InterviewsBad Religion: Interview with Brian Baker & Greg Hetson
As celebrated guitar teams go, it's not exactly Keith Richards and Mick Taylor, or even Jeff Hannema
InterviewsAn Interview with Merle Haggard
When speaking of truly groundbreaking artists who helped define a musical genre, one can?t ignore th
InterviewsForeigner - Mick Jones Interview
For many, Foreigner epitomizes cheeseball '80s stadium rock.
InterviewsAn Interview with Richie Havens
When Richie Havens was in grade school, his teacher noticed his exceptional musical ear and recommen
Interviews3 Doors Down - Chris Henderson Interview
 3 Doors Down hail from Escatapwa, Mississippi, just outside of Biloxi, which geographically pu
InterviewsAlbert King and Johnny Copeland
Albert King: Big Blues RoyaltyMississippi-bred bluesman Albert King was as masterful a string bender
InterviewsA Conversation with Dean Roland of Collective Soul
The guys in Collective Soul grew up and came together just outside of Atlanta.
InterviewsDeftones - Stephen Carpenter Interview
Deftones roared out of Sacramento, California in 1995 with their debut album Adrenaline.
InterviewsAn Interview with Carl Wilson of The Beach Boys
The Beach Boys are often considered Brian Wilson's personal vehicle, as if every bit of the group's
InterviewsStephan Jenkins interview - Third Eye Blind
Stephan Jenkins' obsession with his Triumph 955 motorcycle colors the music of Third Eye Blind's sec
InterviewsA Conversation with B.B. King
Warm and welcoming, B.B. King greets visitors with a wide grin and a firm handshake.
InterviewsStevie Ray Vaughan Interview - The Real Deal
An astounding amalgam of Texas blues slinger, Lonnie Mack devotee and Hendrix stylist, Stevie Ray Va
InterviewsAn Interview with Tom Dumont of No Doubt
Before No Doubt released their 1995 multi-platinum album Tragic Kingdom, the band would have been th
InterviewsFire up your Engines: Joe Satriani Interview
Lasers splashing off his chrome guitar, wrap-around shades imbuing his image with an otherworldly au
InterviewsAn Interview with Howard Leese of Heart
You'd never guess the Nordic reserve of Seattle's Scandinavian ghetto could give rise to one of the
InterviewsRanting and Raving: Joe Satriani Interview Pt.2
The latest disc by guitar whiz Joe Satriani, Engines of Creation is both cutting edge and controvers
InterviewsPrimus: Antipop, Pro-collaboration
Personality counts for a lot in the rock world.
InterviewsChris Cornell: A Changed Man
Everyone knows Chris Cornell as the bare-chested, bellowing banshee from Soundgarden, whose high-pit
InterviewsReverend Horton Heat: Spending a Night in The Box
 If you're looking for Jim Heath, a.k.a.
InterviewsAn Interview with Dave Grohl of the Foo Fighters
When it comes to guitarists, Foo Fighters have become something of an alt-rock Spinal Tap.
InterviewsFarm Boy: Trey Anastasio Sows the Fields of Phish
The first words you hear on the new Phish album are, "Welcome, this is our farmhouse," and you are i
InterviewsJoe Walsh: Life's Been Good
 Throughout his career as a solo artist, session player, and member of the James Gang and Eagle
InterviewsBeck: Bleeding for Art
Coming to a town near you: Beck in his Midnight Vultures tour.
InterviewsDavid Gilmour: Welcome to His Machine
David Gilmour's playing with Pink Floyd over the last 30 years has made him one of the most respecte
InterviewsA Conversation with Angus Young
Angus Young ain't Jeff Beck, Jimi Hendrix or Eric Clapton, but there's a reason why a recent EBAY au
InterviewsA Name by any Other Tool: The Epic Clarity of A Perfect Circle
Tool fans may be antsy to hear new music from the band, but Tool frontman Maynard James Keenan isn't
InterviewsPercolatin' Little Charlie Baty Bubbles Over
 Guitarist and bandleader Charlie Baty of Little Charlie & the Nightcats is one of those in
InterviewsAn Interview with Zakk Wylde
 Zakk Wylde has played with a wide range of rock icons including Ozzy, Gregg Allman and the eve
InterviewsXTC in Ecstasy, Tasting the Forbidden Fruit
Consummate songwriter Andy Partridge as smoking lead guitarist?
InterviewsAn Interview with Mick Thompson of Slipknot
It's hard to imagine Slipknot guitarist Mick Thompson, more commonly known as 7, getting teary-eyed
InterviewsReeves Gabrels: Scary Monsters and other Nasty Noises
Reeves Gabrels is one of the most daring rock-guitar improvisers since Jimi Hendrix - a fact that mo
InterviewsWho are You? Pete Townshend Opens Up
Pete Townshend, one of rock's greatest songwriters and most powerful guitarists, was undergoing a cr
InterviewsClarence White: A Byrd Who Truly Soared
On a cool summer evening in Lewiston, Maine, in 1948, 10-year-old Roland White is teaching his littl
InterviewsThe Guitar Insider: Limp Bizkit
Now that Limp Bizkit's popularity is soaring, guitarist Wes Borland is being hailed as one of the mo
InterviewsRusty Zinn: Chillen the Blues
 While Rusty Zinn may be on the fast-track to blues stardom, it is his veneration for tradition
InterviewsLes Paul: One Last Conversation
In honor of Les' passing a year ago (August 2009), we're reposting this interview from 2000.