An Interview with Bruce Bouillet of Racer X

While most remember the vivid technicolor burst of explosive light that was Racer X for its legendary lead guitarist, Paul Gilbert, some may also remember his equally effervescent partner in six-string crime, Bruce Bouillet.

An Interview with Steve Darrow of Hollywood Rose

Photo credit: Marc Canter

An Interview with dUg Pinnick of King’s X

Never to be defined, relegated, or told what to do, the non-compliant nature of dUg Pinnick, Ty Tabor, and Jerry Gaskill might not have elevated them to the top of the charts, but what it did do was ingrain the trio deeply within its devoted fanbases hearts.

An Interview with Mark Cline, Mike Richmond & Armistead Wellford of Love Tractor

Sometimes, the music we love is subject to immense exposure, and other times, it’s a bit more under the radar. Regardless, exposure does not equal quality, nor influence. And when it comes to Athens indie rock staples, Love Tractor, if one thing is certain, they’ve got the latter two in spades.

An Interview with Guns N’ Roses Historian Marc Canter

While Hudson and his bands pursued their dreams, Canter supported them however he could, whether it was with transportation to gigs, funding for magazine advertisements, food, or simply driving Hudson to see an amp he liked.

An Interview with Marco Mendoza of Iconic and formerly of The Dead Daisies

Over the course of an over thirty-years-song career, bassist Marco Mendoza has worked with a proverbial who’s who of name-brand musicians, making any project the bringer of four-stringed thunder becomes involved in an immediate must-listen.

An Interview with Hazel English

Picture yourself in a convertible, top-down, shades on, and feeling the summer breeze. What’s the first thing you imagine coming out of your car stereo? I don’t know about you but the first artist that comes to mind is Hazel English. 

An Interview with Kane Roberts of The Alice Cooper Band

If the 1980s guitar scene was about big-haired, waif-framed guitarists, ax-slinger Kane Roberts never did get that memo.

An Interview with Michael Monroe

For Monroe, a career in music has been a mixed bag, alternating between immeasurable highs, and crux of the earth lows. But with I Live Too Fast to Die Young, Monroe seems to have found the middle ground, call it an invitation to combat.

An Interview with Jennifer Batten

Coming up in the late 80s shred era, virtuoso Jennifer Batten knew that she needed to stand out in order to avoid being discounted in a bustling scene.

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