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Taj Mahal is a slippery definition of a bluesman.
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Like Chuck Berry, Jimi Hendrix, Eddie Van Halen, and precious few others, the Edge changed our perce
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Awards don't always tell the story, but they can help put things in perspective.
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InterviewsDuncan Sheik Interview
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Interviews10 Questions: Chris From Less Than Jake
How many bands can you name that have been around for more than five years? Seven years?
InterviewsThe Evolution of the Scrungch Tim Mahoney of 311
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On his 1999 solo guitar album Fingertip Ship (Metro Blue/Blue Note), self-taught fret-master Richard
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Over the years, Eddie Van Halen has called this conversation "my first major interview." It took pla
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 \Through the '90s, bassist Matthew Garrison established a reputation in jazz circles after hit
Interviews10 Questions: Kyle Gass of Tenacious D
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Disturbed has had a pretty fine ride for the past year-and-a-half.
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
InterviewsAn Interview with King Crimson
 It's hard to imagine King Crimson playing the blues.
InterviewsBernard Allison Interview - Slip Slidin' Away
Most musicians would agree: Early musical influences can be, well, very influential.
Interviews10 Questions with Chad Taylor
Being the lead guitarist in Live isn't like being the lead guitarist in Guns N' Roses.
InterviewsAn Interview with Robin Trower
Procol Harum's self-titled 1967 debut album featuring the hit "Conquistador," and more importantly,
InterviewsLong John Hunter Interview: Long Way from Juarez
Long John Hunter is one of those figures that offers all of us a ray of hope.
InterviewsGet Inside the Blues with B.B. King - Interview
When it comes to blues guitar playing, nearly everyone can do it, but only a handful of folks can do
Interviews10 Questions with Richard Patrick of Filter
Guitarist/songwriter Richard Patrick and his band Filter are currently on the road in support of the
InterviewsRoger Waters: Breaking Down The Wall
Roger Waters -- once the chief songwriter in the band Pink Floyd and an erstwhile solo artist since
InterviewsA Conversation with Ramblin Jack Elliott
Long considered the finest living interpreter of folk icon Woody Guthrie, Ramblin' Jack Elliott's de
InterviewsCarl Perkins: Rockin' Rebel Invents Rock Guitar
He's been hailed as the "Father of Rockabilly," and rightfully so.
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Billy Gibbons is on the other end of the telephone, and there's a long, pensive moment of silence be
InterviewsAn Interview with Johnny A.
Chord melodies are some of the most intriguing and confounding beasts any guitarist will ever attemp
InterviewsStu Hamm: The Bass Master Finds an Urban Groove
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InterviewsIron Maiden - Dave Murray Interview
Like any soccer team, you have to field the best players, and the players to best complement each ot
Interviews10 Questions with Chad Ginsburg of CKY
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InterviewsAn Interview with Extreme's Gary Cherone
How can you forget "Extreme"? They were one of the most underrated bands of the '80s.
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Melody is all-important to the members of Tonic.
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