Like a lot of Beatles songs, "Sour Milk Sea" was recorded—in the Sixties—at Abbey Road Studios in London. Also like a lot of Beatles songs, it was written by George Harrison and features Harrison on lead guitar, Paul McCartney on bass and Ringo Starr on drums.
It takes balls to ask a legendary bassist like Horace Panter of the Specials to sit in with you for a cigar box guitar concert. It takes balls the size of Cleveland to demand he play a washtub bass. Apparently, I have balls the size of Cleveland.
Since 2004, Kristian Bush's songwriting has helped Sugarland sell over 22 million albums worldwide. But, his debut solo album, Southern Gravity, introduces Bush as a force to be reckoned with as a solo artist. I recently spoke with Bush about Southern Gravity, his music, gear and more.
For nearly a decade, Dear Guitar Hero — where everyday fans get a chance to ask their hero a question — has remained one of Guitar World magazine’s most popular departments. Now the best of these interviews with rock’s most inspiring six-string icons are presented here in one volume.