With a little help from Warren Haynes, GW sifts through the late Band legend’s discography for the ultimate Robertson guitar playlist
In his final Guitar World interview, the late guitar legend shares his earliest guitar influences, what it was like to get booed onstage with Dylan and why the Band’s final days were so heartbreaking
We pay tribute to the ultimate survivor, who broke every bone in his body and still kept the music going with a style that inspired generations of players
In this classic interview, the late Southern rock icon discusses Ronnie Van Zant's habit of writing lyrics in the shower, how Sweet Home Alabama started as a joke and why the band's record label begged them not to include Free Bird on their debut album
Aged nine, T-Bone Walker gave Steve Miller lessons. Crazier still, Les Paul taught him his first chords. Here Miller tells the story... And it involves Chuck Berry, too
Bob Weir and company take classic Grateful Dead songs to bold new places on Live in Colorado, his first live album with the Wolf Bros. Also up for discussion? How he and Jerry Garcia dealt with stage fright
The blues-rock master takes us inside her bold new album, Just Like That…, and charts her never-ending journey through the world of slide guitar
Believe it or not, Gov’t Mule’s latest album, Heavy Load Blues, is Warren Haynes’ first foray into full-on blues – and it all happened while they were recording another album entirely
The venerable frontman/guitarist looks back on 20 years on the road – and the rhinestones-meets-rock ’n’ soul formula behind their seventh studio album, You Hear Georgia
The fingerpicking maestro discusses auditioning for George Harrison and Paul McCartney as an unknown 20-year-old – and working with jazz master John Pizzarelli on his latest release
“Being slightly unsure of how Trey worked, I learned all the guitar parts myself… When we got to the first rehearsal, it turned out Trey had done the same thing!”
"I’m well aware that I’m one of the luckiest people walking the planet," says the businessman and Ghost Hounds guitarist
Bonnie Raitt, Buddy Guy, Dr. John, Vaughan's former bandmates and more recall the development of one of the greatest guitarists of all time
Devon Allman, Duane Betts and Johnny Stachela discuss how they carry the Allman Brothers torch, while forging their own impressive sonic path
'Off at 11' is another step toward the 34-year-old Chicago native establishing himself as a contemporary blues rock giant.
"There is a lot of fretboard pornography—a focus on how fast Shawn could play. Of course he did and it was fantastic but what made it fantastic is what he played.”
“It was just wonderful, a real joy." Two fusion guitar legends discuss their new live album with GW.
At 22, Marcus King is already one of the most compelling blues-based guitarists around. Here, he discusses his brilliant new album with GW.