Remember the time Slash overstayed his welcome during a live appearance with Michael Jackson? We didn't either.
"I would never want to be on stage knowing that my playing was substandard but hoping that no one notices. That’s not me.”
"I don’t know how to play a goddamned scale. I don’t know what a 13th is, or an augmented ninth. I could give a shit. All I do is make the guitar scream with pain or pleasure.”
Joe Satriani rocks an Australian morning show—a rare pre-JS Series Ibanez prototype in hand—in 1988.
Meet the first woman to be crowned The International Bluegrass Music Association Guitarist of the Year.
'Off at 11' is another step toward the 34-year-old Chicago native establishing himself as a contemporary blues rock giant.
In 1979, the man who wrote "Silly Love Songs" decided to break out the rock and roll (and a few love songs).
Nik Mystery, in the words of Mike Dawes, “is about as far removed from solo fingerstyle guitar and [Periphery’s] progressive metal as anything.”