You are here

Author Profile

senior editor

Damian Fanelli

Articles from Damian Fanelli

Top Five Things Every Intermediate Guitarist Should Know

Below, we present a somewhat recently posted (August 2015) video by guitar instructor Erich Andreas of YourGuitarSage.com—"Top Five Things Every Intermediate Guitar Player Should Know."Bearing in mind that Andreas is assuming you already know the basics of guitar—how to play some basic chords, simple melodies, a few scales, etc., these are tips that will help get you to the next level.Andreas'... …

Squeeze Premiere "Innocence in Paradise" Music Video

Veteran U.K. rockers Squeeze have premiered a new music video, and you can check it out below. The song, "Innocence in Paradise," is from their upcoming album, The Knowledge, which will be released this Friday, October 13.The album comes hot on the heels of 2015's Cradle to the Grave, their first studio album (of new material) since 1998's Domino.It seems the band has truly come back to life... …

Blues Great Ronnie Earl Announces New Album, 'The Luckiest Man'

Blues guitarist extraordinaire Ronnie Earl has announced a new album, The Luckiest Man. The disc, which was recorded with Earl's longtime band, the Broadcasters, will be released November 17 via Stony Plain Records.According to Earl, The Luckiest Man is “a traditional blues album of remembrance, love and unwavering resolve to live with faith and gratitude.”The album follows the sudden loss of... …

John Lennon and Frank Zappa Jam in New York City in 1971

On June 6, 1971, former Beatle John Lennon performed at New York City's Fillmore East with Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention.It was a strange night, as you'll see (and hear) in the clip below. For starters, Yoko Ono also "performed" with Lennon and the Mothers.In reality, all she did was scream her head off, just as she did when Lennon and the Plastic Ono Band performed in Toronto in... …

John Entwistle's Isolated Bass from Shepperton "Won't Get Fooled Again"

Today, we're taking some time out to remember the legendary John "The Ox" Entwistle of the Who.Below, check out some extraordinary footage of Entwistle's isolated bass track from the Who's "Won't Get Fooled Again," as performed May 25, 1978, at the U.K.'s Shepperton Studios. Entwistle, who is standing in front of a wall of Sunn cabinets, is playing his Alembic Spyder bass (Dean makes a limited... …

Pages