Quantcast

Monthly Archives: May 2001

Mick Ralphs

The legendary Bad Company was born in 1973, when Mick Ralphs left Mott The Hoople and teamed up with ex-Free vocalist Paul Rodgers. ...

Johnny Rivers

There are perhaps a handful of guitar riffs so distinctive they become indelibly associated with an artist. For Johnny Rivers, the opening of...

Duke Robillard

A new year, a new label, a new release, and if you look close enough you'll see a recently-acquired endorsement from Gibson/Epiphone. Has...

Marty Stuart

Let's say you've been on the country music scene for around 30 years, even though you're only in your early 40s. And let's...

Sylvain Sylvain

Subway Rhythm is an apt name for Sylvain Sylvain's music publishing company. The former New York Doll's train of thought makes all the stops, a...

Walter Trout

Guitarist Walter Trout resides in California, but the acclaim for his ferocious, blues-based playing tends to resound from the right side of the North...

Dick Wagner and Steve Hunter

Even the world's greatest rock and roll showmen can't monopolize the affections of the world's youth without some help. Sorry, Alice Cooper. ...

Rick Dodge The Convertible

We know what you're thinking: "Ummm... Dodge convertible. If I could have one, I'd take a '70 Challenger R/T, Hemi, four-speed, Plum Crazy...

Tuki Amp Covers

Tuki Covers has been around since 1986, developing ever-better ways to protect various musical equipment from the many hazards that accompany real-word, professional use....

Foxrox Captain Coconut

Dave Fox's new electronics company, Foxrox, recently hit the market with its Captain Coconut pedal. While most of the interest in the pedal...
Close [x]