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Rex Brown

Throughout his career, Rex Brown has delivered the low-end as the bassist for Pantera, Down, and Kill Devil Hill. But for his new (and...

Kenny Wayne Shepherd

Blues-rock suffered a blow in 1990 with the death of Stevie Ray Vaughan. But later in the decade, a crop of young guitarists emerged,...

Andy Summers

For Andy Summers, it would be easy to compose Police-like music – reggae rhythms, clean/chorus guitar tones, etc. But fans learned to expect the...

Warren Haynes

Digging through the Gov’t Mule catalog recalls a legacy of great music. More than just another jam band, the group spent the last 22...

Ritchie Blackmore

In any conversation about the dawn of hard rock and metal, several bands rise up –  Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath, Mountain, Grand Funk Railroad,...

Cliff Gallup

There was a custom at Owen Bradley Film & Recording Studios in Nashville; artists cut vocal tracks with backing from Bradley’s crack team of session...

Vic Juris

Every noted jazz artist in the world is familiar with Vic Juris. His body of work commands serious respect and admiration from today’s music...

Luis Carlos Maldonado

Train guitarist Luis Carlos Maldonado’s musical upbringing and skill on the fretboard has earned him cherry gigs with artists like John Waite, UFO, and...

Bettie Serveert

Bettie Serveert is still going strong, 25 years after bursting on the scene in Amsterdam at the height of alternative rock. Palomine, its acclaimed debut,...

Rodney Crowell

Rodney Crowell arrived in Nashville in 1972, bent on finding a niche for himself in the country music he’d loved since his childhood in...
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Giveaway #171

Be 1 of 2 to win an autographed edition of “Into The Light” valued at $50! Ace music photographer and VG contributor Jérôme Brunet often...
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