A tantalizing look at one of rock's great "What Ifs."
During the production of the 1966 filmBlow-Up, director Michelangelo Antonioni envisioned a scene similar to that of Pete Townshend's famous live ritual of smashing his guitar on stage.
Check out the video clip below from 1983, showing Stevie Ray Vaughan perform an improvised 12-bar blues on a road-worn vintage Gibson acoustic.
Danny Gatton. who was born in Washington, D.C., September 4, 1945, began his career playing in bands while still a teenager.
When it comes to heartbreaking stories in the world of guitar, there aren't many that can match that of Jason Becker and his more-than-25-year-long battle with ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis).
In the late Eighties, Miller Lite beer, in an attempt to boost sales, planned a publicity stunt in Texas. It was dubbed the “Biggest Party In History.”
In February 1967, three months before the release of their debut studio album, Are You Experienced, the Jimi Hendrix Experience took to the stage in a small club around 30 miles outside London.
Jimi Hendrix played London's Royal Albert Hall on three occasions between 1967 and 1969, firstly sharing the bill with likes of (the) Pink Floyd, the Amen Corner, the Nice and the Move.