Monthly Archives: January 2007

The Morells – Think About It

The Morells - Think About It The Morells have been making music in many forms for awhile, including as their alter egos, the Skeletons, who...

Marah – If You Didn’t Laugh… You’d Cry

Marah - If You Didn't Laugh... You'd Cry The kids from Philly - Marah brothers Dave and Serge Bielanko - have left home for the...

Roine Stolt – Wall Street Voodoo

Roine Stolt - Wall Street Voodoo Roine Stolt is best known for fronting the acclaimed progressive band The Flower Kings. But in the back of...

Fender’s American Deluxe Stratocaster V Neck

One look Fender's latest Frontline catalog and you'll see a huge array of models - Custom Shop N.O.S., Closet Classic, and Relics, artist signature...

Robert Cray

Vintage Guitar first interviewed guitarist Robert Cray in 1997, and since then he has maintained a consistent pace in recording and performing. His albums...

James McMurtry – Childish Things

James McMurtry - Childish Things McMurtry's Too Long In the Wasteland, from 1989, was an auspicious debut in more ways than one. Among its 11...

Nickel Creek – Why Should the Fire Die?

Nickel Creek - Why Should the Fire Die? Nickel Creek is the hottest acoustic trio in the U.S., and judging by Why Should the Fire...

The Ian Siegal Band – Meat and Potatoes

The Ian Siegal Band - Meat and Potatoes Ian is a big deal with blues fans in Europe, including Jeff Beck and Ronnie Wood. One...

Greg Koch – 4 Days in the South

Greg Koch is one of those players with chops to spare. But he's also got a wonderful sense of humor and despite his talent,...

Little Charlie and the Nightcats – Nine Lives

Little Charlie and the Nightcats - Nine Lives What can you say about Charlie Baty and the boys? This is their ninth record for Alligator...
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