“That’s our first Alter Bridge Gold record,” guitarist Mark Tremonti says, gesturing toward a plaque in an upstairs room of his Orlando mansion. It’s an unusually hot October day and Tremonti is showing Guitar World around his house. In the same room, he directs our attention toward a row of smaller, magazine-sized frames. “We’ve got some Guitar Worlds up there.
Led Zeppelin is widely considered one of the most influential bands in rock-guitar history, and now Guitar World and Ultimate-Guitar.com have joined forces to bring fans an extraordinary box set of Zeppelin tabs, magazines and collectibles.
As one of the most popular indie-rock acts of the ‘80s and ‘90s, Throwing Muses helped to pave the way for a host of female-fronted bands that came after them. Now after a ten-year absence, Throwing Muses have returned with Purgatory/Paradise, a release that easily contends as one of 2013’s most intriguing records
The late Frank Zappa made his first Guitar World cover appearance with the March 1982 issue. The cover calls him "America's Most Misunderstood Genius," and the original story by John Swenson starts on page 34. Here's part one of that interview. Check back for part two later this week.
Today, GuitarWorld.com presents an exclusive behind-the-scenes video featuring the Reverend Horton Heat. In the clip below, join Jim “The Rev” Heath as he discusses the making of the band's new music video for "Let Me Teach You How To Eat.”
Despite the diversity of George Harrison's many pursuits during his 58 years on earth — racing, gardening, Indian religion and culture, film making and anything remotely associated with ukeleles, Mel Brooks or Monty Python — he'll go down in history as one fourth of the Beatles.