Tag Archives: Buddy Guy
Lineup for 2014 Experience Hendrix Tour Unveiled
The lineup for the eighth annual Experience Hendrix Tour has been announced. As in years past, it contains a downright staggering assemblage of legendary guitar talent including Buddy Guy, Zakk Wylde, Bootsy Collins, Johnny Lang, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, and Dweezil Zappa.
Band of… Read More
Eric Clapton’s 50-year career told through his guitars
By Alex Baker
Genesis Publications has partnered with Eric Clapton to bring us Six-String Stories, a unique volume of work that chronicles the guitarist’s five decade career through the guitars he’s played along the way. Using a combination of photographs and Clapton’s own words, the limited edition book provides detailed background info on 300 guitars played by the legendary blues-rock guitarist over… Read More
Clapton’s Crossroads Festival lights up Madison Square Garden and Rock NYC’s Iman Lababedi brings us this review
By Iman Lababedi
Eric Clapton‘s “Crossroads Guitar Festival” was three and a half hours deep when the Chicago Blues giant Buddy Guy, the man who played IN HOWLING WOLF’S BAND, came on stage and blew everyone else off stage. I am not a blues fan myself, the idiom is… Read More
Clapton’s US tour culminates in two-night festival at Madison Square Garden
By Alex Baker
Eric Clapton will conclude his US tour with a two-night festival that kicks off tonight at New York’s Madison Square Garden.
GSTV’s announces James Buddy Rogers as our March Artist Showcase winner
By the time he was just 10 years old, Canadian blues guitarist James “Buddy” Rogers had already begun lifting riffs off his father’s blues records. By the tender age of 11, he’d formed his first band and started playing gigs. By the age of 15, his band Texas Storm was being booked by… Read More
There is something about the Guild Starfire and its arsenal of models that draws you in for a potential GAS (Gear Acquisition Syndrome) attack. The various models of the Starfire have made their way in the hands of some true legends. Whether it be Buddy Guy and Bob Weir sporting a Starfire IV, or Jerry Garcia and his early Ginsberg-Era 60’s Starfire 3. This lineup has made its mark. Tonal range is a big part of the Starfire. When you go from predominantly rhythm player (Bob Weir) to… Read More