The legendary B.B. King would’ve turned 92 today (September 16), and out of all of the things we admire about the guitar great, it was his willingness to collaborate with different artists his entire career.
The new documentary Eric Clapton: A Life In 12 Bars, won't start showing Showtime until February 10, but an official trailer has just been released in conjunction with its September 17 premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival.
"I am the Great White Buffalo and I play an American-made Gibson guitar that can blow your head clean off at 100 paces." Whatever that means, Ted Nugent. Now to the world's most valuable guitars and other Great White guitar-playing Buffalos. Here's a top five:
Fat bottomed girls might make the rockin' world go 'round (thanks, Queen), but America's fabulous electric guitar luthiers make rockin' American music go 'round. Here's a look at some of the finest, past and present.
The legendary Eric Clapton turns 72 today (March 30), and out of all of his accolades, he’s the only musician to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame three times (With The Yardbirds in 1992, with Cream in 1993 and as a solo artist in 2000.)
For the most part, Eric Clapton has retired from regular touring, but in honor of the guitar icon’s 50th anniversary of his career, he’s book a handful of shows, including a two-night-stand at Madison Square Garden which included some special guests at last night’s (March 19) show.