2022 April Issue on Spotify

2022 April Issue on Spotify

This month we feature Slash, Myles Kennedy, Ventures’ Don Wilson, J.D. Simo, Isaiah Mitchell, Luther Dickinson, Joe Satriani, Earl Hooker, Tinsley Ellis, Steve Vai and more!

Spotify is free, or available without ads via paid subscription. Go to www.spotify.com and search “Vintage Guitar magazine,”or if you already have an account Listen to the complete list HERE.

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.


Also New On Spotify

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. CLICK HERE to listen.

Crimson Apple’s Shelby Benson and OTTTO

Episode 73 of “Have Guitar Will Travel” is a two-fer starting with guitarist Shelby Benson from the dark-pop band Crimson Apple, who dishes on how she learned to play, her gear, and how they monetize social media. Then, host James Patrick Regan talks with all three members of the L.A. thrash band OTTTO – guitarist/vocalist Bryan Ferretti, bassist Tye Trujillo, and drummer Ryan Duswalt talk about how they emerged from The Helmets, their gear, and the thrill of subbing for Korn on a tour of South America. Please like, comment, and share this podcast!
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Molly Moore with her guitarist Ariel Bellvalaire and MUNA’s Josette Maskin

Episode 74 of “Have Guitar Will Travel” opens with host James Patrick Regan speaking with Molly Moore and her guitarist, Ariel Bellvalaire. Ariel grew up in the Connecticut and moved to L.A. when she was 15. Starting on guitar at 12 and influenced by Eddie Van Halen, Randy Rhodes, and Steve Vai, she studied at Musicians Institute and gigged at the Bitter End when she was 17. Molly’s new band came together through social media.

Also in the episode, James sits with Josette Maskin, guitarist for the electronic-pop band MUNA, who talks about her first guitars, early influences, how the group met almost 10 years ago as students at USC, and the thrill of recording at Electric Ladyland studio. As you’ll hear, she’s jazzed about the band’s upcoming tour with Kasey Musgraves. Please like, comment, and share this podcast! Listen Here!


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, iheartradioTune In, Apple Podcast, and Spotify!

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