When Gregg Allman died at his home near Savannah, Georgia, on May 27 due to complications from liver cancer, the music world lost one of its greatest and most consistent performers.
In 2015, Eric Clapton said he would not tour any more, even writing in the program for his 70th birthday tour, "I swear this is it, no more.”
Acoustic fingerpicker Joshua Jacobson scored quite a coup on his wonderful debut album, Good Little Thing, getting Dickey Betts to play on a cut.
Johnny Lang was a 15-year-old blues guitarist and singing prodigy when he burst on the national scene in 1997.
On his first solo album in 15 years, blues great Doyle Bramhall II utilizes a lifetime of influences and experiences in a quest for aural nirvana.
Since the Allman Brothers Band played their final show on October 28, 2014, at New York’s Beacon Theatre, fans of the iconic group have sought tastes of the band’s music wherever they canget them.
He’s one of the founding members of the Black Crowes, played alongside Jimmy Page in 1999 and saw his guitars get washed away by Hurricane Sandy, but what Guitar World readers really want to know is…
God Don't Never Change: The Songs of Blind Willie Johnsonis a new tribute album dedicated to the great blues and gospel guitarist and singer.