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Deep Purple Planning New Album for 2013

Legendary hard rock band Deep Purple have officially announced plans to write and record a new album for a 2013 release. The band will be writing and touring throughout 2012, with a world tour following, likely coinciding with the album's release. ... …

Dear Guitar Hero: Steve Morse

He’s a stylistic master of the guitar who has been a member of classic rock acts that include Kansas and Deep Purple. But what Guitar World readers really want to know is… If you could put together the ultimate five-piece rock supergroup, who would be in the band? You can choose from musicians living or dead. —Phil Murray Oh, boy, this is very difficult. On drums, I’d say John Bonham. Jeff Beck... …

Guitar Center Sessions Presents Ernie Ball Music Man's 25th Anniversary Tour

Guitar Center and Ernie Ball/Music Man proudly announce an evening of dialogue and music with virtuosos Steve Morse, Steve Lukather and Dave LaRue. Hosted by Sterling Ball, this in depth conversation looks back on a quarter century of passion and commitment, building the finest instruments made exclusively in the United States. Steve Morse, Steve Lukather, Sterling Ball and other special guests... …

6,346 Guitar Players Converge in Poland to Play Hendrix's "Hey Joe"

On Friday, May 1, 2009, 6,346 guitar players joined together at the “Thanks Jimi Festival” in Poland to play the Jimi Hendrix hit “Hey Joe,” more than tripling the standing record for “Largest Guitar Ensemble” of 2,052 set last year in Concord, California. The event took place in the historic center of Wroclaw, Poland (formerly Breslau) — a city which has taken on the title of “Wroclaw Guitar... …

Steve Morse, Andy Timmons, Frank Gambale & more appear on new CD

The Emmy Award winning composer/guitarist Brian Tarquin’s accomplishments include establishing himself as a top rate TV composer/recording artist, owner of Jungle Room Studios, owner of BHP Records and can now add philanthropist to the long and ever growing list. The Manhattan native has brought together a group of artists that read like the who’s-who of the guitar world on his latest project,... …

101 Amazing Licks - Lick 41

We all know a great lick when we hear one—Jimmy Page’s solo breaks in “Whole Lotta Love” and Mark Knopfler’s blistering triads in “Sultans of Swing,” for example. Moments like these grab your attention and aurally brand your ears forever. Or, sometimes it acts more subliminally: You suddenly find yourself playing a certain lick over and over again, wondering, Where have I heard this before? ... …

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