrosion of Conformity has been around since before hardcore was hardcore.
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
InterviewsUnamerican - Steve McEwan interview
A friend of mine swears the Rolling Stones were once America's greatest rock n' roll band.
InterviewsEric Johnson Interview - A Souvenir of the Past
So what's your favorite Eric Johnson recording? Ah Via Musicom? Too obvious. Alien Love Child?
InterviewsMuriel Anderson Interview - Classic Americana
Nylon and steel present two different tonalities, two different modes of expression to the fingersty
InterviewsJimmie Vaughan Interview
Smooth open position riffs and rich Hammond organ sounds define the laid back approach of one the mo
InterviewsHot Rod Hero - Jeff Beck on Cars and Guitars
Jeff Beck wafts in and out of our lives like that enigmatic "Blue Wind" his guitar cried about on hi
InterviewsAn Interview with Marty Friedman
Marty Friedman made a mark as one of the foremost shredders of the '80s when he first teamed up with
InterviewsJohn Lowery is J5
Guitarist John Lowery lives an interesting life. By day he is disciplined student of the guitar.
InterviewsAn Open Book: Matt Scannell of Vertical Horizon
It's been written: Never judge a book by its cover.
Interviews10 Questions with Head & Munky Of Korn
 When you think of Bakersfield, CA, most guitarists might say that infamous "Bakersfield Sound"
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 Nickelback
Nickelback have quickly gained a reputation for penning insightful, ubiquitous rock anthems, and hav
InterviewsGreg Koch Interview- Rhymes with Chalk
How do you say it? Greg's comical answering machine message spells it out once and for all.
InterviewsKerry King Interview - It's Good To Be King
Few bands wield the raw power and intensity of Slayer - the group which set the standard for speed m
InterviewsTaproot- Mike DeWolfe Interview
Having the dubious distinction of being the band that turned and 'bit the hand' of Fred Durst, made
InterviewsTaj Mahal Interview - Against All Odds
Taj Mahal is a slippery definition of a bluesman.
InterviewsInterview With Richard On Of O.A.R.
If you were to write one of those classic screenplays for a sappy TV movie, not the kind that repeat
InterviewsA Conversation with Roy Rogers
The San Francisco Bay area has long harbored a healthy blues scene, due in part to the open-minded h
InterviewsA Legend is Born: Eddie Van Halen's First Interview
Over the years, Eddie Van Halen has called this conversation "my first major interview." It took pla
InterviewsA Conversation with Pat Metheny
One quiet night, Pat Metheny sat down after an exhaustive day of production-related chores that woul
InterviewsAn Interview with Mato Nanji of Indigenous
Now one of the very hottest blues-rock groups around, Indigenous was formed by four Nakota Sioux Nat
InterviewsClose to the Edge: U2's Guiding Light Finds True Creative Spirit
Like Chuck Berry, Jimi Hendrix, Eddie Van Halen, and precious few others, the Edge changed our perce
InterviewsDuncan Sheik Interview
 Critics hailed Duncan Sheiks 1996 debut as defiant, beautiful, and benevolent of spirit.