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Acclaimed Guitar Virtuoso WALTER TROUT Returns Triumphant with Thrilling Album — See His Remarkable Return To The Stage Here

American blues guitarist, singer and composer Walter Trout became the influential guitarist for Canned Heat in 1981.

This led to an invitation to play in… 323 more words

Album Release

John Mayall: The Godfather of British Blues

Legendary British Bluesman John Mayall talks to Ben Lazarus about his life in music, his recent 80th anniversary tour and the release of his 62nd studio album… 1,058 more words


On March 26, 1976.

On March 26, 1976, Anthony “Duster” Bennett died aged 30. He was a singer and musician (played acoustic guitar, slide guitar, electric guitar, harmonica, percussion, drums, keyboards, bass guitar and mandolin), he performed as a one-man band, playing a bass, guitar, drum with his foot and blowing a harmonica on a rack. 12 more words

Walter Trout has a spiritual bond with his Strat of 30 years


By Steve Newton

Unless you’re really up on your rock guitarists, Walter Trout may be the biggest guitar hero you’ve never heard of. 868 more words

Guitar Heroes

At which point did rock and pop become separate genres? And why?

This is a question I asked on my Facebook account recently and received a number of very intelligent responses from a wide cross-section of people. This in turn is my own opinion. 1,445 more words

Rocks In The Attic #242: Derek & The Dominos - ‘Layla And Other Assorted Love Songs’ (1970)

I understand The Yardbirds. I understand John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers. I understand Cream. I (almost) understand Blind Faith. But I have trouble understanding Derek & The Dominos. 222 more words


Fleetwood Mac Retro Review: Rumours

Fleetwood Mac


We haven’t retro-reviewed anything for quite some time, so yesterday I went mining through some of the older albums I have been listening to decide what was worthy and interesting to write about. 654 more words