Tag archive for ‘Interviews’
By Guitar-Bass.net On Thursday, June 12th, 2014
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The Spencer Davies Story – It’s Been So Long

The boss of the Spencer Davis Group led a full and intriguing musical life both before and after the band’s period of maximum chart impact in the mid-1960s. Alan Clayson relates his story. Photos by Mike Prior Rhythm More...

By Guitar-Bass.net On Tuesday, May 27th, 2014
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Zakk Wylde Interview: Shades of Black

Black Label Society are ready to rage once more, and Zakk Wylde joins us to explain why he painted his studio black and to tell a few tall stories about his new guitarist. Interview by Michael Heatley All Photos More...

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By Guitar-Bass.net On Tuesday, March 18th, 2014
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Albert Lee Interview – 70 Not Out!

Country rock hero Albert Lee is still applying his blinding skills on both sides of the Atlantic and preparing to celebrate his 70th birthday with a new album and two sold-out concerts in London. Interview by David More...

By Guitar-Bass.net On Monday, March 3rd, 2014
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Luther Dickinson Interview – Blues Crossing

Luther Dickinson and the North Mississippi Allstars are going back to their roots with an album dedicated to churning, elemental blues. Interview by Rik Flynn The blues can so often lose its way. Gone are the More...

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By Guitar-Bass.net On Monday, December 2nd, 2013
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Ted Turner – Added Value

Once half of the legendary Wishbone Ash twin-guitar line up, Ted Turner crafted his recent solo album on a laptop, playing all the instruments himself. Interview by Michael Heatley Wishbone Ash were Britain’s More...

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By Guitar-Bass.net On Monday, December 2nd, 2013
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Mike Stern – Push It To The Limit

New York jazz fusion guitarist Mike Stern has worked with Miles Davis and Steve Vai. As he tells Julian Piper, the most important thing is that the music has heart Sometimes it seems that John McLaughlin’s More...

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By Guitar-Bass.net On Monday, December 2nd, 2013
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Paul Gilbert – Learning To Fly

The teacher turned pupil – and now Paul Gilbert is back with a solo album and a new-found appreciation of the meaning of sound. Interview by Martyn Casserly You only need to be around Paul Gilbert for a few More...

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By Guitar-Bass.net On Monday, December 2nd, 2013
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Larry Graham – Snap Crackle & Pop

Forever celebrated as the inventor of slap bass, Larry Graham found fame with Sly and the Family Stone and Graham Central Station and he’s showing no signs of stopping yet. Interview by Joseph Adair   If More...

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By Guitar-Bass.net On Monday, December 2nd, 2013
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Richie Sambora – Natural Highs

Life sure gets messy sometimes, but Richie Sambora has rallied and poured it all into a rocking and passionate solo record. Interview by Michael Heatley     Bon Jovi’s Richie Sambora stands somewhere More...

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By Guitar-Bass.net On Monday, December 2nd, 2013
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Neal Schon – Still Believin

Neal Schon has lots to talk about. There’s his new solo album to promote, an album waiting for release, a new PRS signature model, and Journey’s upcoming British tour. Oh, and did he say something about reuniting More...