Tag Archives: Mick Ronson
Mott the Hoople frontman teamed with Ziggy guitarist to produce this hard rock anthem
In the middle 1970s as the British glam rock movement began to fade, two of its greatest icons joined forces to produce a classic rock masterpiece that’s one of the most recognizable hits from the era.
Ian Hunter shows he’s still got it at Mott the Hoople‘s 02 Arena Show
In the fall of 2013, UK audiences were gifted a chance to see one of rock’s great underrated bands back in action for the first time in more than a decade as Mott the Hoople regrouped for a handful of shows.
Formed in the late ’60s, Mott were a rowdy band of pub rockers whose career was on the… Read More
Guitar Shop TV met with Author/Photographer Lisa S. Johnson at The Cutting Room in New York this month to discuss her fabulous new book “108 Rock Star Guitars”
Mott the Hoople reunites for handful of UK gigs this month
By Alex Baker
Few bands embody the high highs and desperate lows of the rock and roll business like Mott the Hoople. Led by inimitable frontman Ian Hunter and guitarist Mick Ralphs, the band formed in 1969 and toiled for a number of years without much success.
Ex-Tin Machine axeman tells the unlikely story of how his 12-year collaboration with Bowie began
Sonically explorative guitarist Reeves Gabrels is best known for the dozen or so years he partnered David Bowie; first as lead guitarist for The Tin Machine, and later during the 1990s, when Bowie was releasing innovative albums like 1997′s Earthling, one of the first major albums to combine rock with electronica.
In part II of Guitar Shop TV’s exclusive interview… Read More