William Shatner has a new music video out, and while it's no "Rocket Man", it is most certainly musical entertainment in a way only the Shat can provide. You can watch his video for Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" below.
Yesterday, Amazon.de posted audio samples of all 10 tracks off the upcoming collaborative album from Lou Reed and Metallica. While the samples were taken down quickly, Loutallica were nice enough to post higher-quality samples of Lulu online, which you can check out below.
It's not often my two loves -- guitar and the Police Academy movies -- intersect, but today is one of those days. I just stumbled on this video, which features Michael Winslow playing Jimi Hendrix... with his mouth. No, seriously.
The hallmark of Ozzy's decades-spanning career has been his indelible knack for recruiting Grade A guitarists into his band. Below is a visual history of the Prince of Darkness' six-string kings throughout the years.
Every year around this time, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame announces its list of nominees for the following year's class, an announcement that always brings with it a slew of "Yeah, but does it really matter if ______ isn't in the Hall of Fame?" and "_____!? They're not even a rock band!" type comments.
From an early age, Richie Kotzen was tagged as a virtuoso, a guitar hero, a shredder. All true, of course, but with time, Kotzen proved to be so much more — a multi-instrumentalist singer/songwriter who can play at the speed of light one minute and then do a complete turnaround with an acoustic guitar and ballad.