Rock ‘N' Roll Fantasy Camp—which is now in its 21st year—gives musicians the chance to hang with and learn from some of the most respected talents in rock.
Thirty-five years have passed since the Michael Schenker Group released their legendary live album, One Night at Budokan.
Quiet Riot guitarist Alex Grossi and American Idol finalistJames Durbin recently announced anew collaboration, Maps to the Hollywood Scars.
When Steve Vai asked guitarist Nita Strauss to take part in his new Favored Nations compilation, She Rocks, Vol. 1, the Alice Cooper Band shredder never gave it a second thought.
It's been 25 years since Firehouse won Favorite Heavy Metal/Hard Rock New Artist at the 1992 American Music Awards, beating out Nirvana and Alice in Chains.
Zepparella guitarist Gretchen Menn’s new conceptual work, Abandon All Hope,is an eclectic study of guitar, art and literature.
Def Leppard's new concert film,And There Will Be a Next Time: Live from Detroit,captures the power and raw energy of one of rock’s most dynamic and celebrated bands.
Heart’s epic new CD/DVD/Blu-ray, Live at the Royal Albert Hall with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, captures the band’s first performance—ever—at the legendary London venue.
Glenn Hughes decided to go back to his roots for Resonate,his first solo album of new material in eight years.
Guitarist John Roth first met vocalist Terry Brock in 2009 while working on Giant’s Promised Landrecord.
Andy Timmons Band’s eighth album, Theme from a Perfect World, is an inspired, guitar-driven affair made up of 10 hook-filled instrumentalsthat are sure to satisfy even the pickiest of guitarists.
Skydog: The Duane Allman Retrospective,Rounder Records' 2013 box set honoring the musical legacy of the late Allman Brothers Band guitarist, was a critical and commercial success.
Thirty years after the release of his breakthrough album, Tones, guitar legend Eric Johnson is releasing his first all-acoustic solo effort, aptly titled EJ.
Michael Sweet’s new solo album, One Sided War, is packed withhook-laden songs that transcend the tasty fretwork and soaring vocals we’ve come to expect from the Stryper frontman.
Over the course of their 40-plus-year history, the Doobie Brothers have been delivering their distinctbrand of roots-based, harmony-laden, guitar-driven rock to eager fans old and new.