The Ernie Ball Brotherhood of the Guitar sponsors a select group of very talented young musicians to help mentor them and support their budding careers. Brian Ball, president, Ernie Ball Guitars, is working with legendary rock photographer, Robert M. Knight, to discover and seek out new talent around the world for The Brotherhood.
Faster Pussycat have been the Kings of Hollywood’s gritty underground rock ‘n roll circus for over 30 years. Their songs are sexual charged glam rock, laced with enough sexual innuendos and double entendres to make your head spin and put a smile on your face.
The “Bitch Is Back” – Lita Ford the original Queen of Metal is back and working hard to make up for lost time of living on a deserted island for 15 years. Yes, you read that correct, Lita and her now ex-husband with their two sons lived on a secluded island for 15 years with almost no connection to civilization!
Back in the ’70s Kelakos rocked and moved in circles where they played road houses and other spots, creating their own scene and trying to work their way to stardom. The group’s name resonates, but is undefined, unless one knows the background.
Pete Evick has been Bret Michael’s guitarist for over 10 years, a friendship that has clearly been built on mutual respect and admiration; together they have jet set across the globe playing for fans.
One of my few regrets in life was never getting to see Frank DiMino and his ’70s hard rock band Angel play live with their extravagant costumes and visual illusions. I was just a few years shy of being able to see them in their heyday of the mid to late ’70s. By the time I did started attending concerts, they had broken up and disappeared in a cloud of smoke like one of their illusions.
Chris Wyse [vocals/bass], Jason Achilles Mezilis [guitar], and Dan Dinsmore [drums] of Owl are set to release their third album entitled, Things You Can’t See on July 28th.
Legend, music pioneer, and amazing blue-eyed soul stylist Gregg Allman can proudly lay claim to being one of the all time great, influential, landmark artists in rock history. After some forty five years making music with his esteemed Allman Brothers Band, the ABB retired last October 2014 after playing an acclaimed slate of finale shows at New York’s Beacon Theater.
Phil Collen, lead guitarist of Def Leppard will be releasing his new blues based music project, Delta Deep with a CD out on June 23, 2015.
Not many guitar players can flawlessly cross as many musical boundaries as Steve Stevens has done in his career. His prolific and innovative playing has changed the face of music, and together with Billy Idol, they helped revolutionizing a new genre of music.