2023 April Issue on Spotify

2023 April Issue on Spotify

This month we feature Marty Stuart, Steve Vai, Sunny War, Merle Travis Bio, Kansas’ Leftoverture, Gary Moore, Big Bill Broonzy, Billy Strings, Stephen Ulrich and much 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 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.

Michelle Malone

Host James Patrick Regan talks with singer/songwriter Michelle Malone about the inspiration behind her new album, “1977,” and life on the road to support it. The music brings a Laurel Canyon feel thanks to her broad influences, including fellow Georgians the Indigo Girls, whom she befriended early in their careers. Michelle’s career has had its bumps; originally signed to Arista, she discusses how the deal fell apart. On the upside, she has enjoyed fruitful collaborations with the Georgia Satellites as well as producers Lenny Kaye and Nick Didia. Other topics include her Martin HD-28s, her band, and how she adapts it to fit her touring schedule. Please like, comment, and share this podcast! Listen Here!

Ruthie Foster

The new episode of “Have Guitar Will Travel” has host James Patrick Regan speaking with Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter/guitarist Ruthie Foster, who grew up performing gospel music in churches across her home state of Texas. Gospel, along with guitarists Elizabeth Cotten, Mississippi John Hurt, and Sister Rosetta Tharpe, were highly influential to her. After high school, she joined the U.S. Navy and became a singer in its band, then launched a career that has taken her from South Carolina and NYC then back near home, to Austin. Her latest album, “Healing Time,” was recorded in New Orleans with producer Mark Howard. 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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