This This month we feature Blackberry Smoke, Mark O’Connor, Steve Cropper, Ian Crichton, Jane Getter, Jesse Aycock, Ally Venable, Al Stewart, Cheap Trick, Blackberry Smoke, Tony Joe White, Black Sabbath, Jorma Kaukonen, Southern Culture on the Skids, and many others!
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Don’t miss Vintage Guitar magazine’s monthly playlist on the music-streaming service Spotify. Each month, Karl Markgraf curates a playlist featuring artists and songs mentioned in the pages of VG, arranged in order to play along as you read the issue, or just enjoy on its own! Karl holds bachelor’s degree in Jazz Guitar from the University of Northern Colorado, and works as a performing and recording artist, producer, and educator in New York.
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Also on Spotify is VG’s “Have Guitar Will Travel” podcast, hosted by James Patrick Regan. The twice-monthly episodes feature guitar players, builders, dealers, and more, all sharing their personal stories, tales from the road, studio, or shop, and their love of great guitars and amps.
Bonnie Hayes is a guitarist, songwriter, and head of the songwriting department at Berklee College. Bonnie grew up in a very musical family and two of her brothers are players who’ve backed superstars. She has written tunes recorded by Cher, Bette Midler, Bonnie Raitt, Natalie Cole, Robert Cray, David Crosby, Adam Ant, and Booker T and the MGs while also releasing her own albums. She and James discuss her love of jazz and punk, and how a trip to New York opened her eyes to the realities of the music industry. They also touch on her band opening for Muddy Waters and Bob Seger, seeing the Sex Pistols at their first U.S. gig, and much more.
Guitarist, composer and producer Mark Goldenberg, has studied with Ted Greene and backed icons including Linda Ronstadt, Peter Frampton, Ringo Starr, Jackson Browne, Al Stewart, Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Bob Dylan, and many others. Host James Patrick Regan asks Mark about his early influences, his first electric guitar, his early bands, and getting a record deal before he became lead guitarist with Al Stewart on the “Year of the Cat” tour. And of course they talk about his guitar collection!
Have Guitar Will Travel, hosted by James Patrick Regan, otherwise known as Jimmy from the Deadlies, is presented by Vintage Guitar magazine, the destination for guitar enthusiasts. Podcast episodes feature guitar players, builders, dealers and more – all with great experiences to share! Find all podcasts at www.vintageguitar.com/category/podcasts.
Each episode is available on Stitcher, iheartradio, Tune In, Apple Podcast, and Spotify!