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Joe Satriani Announces ‘The Shapeshifting” UK Tour 202.
World-renowned guitar virtuoso, JOE SATRIANI, announces a string of May 2020 UK tour dates to support the release of his 17th solo album. Travelling under the moniker of “The Shapeshifting Tour”, the six-date UK run will start at the De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill-on-Sea (May 22) finishing up at Birmingham Symphony Hall (May 28).
The live show will feature tracks from the new studio album released by Sony/Legacy in April 2020, plus he will perform many of [Read More]
Gibson ‘Alvin Lee ES-335 ’69 Festival Available Now Worldwide
Blues-rock Legend’s Signature “Big Red” Guitar from Breakout Festival Performance Released in Celebration of 50th Anniversary of Woodstock.
“My famous Gibson 335 that I bought for £45 in Nottingham was the best investment I ever made.” –Alvin Lee
Gibson has announced the worldwide release of the new, limited-edition ‘Alvin Lee ES-335 ’69 Festival’. The leading guitar brand has created the exact ES-335 guitar in Aged Sixties Cherry. The striking guitar, which Lee called “Big Red” launched his performance to legendary status while showcasing his lightning-fast guitar playing at the original Woodstock [Read More]
By Martine Ehrenclou
Joanna Connor is known as the Queen of Blues/Rock Guitar, an outrageously talented and original guitar player who many discovered when a video of her performance at the 2014 North Atlantic Blues Festival went viral. Out November 8th via M.C. Records, Rise is a follow up to Connor’s 2016 Six String Stories. A 12-song release with two covers, Rise features a wide array of styles with superb musicianship, and above all Joanna Connor’s virtuoso guitar skills, strong voice and her [Read More]
By Mike O’Cull
Ghost Hounds are a fully fired-up American rock and roll band in the classic sense with a stadium-worthy new album called Roses Are Black out November 5th, 2019 and features guest appearances by Slash, Kenny Aronoff, Reese Wynans, and Michael Rhodes. Roses Are Black was crafted by founder and guitarist Thomas Tull, alongside producing and songwriting partners David Grissom and Kevin Bowe. The set was mixed by six-time Grammy Award-winning producer Vance Powell (Chris Stapleton, The White Stripes, Danger Mouse, Arctic [Read More]