InterviewsMeet John Suhr
 In's new column, Mothers of Invention, we'll be spotlighting the scientists, the in
InterviewsAn Interview with Tom Scholz of Boston
Tom Scholz -- the guitarist, producer, chief songwriter and all-around leader of the band Boston --
InterviewsAn Interview with Yngwie Malmsteen
Regarded as one of the very best players to emerge from the 80's, Yngwie Malmsteen raised the bar fo
InterviewsQueens of the Stone Age - Homme on the Range
As the guitarist and principal songwriter for Kyuss in the early-to-mid 90s, Josh Homme preached a f
InterviewsKerry King of Slayer - Mutilation, Atrocity and Death
A couple of exits before Disneyland in Anaheim, California exists the Slayer lair a large warehouse
InterviewsRitchie Blackmore Interview - Recalling Life with Deep Purple
Ritchie Blackmore's contributions to guitar rock began in the mid-'60s, when he performed sessions f
InterviewsAn Interview with Kim Thayil of Soundgarden
"We're just rock," gripes Soundgarden's resident grouch, Kim Thayil.
InterviewsNine Inch Nails - The Fragile Balance between Industry and Artistry
Ask Trent Reznor and he'll tell you: A lot of the music out there right now "just plain sucks." But
InterviewsRed Hot Chili Peppers - West Coast Aftershock
Sequestered at Detroit's Hotel Atheneum the morning after a performance at Pontiac, Michigan's Clutc
InterviewsInterview with Michael Amott of Arch Enemy
There is bound to be plenty of tedium and mediocrity in any musical genre, but there are a few bands
InterviewsPeter Case Interview - A Case of Integrity
 Peter Case sits in a diner on West 57th Street in New York City, and he's got one of those app
InterviewsNeil Young - More To The Picture Than Meets The Eye
If you ever meet anyone who can accurately predict what Neil Young is going to do next, ask them to
InterviewsAn Interview with Dimebag Darrell of Pantera
Lurking somewhere underneath Pantera's grizzled, gnarly exterior and behind its rampaging brand of r
InterviewsPointed Return - An Interview with Tommy Victor of Prong
I wonder how many people that will read this used to watch Headbanger's Ball?
InterviewsOtis Rush Interview - Trying to Make Those Sounds
It's hard to argue with Otis Rush when he says he's fortunate.
InterviewsRemembering Allen Woody - The Interview
In early March of 1999, Gov't Mule was in a Hoboken, New Jersey studio putting the finishing touches
InterviewsAn Interview with Richard Lloyd
At some point in his illustrious career, Richard Lloyd might tell you, he became one with his guitar
InterviewsA Conversation with Rob Wasserman
Rob Wasserman knows his bottom.
InterviewsNels Cline Interview - Toy Story
It would be hard to imagine a more fiercely committed, ferociously executed manifesto for over-the-t
InterviewsPete Townshend - The Fine Art of Smashing Stuff
For nearly twenty years, The Who's brand of rock and roll defined a generation that screamed out ang
RockInterview with Mike McCready of Pearl Jam
It's early 1994, and Mike McCready is pissed.
InterviewsNirvana - The Kurt Cobain Interview
Back in 1990, Kurt Cobain's greatest problems were finding money for meals and time to write more so
InterviewsAn Interview with Mick Mars of Motley Crue
Loud Rude Aggressive Guitarist Available stated the classified ad that Mick Mars placed in an L.A.
InterviewsRobben Ford - Blues Update
Sophistication. The term describes Robben Ford's music on a number of levels.
InterviewsSonny Landreth Interview - Tones and Tuning
The trio is sometimes considered the most raw and honest musical entity known to man.
InterviewsSlipknot - Jim Root Interview
Cartoonish masks, costumes, and face paint have been the initial focal point - for better or worse -
InterviewsAn Interview with Sheryl Crow
Scattered around the world are a number of former University of Missouri frat boys agog at the idea
InterviewsNeal Schon Interview - Journey to the Stars
Greatest Hits Live from JourneyFew guitar players resumes are as deep and impressive as Neal Schons.
InterviewsSmash Mouth - Interview with Greg Camp
Chart-toppers Smash Mouth are riding high right now, but it hasn't all been gravy.
InterviewsJoe Satriani Interview - Satch-urated!
In the mid 80's, Joe Satriani was one of the first primarily instrumental rock artists to break thro
InterviewsJimi Hendrix Excerpts from Al Hendrix' Autobiography My Son Jimi - Part 2
Jimi was against prejudice, and he was offended by Jim Crow and the way blacks were treated in some
InterviewsAn Interview with Johnny Hiland
Hot guitar pickers have flocked to Nashville by the thousands - if not tens of thousands - over the
RockJimi Hendrix - Remembering Hendrix
His legacy is virtually unparalleled.
RockJohn Jorgenson - Instrument Savant
All it took was a two-week stint as an instrument sales clerk, and John Jorgenson knew what he wante
InterviewsMarshall Crenshaw - The Power Behind Marshall Crenshaw's Guitar Driven Pop
In the early 80's, when new wave was starting to sound pretty old, some musicians opted for a more r
InterviewsKim Thayil - Beyond Soundgarden
During Soundgarden's 12-year run guitarist Kim Thayil and his compadres - Chris Cornell, Matt Camero