Bob Dylan: The Man Behind the Guitar

To quote George Harrison during The Concert for Bangladesh, “We’d like bring on a friend to us all, Mr. Bob Dylan.” Dylan’s career has spanned five decades and counting, encompassing a litany of artistic endeavors along with music, writing and painting. Though born Robert Zimmerman, Dylan changed his name in 1962. This was the same […]

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Five for Friday: Vintage Guitars

There are few instruments, if any, that have a place in the hearts of as many people as guitars do. They evoke memories of all kinds, from songs around a childhood campfire to old ballads sung by your grandfather to the memory of an early concert. They can represent a cool performance by themselves, or […]

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Asking George Benson Where the Jazz Come From

When you sit down with a Jazz Master like guitarist George Benson the one question that runs through your head is “Where does the jazz come from?” As you watch him just noodle or riff or see his fingers dance across the strings of the guitar it sounds amazing, but you ask yourself what is […]

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