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King of the Boogie: The Genius of John Lee Hooker

Michael Leonard
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11.01.2017

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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...
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This Week in Rock History, October 30 – November 5

Anne Erickson
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10.30.2017

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Read on for some major events, album releases, births and deaths happening from October 30 through November 5 in music history.
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This Week in Rock History, October 23 - 29

Anne Erickson
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10.23.2017

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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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This Week in Rock History, October 16 – 22

Russell Hall
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10.16.2017

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Historically speaking, this week in rock music has been marked by a trove of memorable events. The most pop band in rock history make their television debut, one of heavy metal’s greatest bands kicked off their third U.S. tour, and classic rock favorites Santana made a spectacular comeback.
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Five Finger Death Punch's Jason Hook Talks 'Hired Gun,' His M-4 Sherman and More

Anne Erickson
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10.13.2017

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Jason Hook sits down with Gibson.com to talk about why he believes Gibson guitars offer the highest possible quality from an instrument, his new documentary "Hired Gun" and the status of new Five Finger Death Punch music.
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Chatting with the Darkness Bass Player Frankie Poullain

Anne Erickson
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10.12.2017

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If you catch the Darkness on tour, you'll see bass player Frankie Poullain slinging his trusty Gibson Thunderbird IV.
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This Week in Rock History, October 9 - 15

Russell Hall
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10.09.2017

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Over the years, the second week in October has yielded scores of memorable rock and roll-related events. In 1970, for instance, the musical “Jesus Christ Superstar” made its Broadway debut. Read about that moment and others—along with noteworthy births, deaths, and album releases—in the listings below.
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The Guitar That Launched The Beatles

Andrew Vaughan
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10.09.2017

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“Love Me Do,” The Beatles’ first-ever single, announced a revolution in rock and roll. The fresh-faced Liverpudlians — Lennon, McCartney, Harrison and Starr — sounded like nothing else on British radio in October 1962. As Harrison remembered in The Beatles Anthology: “First hearing 'Love Me Do' on the radio sent me shivery all over. It was the best buzz of all time. We knew it was going to be on Radio Luxembourg at something like 7:30 on a Thursday night. I was in my house in Speke and we all listened in.”
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Guitar Quotes to Inspire You

Michael Leonard
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10.04.2017

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Sit down, relax and ponder the collected fretboard wisdom of guitar greats such as Jimmy Page, Eric Clapton, Joe Pass, B.B.King, Jimi Hendrix, Buddy Guy, Frank Zappa, Eddie Van Halen, Ace Frehley and more. Oh, and Homer Simpson.
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Gibson Guitar Greats: Freddie King

Michael Leonard
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10.03.2017

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Probably the most underappreciated of the “3 Kings” of the blues, Freddie “Texas Cannonball” King was a prime influence on Eric Clapton, Stevie Ray Vaughan and many more. Here’s a quick primer on a superb player with a unique style, plus a glimpse of the Gibson Freddie King 1960 ES-345.
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