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Interview: Glenn Hughes of Black Country Communion on the New Album, '2,' His Autobiography and His Favorite Bass

Producer Kevin Shirley, who has worked with the Black Crowes, Aerosmith and Journey, was attending Guitar Center's King of the Blues event in Los Angeles in November 2009 when he happened upon an inspirational sight — a jam session involving master blues guitarist Joe Bonamassa and legendary bassist and frontman Glenn Hughes. ... …

Randy Rhoads Commemorative Wine Now Available

In honor of guitar legend Randy Rhoads, his family has paid tribute to him with a special limited edition commemorative Cabernet Sauvingnon handcrafted wine. The late guitarist's sister Kathy, her husband Richard D'Argenzio and his family—who are proprietors for D'Argenzio Winery—produced the wine. "This Randy Rhoads Special 2005 Cabernet Sauvignon is a very limited edition wine and each bottle... …

Art of Shredding: Gus G.

The Ozzy Osbourne and Firewind guitarist discusses shred guitar.   For flat-out, unapologetic soloing, who blows your mind? Gary Moore and Michael Schenker.   What album/song inspired you to play fast? "Trilogy Suite Op. 5" from Yngwie Malmsteen's Trilogy.   What helped you progress dramatically as a guitarist? My metronome and practice discipline!   What key performanc in your discography is a... …

Black Sabbath To Release Live Triple LP Set

The upcoming Black Sabbath live album, Black Sabbath: Live at Hammersmith Odeon, will be exclusively available at participating Metal Club stores (click here for more info) at a suggested retail price of $36.98 on January 11, 2011 as individually numbered, limited edition (of 3000) triple LP set on 180g vinyl. The release documents Black Sabbath, with Ronnie James Dio and Vinny Appice on vocals... …

Ozzy Osbourne Interview

The Godfather of Heavy Metal meets the new kid on the block! Ozzy Osbourne talks about getting clean and sober, firing Zakk Wylde, and hiring a young unknown named Gus G., his new guitarist on his latest album, Scream.   "I didn’t believe in blackouts. I thought they were a myth, until one day I woke up in a police cell and the police officer read the rap sheet, which said: ‘Mr. John Michael... …

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