The recording is taken from the quintet's new live album, 'Generation Axe—The Guitars That Destroyed the World: Live In China.'
The track hails from the forthcoming Generation Axe live album, 'The Guitars That Destroyed the World.'
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"I love to have fun, except I do it a little differently than most people.” Steve Vai dishes on his idea of a good time: tearing it up with four fellow axe wizards on the 'Generation Axe' tour.
The four guitarists paid tribute to Freddie Mercury at the Pennsylvania stop on the Generation Axe tour.
"I knew that if young musicians saw the potential in it for their ideas, it was going to evolve into something pretty incredible," he says.
On April 7, Journey were among the honorees at the Rock andRoll Hall of Fame's32nd annual induction ceremony at Barclays Centerin Brooklyn, New York.
The Generation Axe tour—which features five Guitar World cover stars (on one stage at the same time)—wraps up May 9 in Red Bank, New Jersey.
As we reported last week, the Generation Axe tour—featuringSteve Vai, Yngwie Malmsteen, Zakk Wylde, Nuno BettencourtandTosin Abasi—kicked off April 5 in Seattle.
Rehearsals are over, and the Generation Axe tour—featuring Steve Vai, Zakk Wylde, Yngwie Malmsteen, Nuno Bettencourtand Tosin Abasi—is finally hitting the road.