ZZ Top and Jeff Beck will kick off their summer tour August 8 — and you can check out all the dates below. The tour is formatted to offer a free-standing set from Beck, a free-standing set from ZZ Top and a joint performance where Beck joins the ZZ Top for the finale.
It seems Jeff Beck has canceled the second leg of his European tour. According to a June 26 post on Beck's official website, jeffbeckofficial.com, the guitarist, who turned 70 on June 24, had been instructed by doctors to stop performing for six weeks. It also said he would "undertake a short hospital procedure."
Jeff Beck has canceled the second leg of his European tour. Beck, who turned 70 on Tuesday, has been instructed by doctors to stop performing for six weeks. He also will "undertake a short hospital procedure." We are unsure at this time of Beck's condition, a condition that also was the result of "emergency medical attention" (See below). We will update this story when we have more information.
He is held in the highest regard by Eric Clapton and Jimmy Page, was close friends with Jimi Hendrix, and his mid-Sixties recordings with the Yardbirds invented the sound for heavy metal guitar. But what Guitar World readers really want to know is ...
Jeff Beck has released a new three-track CD — Yosogai — in Japan. Don't bother looking for it on iTunes in the U.S. — it's not there, although some of the songs might wind up on his much-anticipated 2014 album.
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.
Jeff Beck is readying what he feels is a "very important album." In a new interview with Rolling Stone, the 69-year-old guitarist discussed the timing of — and process of creating — his upcoming release.
For this week's flashback video, we head to Honolulu, Hawaii, in 1984. That's where — and when — Jeff Beck joined Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble on stage to play an impressive mini-set that included "Jeff's Boogie," a 1966 instrumental from the Yardbirds' Roger the Engineer album.