Rising star Tyler Bryant, leader of Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown, picks 10 albums that guided his journey as a musician
Was he fired by David Coverdale or did he leave Whitesnake of his own accord? Bernie Marsden reveals all in his autobiography, Where's My Guitar?
Black Friday might not be here quite yet, but the bargains have already begun - and there are some amazing deals right now on wireless earphones
The greatest American blues band of the early 90s, The Red Devils were as short-lived as their frontman, Lester Butler, was mortally fated
The Black Crowes may have been born out of time, but their best albums - a fusion of southern rock, gospel, blues and fiery rock'n'roll - were timeless
In 2007 Led Zeppelin played their historic Celebration Day reunion show at London’s O2 Arena. We were there.
To celebrate that little ol’ band from Texas ZZ Top’s 50 years in rock’n’roll, we asked some top guitarists to pick their favourite ZZ songs
Mick Jagger is “a musical moron”. Hawkwind’s music “was fucking appalling”. And rock stars? “Fucking idiots, most of them.” How to win friends with the late, great Ginger Baker
Just as everything seemed to be going right for The Allman Brothers, drugs, deaths and disintegration shot their dream into oblivion
AC/DC became one of the biggest-selling bands of all time by never trying to fix what wasn’t broke in the first place. In 2003, we asked Malcolm and Angus Young how they did it
The guitars, amp and pedal you need to mount the tonal stairway to the ultimate early Led Zeppelin sound
New releases from Henry’s Funeral Shoe, Kris Barras Band, P.P. Arnold, Sunjay and Katie Brooks
1969’s Bath festival was the first of its kind. In 1970 it all went a bit wrong. Promoters Freddy and Wendy Bannister tell the tale.
One of them is a drumming great and a true legend, the other learned from him and became a great too. We put Cream legend Ginger Baker and former Scorpions man Herman Rarebell together
It’s four decades since the Stray Cats rebooted rockabilly with Runaway Boys. Now, Brian Setzer, Lee Rocker and Slim Jim Phantom talk old times and fresh beginnings
Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page talks about his new guitar - a comprehensive recreation of his fabled 1959 ‘Dragon’ Telecaster - and the road that led him to it.
Still a cult figure outside of the guitar world, Danny Gatton was the ‘player’s player’, a genius who mastered every genre he touched before tragically taking his own life