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Electric Shock: Bob Dylan and Michael Bloomfield Change Music Forever

Ted Drozdowski
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05.24.2016

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Bob Dylan was the most popular folk artist in America in 1965 when he outgrew his original solo acoustic sound and cut the landmark album Highway 61 Revisited. Then he started a revolution. And he fired the first shot at the famous Newport Folk Festival on July 25, when he brought the electric band that played on that album – including the legendary guitarist Michael Bloomfield – to its stage.
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This Week in Rock History, May 23 - 29

Daniel Eriksson
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05.23.2016

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Two Rock giants share the stage for one time only, and a future rock trio play together for the first time. Bob Dylan, The Who, and David Bowie all release albums that are now considered classics. Read on for the full scoop on all the events in rock history during the last week of May!
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The Gibson Guitars of Pete Townshend

Michael Leonard
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05.19.2016

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The Who’s Pete Townshend has played – and smashed – many different guitar brands over the years. But he had a ripe period when he played – and again smashed - Gibsons. From the mid’’60s to mid-‘70s – for many The Who’s glory days – Townshend relied on a variety of Gibson electrics and acoustics. Here’s a brief rundown.
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Tim Montana Discusses the Chris Kyle Memorial Guitar

Anne Erickson
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05.18.2016

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Tim Montana, Gibson Brands and the Gibson Foundation have teamed to create a special guitar to honor Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, who was portrayed in the movie “American Sniper.”
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Gibson Bass Greats: System of a Down's Shavo Odadjian

Anne Erickson
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05.17.2016

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Shavo Odadjian,System of a Down,Gibson Thunderbird,Gibson,Thunderbird,concert photography,concert photos,Anne Erickson photography
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This Week in Rock History, May 16-22

Russell Hall
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05.16.2016

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Historically speaking, the third week in May has yielded a trove of memorable rock and roll-related events. In 1968, one of rock’s greatest power trio’s earned their first gold record. In 1971, the Rolling Stones topped the U.S. album charts with one of their classic albums. In 1988, The Artist Formerly Known as Prince made an important announcement.
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Classic Album of the Month: The Rolling Stones’ Exile on Main St.

Russell Hall
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05.11.2016

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Recorded mostly in the south of France, the music on Exile on Main St. reflected the loose spirit of the band’s environment. “We brought a lot of stuff to Nellcote that had been incubating for a while,” writes Keith Richards, in Life, his autobiography. “I would farm out the title or the idea … come up with a couple of new songs a day. And one would work and one wouldn’t. Mick kept up with the writing at this phenomenal pace—very canny rock and roll lyrics.... Most of what I had to do was to come up with riffs and ideas that would turn Mick on.”
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This Week in Rock History, May 9 - 15

Daniel Eriksson
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05.09.2016

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The Jimi Hendrix Experience release their first album, and the Rolling Stones record a classic with the help of some Gibson gear - these are just some of the things that happened between May 9 and 15 throughout rock history. Keep on reading for the full scoop!
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10 Great Classic Rock Bass Riffs

Russell Hall
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05.05.2016

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Guitar riffs get most of the glory, but classic rock history is rife with memorable bass lines. Below we focus on ten classic rock bass riffs that have become near-standards.
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Amon Amarth's Olavi Mikkonen Talks Gibson Explorers, Metal Guitar

Anne Erickson
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05.03.2016

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Olavi Mikkonen of Swedish metal band Amon Amarth talks to Gibson.com about the band’s new album, Jomsviking, and why Gibsons are “awesome metal guitars.”
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