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Dave Amato

This year marks Boston-born Dave Amato’s 19th annum with REO Speedwagon. The guitarist moved to California in 1980 and became a working session player...

John Tropea

John Tropea has spent much of his life in a studio, playing guitar, helping make hit records for people with names other than his...

Patterson Hood

It’s a brave new world for Drive-By Truckers and their latest album, Brighter Than Creation’s Dark. Guitarist/songwriter Patterson Hood says the record flowed from...

Reb Beach

There’s no two waysabout it – thanks to MTV dunces Beavis and Butthead, Winger gets no respect. But the band knows how write killer...

Joe Peña

“ sounds so good that whoever’s going to play the main part in a song plays it. I insist! I think the pickups are...

Charlie Gracie

“...as I went from London to Liverpool to Manchester to Birmingham to Scotland, in the audience were all these young kids coming up –...

The Steepwater Band

Taking a spin with Chicago sons The Steepwater Band and their latest CD, Revelation Sunday, is an experience akin to traversing the backroads of...

Robert Lockwood, Jr.

With the death of Robert Lockwood, Jr., the blues world lost one of the few direct links to Robert Johnson as well as one...

Jim Campilongo

I’ve always loved sounds. Even before I became a ‘Tele guy,’ I had a Les Paul and loved making car horn sounds. I ......

Greg Howe

Nimble-fingered fusion monster Greg Howe has been keeping busy since the release of Extraction in 2003. He has appeared as a guest on a...
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