When considering "blues guitar locales," chances are your thoughts turn to places like Chicago, Memphis, Kansas City and the Mississippi Delta.
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Sick Puppies have sold more than a million records since bursting onto the scene more than a decade ago.
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Lita Ford's new memoir,Living Like a Runaway, is jam packed with stories of a truly eventful—and impressive—rock and rolllife.
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Chicago’sLed Zeppelin 2recreate the sights, soundsand the pure rock 'n' roll euphoria of an early to mid-SeventiesLed Zeppelin show.
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