Guitar Interviews

Gerry Beaudoin Interview: “American Idol? Jazz is our contribution to the world.”

Posted October 31, 2019

Hailing from Boston, Gerry Beaudoin first took up the guitar at the age of 10 and has since evolved into one of the finest jazz guitarists and music arrangers in the country. He is the recipient of the 1992 National Association of Independent Record Producers award for best jazz recording, 1994 Cadence Magazine Editor’s Choice Award for his CD Sentimental Christmas, as well as a submission for a 1998 Grammy nomination.

Guitar News

Tim Buckley Live at the Electric Theatre Co. Chicago 1968 Due November 22nd

Posted November 12, 2019

By 1968, Tim Buckley had developed into one of the most promising singer/songwriters on the scene, following the release of his second album, 1967’s Goodbye and Hello. Less than a year after that album’s release, Buckley checked into The Electric Theatre Co. in Chicago in May 1968 for a couple of shows.

Guitar Lessons

1 Easy Exercise That Will Greatly Increase Your Guitar Chops Today

Posted June 12, 2012

It’s almost inevitable that as guitarists we want to be able to play fast at some point when learning how to play the guitar. Whatever style of music you play, there’s no denying that it’s impressive to pull out fast licks here and there, not just to impress our audience but to also express ourselves in our playing.

Guitar Reviews

Album Review: Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (The Beatles)

Posted August 16, 2019

Released on the 26th of May 1967, The Beatles Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band was perhaps one of the most interesting pop/rock albums of the 21st century, due to its innovative approach. The album quickly became a hit, having topped the charts for 27 weeks in the U.K and 14 weeks in the U.S..