Aerosmith unleashed an incredible set filled with a slew of classics – and even got some help from Johnny Depp and Izzy Stradlin.
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When Switchfoot first formed back in the late 1990s, popular recognition wasn’t necessarily the foremost goal.
It’s where Johnny met June, where bluegrass was born and where country music blossomed into a national phenomenon. Built in 1892 for a revivalist reverend, Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium has survived for 120 years and counting as a venue for all kinds of entertainment, and most famously was the heart of the Grand Ole Opry from 1943-1974.
Widely considered one of the world’s all time greatest guitarists and known amongst his peers as a great collaborator, Eric Clapton has announced a major U.S. tour culminating in his fourth Crossroads Guitar Festival presented by Chase.
Walk the Moon’s excellent self-titled 2012 album contains several energetic tracks that got a Hollywood crowd moving.
In celebration of the 70th anniversary of Jimi Hendrix’s birth, for the first time ever see Hendrix’s unforgettable August 1969 Woodstock concert in select cinemas globally on November 26.
Green Day’s ¡Dos! is yet another strong pop-punk masterpiece from the stalwart San Franciscan band.
Independent film company Loud and Louder has launched a 60-day campaign to raise the finishing funds forTurn It UP!, a feature-length documentary celebrating the electric guitar.
For an electric violinist barely old enough to legally buy a drink in the United States, Ginny Luke has enjoyed her share of worldly experiences.
Don’t try to pin a specific music genre on Southern California indie rockers Infantree. When listening to their latest album, a ton of influences come to mind.