The heart and soul of Black Sabbath offers his own thoughts on the highs and lows of the band's vast discography
Over 20 years, three bands, 14 albums and one man: we pick through the Alter Bridge and Creed guitarist's highlights
Though he’s traversed a number of musical styles - and given his public image a number of self-imposed wounds - over the years, his six-string skill has rarely been in question
These memorable intros bring lighters out of pockets, prompt roars of recognition from a crowd and cause freeway drivers to reach for the volume knob
Though he was technically their bassist, Paul McCartney was responsible for many fine six-string moments in The Beatles catalog.
GW highlights guitarists who have embraced gear to its fullest, innovating new sounds and styles in the process.
Frank Zappa famously proclaimed that “jazz isn’t dead, it just smells funny.” And while that certainly may have been true in the Seventies and Eighties, there's a younger breed of jazz musicians making music that is forward-looking but far less odorous.