Sourvein is an extremely rare breed of band, one that should be a household name but somehow isn’t…yet.
Danny Gatton. who was born in Washington, D.C., September 4, 1945, began his career playing in bands while still a teenager.
Today, our vintage video camera drops in on the Bon Scott-fronted AC/DC in the midst of a high-spirited performance of "Fling Thing" (aka "Bonny") and "Rocker," the T.N.T. track.
Sixx:A.M. guitarist Dj Ashba recently visited the Guitar World studio in New York City to play along to—and show you how to play—the band's new single, "Rise."
Shortly before Stevie Ray Vaughan's tragic death in August 1990, he and his big brother, Jimmie Vaughan, recorded Family Style, their first album together.
Great Big Story recently posted a documentary dedicated to 76-year-old blues guitarist Beverly "Guitar" Watkins.
Feel free to watch the entire clip. However, if you skip directly to 3:48 in the top video, you'll witness an inspired 1988 performance of J.J. Cale's "Cocaine" by Eric Clapton—with an assortment...
Chet Atkins made countless recordings as a studio musician, producer and solo artist. Many of his recordings—particularly those of the artists he produced in Nashville, like Elvis Presley, Roy...
Today, guitarist Francesco Artusato shows you how to play "Master of None," a track from Devil You Know's 2015 album, They Bleed Red (Nuclear Blast Records).
Below, check out Glenn Danzig's NSFW (not safe for work, wombats or walruses) video for his cover of Black Sabbath's "N.I.B."
Today, Guitar World and Ernie Ball present an exclusive video featuring blues legend Buddy Guy—who happens to share the cover of our all-new May 2016 issue with Zakk Wylde.
Thundering onto the scene 10 years ago, All Hail The Yeti initially grabbed people’s attention with an inventive blend of Southern metal and metalcore with a variety of elements ranging from grunge...
When it comes to heartbreaking stories in the world of guitar, there aren't many that can match that of Jason Becker and his more-than-25-year-long battle with ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis).