Welcome to the first instalment in a series that I’m calling EPIC GUITAR. A series to appreciate epic guitar playing. Rude Mood by Stevie Ray Vaughan
The Black Album is a commonly used alternative name or nickname for Metallica’s self Titled, 5th studio album that was released in 1991.
Rockstar by Nickelback is the song that I’m reviewing today. Why? I hear you ask. Rockstar is a song from way back in the old days.
In my correct opinion. Red House by Jimi Hendrix is one of the most underrated blues guitar songs ever recorded. I guess that answers the
The Paul Gilbert Get Out of My Yard instrumental guitar album from the year 2006 is the subject for today. Gilbert, founder of the band Mr Big
Electric Ladyland is the third and also the final studio album by The Jimi Hendrix Experience and the final album released prior to Jimi Hendrix’ death in the year 1970.
Ah Via Musicom is the second studio album by guitarist Eric Johnson from the year 1990. The album remained on the Billboard 200 chart for 60 weeks and peaked at number 67
Passion and Warfare was released in the year 1990 and is the second studio album from guitar master and legend Steve Vai.
Let’s Hide Away and Dance Away with Freddy King is a 1961 instrumental blues album by blues guitarist and singer Freddie King
Welcome to my World on Fire by Yngwie Malmsteen review. A few days ago, I noticed that so far, I’ve only written 1 album review for Eat Sleep Guitar Repeat. That was a review of Joe Satriani’s self-titled album.