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JEFF BECK AND ZZ TOP
TO EMBARK ON NATIONAL SUMMER TOUR
This August will see long time music legends and mutual admirers, ZZ Top and Jeff Beck on tour together for the first time. The tour launches in Missoula, MT on August 8 and will run for five weeks with stops in Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Denver, Detroit, Boston and NYC . . . (more dates TBA).
Formatted with musical synergy in mind, stops along the touring routewill offer… Read More
WOW! Hold on to your hat and Shades! Check this HOT version of the Ernie Ford Classic “16 Tons” with Jeff Beck, Billy Gibbons and Tal Wilkenfeld on Bass…Smokin’!
Robben Ford is a true guitarists’ guitarist. His abilities as a jazz, rock and blues player led to him being named one of the “100 Greatest Guitarists of the 20th Century” by Musician Magazine. The California native initially made his name in the ‘70s with Tom Scott and the LA Express. After leaving the Express, Ford enjoyed a successful solo career recording with his band the Yellowjackets… Read More
From our friends at Norman’s Rare Guitars, check out this amazing piece of Rock Memorabilia: one of Jimi Hendrix’s original Stratocaster’s that Jimi gave Frank Zappa, and now owned by Frank’s son Dweezil Zappa! Very cool!
Guitar Shop TV’s featured artist this month is a true emerging star: country rock singer songwriter Doug Allen
Doug’s latest composition is “Sacramento”… a true love story about an east coast /west coast relationship and also the single off Doug’s latest release from Nashville.
Doug’s rich voice and strong hooks keep getting him noticed by music fans and filmmakers from coast to coast. With two songs off the new CD getting picked up by Major Motion Pictures, he’s off to a pretty good start…
People say this singer/songwriter… Read More
Check out this great Wall Street Journal article on Johnny!
Also: Check GSTV’s footage of Johnny & Edgar Winter jamming LIVE with Rick Derringer and Kim Simmons (ex-Savoy Brown) on the Stones’ classic “Jumpin’ Jack Flash”
Johnny Winter: A Life in the Blues
Still touring at 70, the guitarist opens up