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New York, NY – October, 2011 -Guitar Shop TV celebrates the genius of Jim Hendrix in its latest Episode, with a series of eye-opening interviews, performances, and articles on one of the greatest guitarists of all time, featuring insights from legendary guitarists Robert Cray and Steve Cropper, Hendrix Producer Andy Johns, renowned Hendrix Recording Engineer Eddie Kramer, and more.
This episode features our exclusive conversation with legendary Texas guitarist, promoter and businessman Jimmy Wallace, founder of the Dallas International Guitar Festival, along with scenes from the red-hot Dallas music scene, including amazing LIVE blues footage from one of the Big D’s coolest clubs “The Bone,” and much more!
The first annual Greenwich Town Party was a big hit, with a great musical lineup, a gorgeous site on Greenwich Harbor, perfect weather, flawless organization, and enthusiastic response from everyone who attended. Featured artists included Buddy Guy, Robert Randolph and the Family Band, Little Feat, Toots and the Mayalls, The Temptations, and several impressive local bands. Given its highly successful debut, The Greenwich… Read More
The Deep Ellum neighborhood of downtown Dallas, TX has been tied up with music for over 75 years. Originally a center for industry, this then mostly-black part of East Dallas gained nationwide acclaim as a hotspot for Southern Blues in the 1930s. Later, Deep Ellum would become home to artists and musicians from many different styles and backgrounds, including a lively Punk scene in the 1980s. But if you want to recapture the Read More
Fusion guitarist Oz Noy chats with Guitar Shop TV backstage at The Bitter End in New York. Noy talks about his melodic approach to improvising, along with his interest in jazz guitarists who experiment with their tones to give them “the presence of a saxophone.” Afterwards, The Oz Noy Trio delivers a smokin’ live performance!
The Israeli-born NYC resident is a tasteful virtuoso who is receiving growing acclaim in jazz circles. He brings fresh energy to Read More