Tag Archives: Rock
Gruhak are proof that classic rock is indeed alive and well and apparently living in Dubrovnik, Croatia. A supremely talented group of rock classicists, Gruhak is fronted by versatile singer/guitarist Boris who is capable of channeling the likes of Rod Stewart, Robert Plant, and Roger Daltrey as it suits him. Boris is backed in Gruhak by the potent combination of lead guitarist Ivan, bassist Robi and drummer Luke.
Guitar Shop TV “Artist Showcase” winners for July are The Worsties. Yes, The Worsties, baby, The Worsties.
The Worsties are a high energy, female-fronted rock band from Nashville that mixes influences from 70’s era punk, 80’s pop and glam, with new wave dance beats thrown in for good measure.
Naming yourself after an unfinished Tolstoy novel and composing a rock opera would seem like unlikely steps on the road to success nowadays. That is unless you happen to be the Decemberists. The indie folk combo hails from Portland, Oregon and was formed in 2000. After initially releasing their first full-length debut album, Castaways and Cutouts on Hush Records, the heavily Fairport Convention-influenced folk rockers signed to the Read More
Derek Trucks: Smokin’ Solo on Government Mule’s “Rockin’ Horse” Recorded “Live At The Beacon Theatre”
“Live At The Beacon Theatre” in New York City has become an annual jam tradition for Gov’t Mule and they bring out the big guns, like The Allman Brothers‘ guitarist Derek Trucks. Here Trucks solos at length on “Rockin’ Horse.” Trucks starts out quiet with some gentle blues-y picking before reaching into his pocket… Read More