Jeff Beck and Eric Clapton have performed together several times over the years. They've even toured together. But in terms of pure entertainment value, I haven't found anything as enjoyable than the clip at the bottom of this story.
Fans of Jeff Beck—and of vintage gear in general—might get a kick out of the video below. In the nearly 15-minute-long clip, which appears as bonus content on Beck's 2011 Rock 'n' Roll Party DVD, Beck shows off some of his favorite guitars.
Rufus Stone Limited Editions has unveiled the teaser video for Five Glorious Nights - Led Zeppelin at Earl's Court May 1975, a high-end visual documentation of the band's five-night stand at London's Earl's Court in May 1975.
Though she's recently been indulging in her love for jazz standards, over the weekend, Lady Gaga let her love for hard rock show. The pop superstar performed a wild version of Van Halen's classic, "Panama" with The Dirty Pearls at the band's gig at New York's Gramercy Theater.
Although you might know the hurdy-gurdy as an ancient folk instrument, the creative musician in the video below decided to electrify it and make it sound more like something you might heard on a Van Halen album.
Vox has revived the classic all-tube AC10 with the Custom Series AC10C1, which brilliantly reproduces Vox’s legendary Top Boost sound in a lower-wattage amp with the addition of an onboard studio quality reverb for even more versatility.
Slash has been busy touring the world with his trusty backing band, Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators. If you haven't been able to catch them live, this full, professionally-shot video of the group's entire set at Hellfest in Clisson, France might be just what you need on a Monday.
Over the weekend, Sammy Hagar responded to a few claims made by Eddie Van Halen in a new Billboard interview. Hagar was particularly upset with Van Halen’s statements about former Van Halen bassist Michael Anthony.