Monthly Archives: November 2004

Randy Bachman

Of the legendary rock guitarists who also have admirable guitar collections, it's hard to imagine anyone who's been more busy gathering than Randy Bachman. In...

Eric Johnson

If you just flew into Austin and were to drive around looking at the city, you'd barely have an inkling of the musical talent...

Tim O’Brien

If Tim O'Brien was a ballplayer, he'd be at least a "triple threat." He's a superb songwriter, a stellar mandolin player, a unique...

Rodney Crowell

In this modern world, most of us will have at least two major careers by the time we're 40. Rodney Crowell is already...

Kenny Olson

If you're talkin' Detroit rock, vintage guitars, muscle cars, then you're talkin' Kenny Olson. VG met Olson at the Detroit Guitar Show,...

The Roots of Echo

Post-WWII advances in recording techniques, including the use of artificial reverberation and delay enhanced music as opposed to merely capturing it. The sound...

Leo Nocentelli

The Meters are universally accepted as one of the great funk bands. Their rhythm section work is legendary for its ability to jump...

Steve Morse Band – Split Decision

It's hard to believe that the Steve Morse Band is nearly 20 years old. Formed in the wake of the Dixie Dregs' 1983...

Brother Red – Kickin’ It

Let's get down to bizness. B3 bizzness, that is. That's what Brother Red be all about. Three piece. Sho-nuf! ...

Seymour Duncan

Seymour Duncan is one of the most unassuming human beings on the face of the Earth, bar none. His name is held in...
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