Thirty-five years ago today, four kids from California took the stage at Radio City in Anaheim, California completely unaware that their band would one day be among the biggest in the world.
Cort Guitars and British luthiers Manson Guitar Works have announced a new collaboration for 2017, the Cort/Manson Classic TC.
It’s been more than a year since Sammy Hagar sent Eddie Van Halen a birthday greeting via Twitter, signaling a thawing in their frosty relationship and leading fans to wonder if a Van Hagar reunion...
Remember ZZ Top's iconic spinning fur guitars? I'm talking, of course, about those now-famous hirsute twirling axes—a guitar and a bass—that appear in the band's 1983 "Legs" music video.
Several years ago, I was buying a new guitar from my local shop.
In November 2003, Fender announced that 100 Stevie Ray Vaughan “Number One” replica guitars would be made by their Custom Shop (all by John Cruz), priced at $10,000 each.
It’s been 28 years since Jethro Tull beat out Metallica in one of the greatest upsets in award show history.
Very recently, Metallica's Kirk Hammett made a guest appearance on Mexican YouTube channel Luisito Rey.
Fifty years ago today—March 13, 1965—guitarist Eric Clapton quit the Yardbirds. It's one of the best things that ever happened—period.
Imagine Dragons recently released the music video for their new single, “Believer.”
Most musicians love a good movie. Cinema offers a fun, relaxing respite after your typical five-hour, finger-grinding guitar workout. But what's a guitar player to watch when documentaries get too...
Jon Anderson will appear with his former bandmates in Yes when they are inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on April 7.
Pink Floyd made one of their earliest TV performances on March 26, 1968, on the U.K. program The Sound of Change, which focused on the counterculture revolution then taking place in the U.K.,...