A Beginner’s Guide to Buying a Secondhand Guitar

earning to play an instrument may seem like a simple hobby or a pastime, but it offers a range of benefits.

An Everlasting Love: Andy Gibb’s Untimely Death

Few people seemed better suited to handle fame and fortune than Andy Gibb. After all, his brothers were the Bee Gees, already internationally well-known singers in Andy’s youth, and on the verge of becoming disco superstars when he was still in his teens.

A Journey of 1,000 Years: Mushroomhead’s Former Vocalist Reinvents Himself as ‘Jeffrey Nothing’

Hatrix has assembled a dream team of musicians to help make the music of Jeffrey Nothing, and in late October 2022, the band released their latest single, “1,000 Years.”

What Music Do Casinos Play?

Casinos are no different because the music playing at a business can significantly make or break the mood.

Ratt Studio Albums Ranked

Between the dual guitar solos and tone of Robin Crosby and Warren DeMartini, Stephen Pearcy’s distinct vocals, Juan Croucier’s bass licks and songwriting, and Bobby Blotzer’s thunder drumming, Ratt is nothing short of essential.

Dope Lemon: A Crash Course

Dope Lemon and I go way back. I’m talking “take her for a ride on a big jet plane” way back. If those lyrics ring a bell, then consider Dope Lemon less of a stranger and more of an old friend.

Remembering Green Day’s Nimrod 25 Years On

Blistering in its content, Nimrod offers a grouping of in-your-face songs that rarely miss a beat. Despite its greatness, Nimrod isn’t held in the same regard as 1994’s Dookie, a record that catapulted Green Day to superstardom and beyond.

The Return of Sam Loomis… Again: KISS Love Gun Tour + Dynasty Promo Rushes Emerge

All was quiet for a while in regards to Sam Loomis and the various bits of KISS footage that had leaked out during the summer of 2022, which proved to be the most exciting time for a KISS fan to witness footage that had never seen the light of day beyond coveted collectors.

City to City: Remembering Gerry Rafferty (1947—2011)

With apologies to Bob Seagar’s “Turn the Page,” “Baker Street” has arguably the greatest saxophone riff in rock history. It’s so great that it resulted in what was known as the “Baker Street Phenomenon.”

Rock Legend Nancy Wilson Selling Gear From Her Personal Collection on Reverb

The trend of artists listing on Reverb helps gets gear into the hands of fans and fellow musicians. 

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