It’s easy to get sucked into the vortex of sunshine and good times when you’re a twentysomething rock musician living in Los Angeles, in flux between work, sleep and hard partying.
Jeff Beck and Eric Clapton have performed together several times over the years. They've even toured together.
Even though the Beatles hired a film crew to document the 1969 recording sessions for what would become Let It Be, it's not all that common to see studio footage of the band from before that time.
It's been 25 years since Firehouse won Favorite Heavy Metal/Hard Rock New Artist at the 1992 American Music Awards, beating out Nirvana and Alice in Chains.
Few musicians in the history of rock have been as beloved—revered, really—as Ozzy Osbourne’s late guitarist and musical soul mate, Randy Rhoads. Only 25 when he was killed in an airplane accident...
Bassist Nathan East’s resume reads like a music industry who’s who.
As you might know by now, WatchMojo.com posts top-10 video lists about just about everything.
Zepparella guitarist Gretchen Menn’s new conceptual work, Abandon All Hope, is an eclectic study of guitar, art and literature.
Def Leppard's new concert film, And There Will Be a Next Time: Live from Detroit, captures the power and raw energy of one of rock’s most dynamic and celebrated bands.
“I was actually just pulling out my Explorer earlier today,” Stephen Pearcy says when Guitar World calls him at home late on a January afternoon.
A song that many fans have asked me about is “Blast Inc.,” which I recorded with my side project, Haunted Shores.
This month, I’d like to discus the art of improvising over a key change, using a modulation of chords that are a half step apart.
Most rock guitarists employ repetitive sequences in guitar solos, and in this first column I’d like to show you a great exercise based on four-note patterns that will be applicable to many...