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GSTV Episode Ten: Steven Tyler, Aerosmith’s legendary lead singer, speaks with GSTV about his new rock fashion line by Andrew Charles, that recently launched at Macy’s in New York, and delivers an exciting live performance at his NYC launch party—then, we speak with Artist Showcase winners The Worsties via Skype and check out their exciting high-energy rock/punk/pop sounds.
Also hailing from Nashville, Leslie Craig is an infinitely charismatic country-rock singer/songwriter with a deeply pronounced soul influence. A full time working performer by the age of 17, Leslie is a local favorite in Nashville and fronts a versatile band that’s capable of matching her every turn as she veers effortlessly from rock to blues to country to soul, all in her inimitable, soaring rootsy vocal style.
The Hendrix Episode: GSTV celebrates the genius of Jim Hendrix! In Episode Eight, we kick off 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, renowned Hendrix Recording EngineersAndy Johns and Eddie Kramer, and more. Also in this Episode, pedal steel legend Robert Randolph delivers a red hot LIVE version of the Hendrix classic “Voodoo Child”
In the rare 1990 interview on Dutch TV, John Frusciante, lead guitarist for The Red Hot Chili Peppers talks about Hendrix and how he influenced his style. Frusciante’s guitar work is considered by many to be strongly influenced by the melodic power pioneered by Hendrix. This interview took place in 1990 as part of a Hendrix documentary filmed by Dutch TV, and contains some great black and white live footage of Jimi performing “Machine Gun” – Not to be missed