Sixx:A.M. have dropped “We Will Not Go Quietly,” the first single from forthcoming record, Vol. 2 Prayers for the Blessed. The album is set for a November 18 release via Eleven Seven Music.
Guitar virtuoso Paul Gilbert appears in a recent episode of Ernie Ball’s acclaimed String Theory series to talk about his love of guitar, influences and choice of strings and gauges.
Robert Plant and his band, the Sensational Space Shifters, marked their triumphant return to Austin City Limits for the first time in 14 years last March, which included new renditions of Led...
If you’ve spent any time in a guitar store—and haven’t we all?—you know it can be a miserable experience.
Bob Weir is on quite a roll. The release of Blue Mountain, his first solo album in 10 years—and his first collection of entirely new material in three decades—is the culmination of 18 very active...
In his latest video, Phillip McKnight shows us the new and long-awaited EVH Striped Wolfgang Special.
Emmure have signed a record deal with Nuclear Blast/SharpTone Records and expect to release a new album in early 2017.
A YouTube user known as larzgallows on YouTube creates and posts "One Man Zepp" videos.
For today's Friday Flashback, we revisit June 20, 2009, when Mr. Big performed at the world-famous Budokan in Tokyo, Japan.
Like most musical movements, grunge has rather obscure beginnings, having grown organically out of the sounds of numerous bands working the Seattle scene in the late Eighties.
As many know, Joe Satriani was a guitar teacher before he found fame with his 1987 album, Surfing with the Alien.
“CRX is probably an odd choice for a band name, but to me it sums up what our music sounds like.” Strokes guitarist Nick Valensi is explaining the origins of the name for his new side band.
From the first strains of “Memphis Train,” the opening track of her new album, Memphis Rock and Soul, Melissa Etheridge sounds right at home.