Irish rockers to school the guitar maker on fan engagement
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The Events That Rocked Music—The Week of June 2
Check out four amazing musical prodigies in performance, and learn from educators what you can do to help your future musicians grow their skills.
The Events That Rocked Music—The Week of May 26
It’s official: in a pulse-pounding battle of percussive prowess, Will Ferrell has beaten Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith in Drum-Off 2014. The hugely anticipated finish to a feud that’s been raging for months happened last night on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon when the two lookalikes faced off behind identical drum kits to establish once and for all who rules the drum riser.
Photo: Rich Robinson
While the Black Crowes have cycled through periods of hiatus and activity, frontman and guitarist Rich Robinson has kept up a feverish creative pace where his solo work’s concerned. The latest manifestation of that work ethic arrives tomorrow with his third solo CD, The Ceaseless Sight.
It’s a rock and roll stereotype that the guitar player (and lead singer) get all of the love from fans. Does that love occasionally get strange? We got the scoop on wild fan encounters from those guitar players, along with their personal instrument picks and advice for those beginning to play the electric guitar.
We talk to the Fender luthier about the extraordinary instruments he built for a Private Reserve Guitars project
This interview documents a unique series of guitars that Dave Carpenter of Private Reserve Guitars commissioned from Master Builder Dale Wilson of the Fender Custom Shop.