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Carol Kaye

Contrary to what some aspiring bass players might think, the world's most recorded electric bassist isn't some modern-day L.A. dude purveying "NAMM chops" (to...
Jesse Johnson

Jesse Johnson

In the early 1980s, Jesse Johnson traveled from Rock Island, Illinois, to Minneapolis and found fame with The Time and Prince to help define...
Chris Spedding

Chris Spedding

The career of guitarist Chris Spedding has spanned more than four decades and included a commendable solo career, a stint in bassist Andy Fraser’s...
Tinsley Ellis

Tinsley Ellis

After decades of roadhouses, bars, and international touring, bluesman Tinsley Ellis is still going strong. A 1979 graduate of Emory University, he always aspired...
Jonny Wickersham

Jonny Wickersham

Best known as the Les Paul Junior-slinging guitarist stage left of Mike Ness in Social Distortion, Jonny “Two Bags” Wickersham speaks with a laid-back...

Vinnie Moore

Vinnie Moore emerged in the mid ’80s, garnering praise for his work as a solo instrumentalist and for his contributions to Alice Cooper’s Hey...
Steve Gunn

Steve Gunn

Steve Gunn’s Way Out Weather is a textured effort that takes cues from a diverse palette including John Fahey, Chicago blues, ’60s/’70s Americana, Philip...
Wayne Nelson

Wayne Nelson

Bassist/vocalist Wayne Nelson has decades of experience with the Little River Band and was the first American to join the band (in 1980). He’s...
Julian Lage

Julian Lage

People having been raving about Julian Lage since he was a young guitar prodigy almost 20 years ago – he even jammed onstage with...
Snowy White

Snowy White

Snowy White, one of the finest blues and rock musicians to come out of the U.K., built a career on near-anonymity. Deliberately. “It is...
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