Ritchie Blackmore reflects on his decades of fascination with Renaissance music and talks about his latest endeavors to blend electric guitar with old-world instruments on the Blackmore’s Night album Secret Voyage.
Eric Clapton, Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker gave birth to the power trio, redefined rock improvisation and sold millions of albums. For all their success, Guitar World tells how nothing could stop the Cream from curdling.
He shaped the course of metal with his fiendish riffs and wicked guitar tones. Forty years after Black Sabbath's birth, Tony Iommi reflects on his riff-tastic career and his legacy as the grand wizard who defined metal for the ages.