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Have Guitar Will Travel – 012 Ken Emerson

In this episode of Have Guitar Will Travel Podcast James speaks with Ken Emerson. Ken is one of the world's most highly regarded traditional...

Have Guitar Will Travel – 011 Shannon and the Clams

In episode 11 James speaks with Cody Blanchard (guitar and vocals), Nate Mahan (drummer and aspiring luthier) of Shannon and the Clams. Over the last...

Have Guitar Will Travel – 010 You Me At Six

You Me At Six released their new album VI in October that debuted at Number 6 on the UK album chart, marking the band’s...

Have Guitar Will Travel – 009 Mt. Joy

In this episode of “Have Guitar Will Travel”, James Regan talks with Matt (Quinn) and Sam (Cooper) from the indie band Mt Joy. The band has originally hailed from...
James Patrick Regan talks to blues-rocker Jared James Nichols

Have Guitar Will Travel – 008 Jared James Nichols

In this episode of “Have Guitar Will Travel,” host James Patrick Regan talks to blues-rocker Jared James Nichols. Known for his high-energy performances and “pickless”...

Have Guitar Will Travel- 007 Gibson’s CEO, James “JC” Curleigh and CMO Cesar Gueikian

In the latest installment of our “Have Guitar Will Travel” podcast, host James Patrick Regan connects with James “JC” Curleigh and Cesar Gueikian to...

Have Guitar Will Travel – 006 BottleRock Music Festival Pt. 3

One last show from BottleRock ’18, with guests including Chris Vos (Record Company), Austin Burns (Dani Bell and the Tarantist), and the Alive’s Bastian...

Have Guitar Will Travel- 005 BottleRock Music Festival Pt. 2

James hits BottleRock again and speaks to blues-rock guitarist Hamish Anderson, singer/songwriter Matt Maeson, and Bay Area picker Milo Horstman. Each episode is available on...

Have Guitar Will Travel- 004 BottleRock Music Festival Pt. 1

James connects with cool guitarists at the 2018 BottleRock Napa Valley music festival, including the Struts’ Adam Slack, Rudy and Billy Raffoul, and Les...

Have Guitar Will Travel- 003 David Victor

David Victor wrote, recorded, and produced his first album in 1991, then later formed Velocity. A video of him doing Boston’s “Smokin’” led to...
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