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This Week in Rock History, March 27 – April 2

Anne Erickson
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03.27.2017

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Check out some significant events, album releases, births and deaths happening from March 27 through April 2 in rock history.
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Chuck Berry: Remembering Rock Guitar’s Primary Architect

Russell Hall
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03.21.2017

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Chuck Berry not only fathered some of the most important songs of the century, he also became the spiritual godfather to many of contemporary music's greatest artists. It’s hard to imagine that the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, or the Beach Boys would ever have come to exist without him.
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Chuck Berry 1926-2017

Michael Leonard
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03.20.2017

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When Chuck Berry died on March 18, rock’n’roll lost one of its true legends, a genius writer and a massively influential guitar player. Q: Which guitarists are influenced by Chuck Berry? A: Every one of us. Gibson.com pays tribute...
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This Week in Rock History, March 20 – March 26

Anne Erickson
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03.20.2017

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Check out some significant events, album releases, births and deaths happening from March 20 through March 26 in rock history.
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This Week in Rock History, March 13 – March 19

Russell Hall
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03.13.2017

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Historically speaking, this week in rock music has been marked by a trove of memorable events. The Rolling Stones began work on one of their greatest albums, Jefferson Airplane reformed under a new name, and the Sex Pistols announced they were reuniting.
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Gibson Guitar Greats: Tom Scholz

Michael Leonard
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03.10.2017

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Scientist, inventor, songwriter and mastermind of Boston, Tom Scholz is not your average run of the mill guitar player. As he turns 70, the still-touring quiet man deserves a salute from Gibson.com for his unique approaching to recording, his modified Les Pauls and a trademark sound that went into to influence a whole generation...
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Gibson Guitar Greats: Dave Davies

03.10.2017

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Ray had the genius songs, but without brother Dave Davies The Kinks would have been half the band. Even in the annals the “British Invasion”, The Kinks are probably not given their dues, so here’s a salute to secret six-weapon Dave – still playing, still loud, and still one of the most under-appreciated guitarists in rock history. “No one on this planet could play it like me!” he smiles.
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Get to Know Ace Frehley: Favorite KISS Song, Cool Photos and More

Anne Erickson
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03.07.2017

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Les Paul-toting, hard-rocking Ace Frehley is one of rock’s most longstanding guitar sensations.
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This Week in Rock History, March 6 – March 12

Russell Hall
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03.06.2017

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Historically speaking, this week in rock music has been marked by a trove of memorable events. One of rock greatest heavy metal bands staged their first concert, a flamboyant British singer became a wax figure, and one of the Beatles was honored with knighthood.
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10 Champions of the Gibson SG

Russell Hall
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03.01.2017

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At various points in their careers, such noteworthy players as Todd Rundgren, Elliot Easton and –more recently—Gary Clark Jr. have all been smitten with the SG. Here, we profile 10 rock and roll giants who used an SG to record some of their greatest material.
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