Right off the bat, this one is not new. In fact, it's from 2013. Still, we like it—and you might too! It's a fan-shot clip of Chris Cornell performing "One." Songs titled "One" were huge for U2 and Metallica, even though their respective "One" compositions have very little to do with each other. However, that didn't stop Cornell from blending both songs into one song.
Acoustic guitarist Justin King—who is recognized as a pioneer for his percussive "tapping" playing style—dropped by the increasingly popular Guitar World studio in Manhattan to perform "Phunkdified." The song originally appeared on his 2009 album, Le Bleu.
From its introduction in 1942 through the Seventies, the J-45 was known as a “workhorse” guitar due to its affordable price and reliable performance, but as time progressed both vintage and new models, which are still produced today, became too expensive for the everyday working guitarist.
Rodrigo y Gabriela's new interpretation of the song is one of the highlights of Jaco: Original Soundtrack, the soundtrack album for Metalica bassist Robert Trujillo's new film, Jaco. The album will be released November 27 via Legacy; it boasts 11 crucial songs by Pastorius, along with three brand-new recordings.
When I think of Warren Haynes, singer/songwriter is not what comes to mind. Until now that is. Because surprisingly, Haynes is not just a killer guitarist, he can write and deliver a mean story-telling song as well. Known for his wicked guitar prowess in bands like the Allman Brothers and Gov’t Mule, Haynes takes a new turn this time.
It’s summer! Yahoo!!! Time for sitting on the porch and strumming a tune or two, or three, or ten! This is not a “best of” list, just a collection of great, easy to play songs that’ll put a smile on your face…and everyone’s around you, too! So grab an iced tea, sit back and get your strum on!
Here’s a feel good, get your butt moving song by Rhode Island artist Christina Holmes called “Give A Little Bit More.” The song appears on her new mixtape song EP collection called Take a Chance. It’s got some sweet guitar strumming and the lovely and full vocal stylings of this talent artist.
Brent Cole Sr. and his crew (including two of Brent’s sons) scour the forests of Prince of Wales Island and the surrounding islands and waters for Sitka spruce trees that have fallen, are floating in the water, or are being retired from service in a booming ground, bridge structure or floating house.
Check out this bonus acoustic track of Owl’s “Alive.” A bit groovy. A bit mysterious. And more than a bit awesome. This stripped down version of what is obviously a heavy song incorporates strings, guitars and boomy bass.
Louisa Wendorff has been singing since she was seven years old. In June of 2014 she released Arrow, which climbed to #2 on the iTunes Singer/Songwriter chart, and #1 on Billboard’s HeatSeekers chart. Check out this exclusive interview
A few weeks ago we met up with songwriter Drew Holcomb for this exclusive live video session. We already shared his performance of “Tightrope,” which you can watch right here. Today, here’s Holcomb’s performance of “American Beauty,” the second track from his latest album, Medicine.
Here’s a groovy cut to start your week off right. It’s Lost Element’s acoustic video version of their song “Twenty Five.” The studio version of the track appears on their upcoming album Stereo Dream, due out this Fall.
At the Summer NAMM Show, Taylor Guitars is introducing a limited run of Grand Auditorium shaped guitars featuring a trio of stunning tonewoods. Featured back and side tonewood options include quilted sapele, flamed mahogany or blackheart sassafras, paired with a premium Sitka spruce top. Each model features a dramatic, hand-crafted Florentine cutaway and a new appointment package to accent these hand-selected woods.