...sad day for rock and or roll. It was announced yesterday, March 3rd, that Ronnie Montrose had died after a five-year battle with prostate cancer, aged 64.
...fuckers. MC5 bass player Michael Davis died last Friday, February 17th, of liver disease at the age of 68.
...Blade Runner. Bill Ruppert shows us how to get more non-guitar sounds out of a guitar and some effects pedals.
...the first lady of the blues. Legendary blues singer Etta James ahas died aged 73.
...it's finally here. How many years have we Van Halen fans had to wait for a decent album for a Dave Lee Roth fronted album?
...because he knows the time is short. Let him who hath understanding reckon the number of the beast for it is a human number... its number is six hundred and sixty six.
...thanks for the axe. Ed Roman, who died earlier this week, wasn't liked by a number out there in the guitar world but I got on with the bloke and still love the guitar that he provided the body and pickups for.
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...I wanna get lost in your rock n roll...And drift away... legendary soul singer Dobie Gray has died.
...back alongside the Wolf. Sad news that another blues legend, Hubert Sumlin, has died.
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...with me strings. Apparently this is NSFW, I didn't notice all I saw was guitar abuse.
...Fiend. Had to pick up this months Classic Rock magazine because it came with a free CD of Saint Jude's début album.
...by the drop. Songwriter, drummer and Stevie Ray Vaughan collaborator Doyle Bramhall died on Sunday aged 62.
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