Rocker Ted Nugent, a strong proponent of Gibson Byrdlands and the Second Amendment (the right to keep and bear arms), is about to get a lot more face time on national TV. His new show, Ted Nugent's Gun Country, debuts on the Discovery Channel 10 p.m. (9 p.m. Central) Wednesday, October 10.
After announcing the addition of vocalist Ashe O'Hara last week, British progressive metal band TesseracT are now streaming their new single — and first tune to feature O'Hara on vocals — online. Check out "Nocturne" below.
In honor of Heart's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nomination, which was announced earlier today, GuitarWorld.com is proud to bring you this exclusive behind-the-scenes tour of Nancy Wilson's touring guitars — all the guitars (and other stringed instruments) she uses on the road with Heart.
Bob Riesman's heralded 2011 Big Bill Broonzy biography, I Feel So Good: The Life And Times of Big Bill Broonzy (University of Chicago Press), is coming to paperback October 15. I Feel So Good documents the life of the late Chicago blues legend by focusing on his early trips across the Atlantic in the 1950s. Broonzy, who was born in Arkansas, was one of the first Southern bluesmen to make waves in 1930s Chicago, blazing a trail for others who followed in his footsteps, including Muddy Waters and Howlin' Wolf.