Check out this video of Roger Daltrey and Oasis' Liam Gallagher joining forces for a performance of the Who's classic "My Generation" on a special celebrating the 20-year anniversary of the British television show, TFI Friday.
If you've read the headline, you already know what lies ahead. Enjoy this video of a 2-year-old kid plays Rage Against the Machine's "Bulls on Parade" on Guitar Hero. The clip, which was posted to the interwebs June 12, is nearing the 4 million-views mark as we speak.
Morse is renowned for reeling off what he calls "un-guitaristic" lines of seemingly impossible complexity. These keyboard- and fiddle-inspired trademark phrases often consist of no more than a single note on any given string. This kind of one-note-per-string arpeggio picking is typically regarded as the domain of fingerpickers, not flatpickers.
As a tribute to B.B. King, who died May 14, Joe Satriani, Steve Vai, Animals As Leaders' Tosin Abasi and Dethklok's Brendon Small performed King's "The Thrill Is Gone" Friday night at LA's Wiltern Theater.
There’s a certain stigma that’s often associated with a lot of singer/songwriters these days. One where it can be more about the message rather than the music. But for guitarist James Bay, it’s always been about finding the perfect balance between tasty guitar work and writing organic songs that are real and honest.
1975 was a year of ambition; from the grand opuses from Pink Floyd and Led Zeppelin, to the introspection of the Who and Bob Dylan, artists who had spent years at the top of the heap were looking for new ways to express themselves. And the results were often fascinating.