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    The Gibson Interview: James Blunt - A Decade Later
    James Blunt sat down with Gibson.com to discuss his relationship with Gibson guitars, life as a touring musician and why he believes music brings people together.
    This Week in Rock History, November 20 – November 26
    Read on for some major events, album releases, births and deaths happening from November 20 through November 26 in music history.
    More Than Modern: The Legendary Explorer and Flying V
    The iconic guitars of Gibson’s Modernist Series of 1958 were so far ahead of their time that they didn’t achieve enough commercial success to remain in the catalog beyond 1960. But once the guitar world had caught up with their style, tone and undeniable swagger later that decade, they became the ultimate badges of rock credibility—and have remained in the Gibson lineup almost steadily ever since.
    This Week in Rock History, November 13 - 19
    Historically speaking, this week in rock music has been marked by a trove of memorable events. One of rock’s most important bands made their U.S. television debut, a glam-rock icon staged his own episode of “The Midnight Special,” and Nirvana taped an historic concert.
    The Top 10 Gibson Jazz Players
    Want to get into jazz guitar but don’t know where to begin? How about these Top 10 Gibson Jazzmen, ranging from pioneers such as Charlie Christian and Les Paul through kings of cool Grant Green and Wes Montgomery, to modern “play it all” masters such as Larry Carlton and Johnny A.
    11 Essential Metal Albums
    The metal genre has many essential albums, and Gibson.com is honoring 11 of them right here.
    This Week in Rock History, November 6 - 12
    Over the years, the second week in November has yielded scores of memorable rock and roll-related events. In 1970, for instance, Aerosmith staged their first ever public performance. Read about that moment and others—along with noteworthy births, deaths, and album releases—in the listings below.
    King of the Boogie: The Genius of John Lee Hooker
    2017 marks the blues legend’s 100th birthday, with a new 5-CD boxset and a Grammy Museum exhibition. Gibson.com salutes the indelible style of the Boogie Man, with words from Keith Richards, George Thorogood and more...
    This Week in Rock History, October 30 – November 5
    Read on for some major events, album releases, births and deaths happening from October 30 through November 5 in music history.
    This Week in Rock History, October 23 - 29
    Read on for some significant events, album releases, births and deaths happening from October 23 through October 29 in rock history.
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