Morello - along with Nuno Bettencourt, John 5, Wayne Kramer, Vernon Reid, Bibi McGill and Billy Howerdel - discuss the can't-miss guitar experience
GW highlights guitarists who have embraced gear to its fullest, innovating new sounds and styles in the process.
Join us as we chat with the famed guitarist about his recent release, 'The Atlas Underground,' plus stories from the road and much more.
Guitarist promises show “somewhere between a crazy mosh pit, an illegal rave, a subversive art installation, and a prison riot.”
The class will "provide the building blocks for every student to create an authentic, artistic self on the electric guitar."
On a Wednesday night in January, a few friends got together for a low-key gig at Hollywood's Lucky Strike—a hidden bowling alley that doubles as a rock venue.
With the passing of rock and roll legend Chuck Berry, his label has released a single from Berry’s forthcoming album, Chuck.
Audioslave reunited for the first time in more than a decade on January 20 for an Anti-Inaugural Ball performance at the Teragram Ballroom in Los Angeles.
Prophets of Rage guitarist Tom Morello says one song inspired him more than any other to become more experimental in his playing and tone, including adding the DigiTech Whammy Pedal to his arsenal.
Prophets of Rage have reworked the Beastie Boys classic “No Sleep Till Brooklyn” into an anthem for last month’s Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio.