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Landmark Rock and Roll Events, August 7 - 13

Russell Hall
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08.07.2017

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Over the years, the second week in August has yielded scores of memorable rock and roll-related events. In 1986, for instance, Queen staged what turned out to be the band’s final show with Freddie Mercury. Read about that moment and others—along with noteworthy births, deaths, and album releases—in the listings below.
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Here’s the Next Generation of Guitar Heroes

Russell Hall
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08.04.2017

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Recently a renowned publication asserted that the electric guitar is losing its popularity among the younger set. One explanation, claimed the article, is the lack of contemporary guitar heroes. Since the article appeared, however, many sources have chimed in with repudiations of that assertion.
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This Week in Rock History, July 31 - August 6

Anne Erickson
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07.31.2017

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Check out some significant events, album releases, births and deaths happening from July 31 through August 6 in rock history.
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George Thorogood on Party of One, His ES-125 and More

Anne Erickson
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07.24.2017

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George Thorogood speaks with Gibson.com about his new solo record and beloved ES-125, which he calls “the only guitar I want to play.”
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This Week in Rock History, July 24 – 30

Russell Hall
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07.24.2017

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Over the years, the fourth week in July has yielded scores of memorable rock and roll-related events. In 1966, for instance, one of rock’s greatest-ever power trios made their concert debut. Read about that moment and others—along with noteworthy births, deaths, and album releases—in the listings below.
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Get to Know Sisterly Trio Haim

Anne Erickson
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07.18.2017

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It's time to get Haim on your radar-- that is, if you haven't already been pulled in by their catchy, feel-good brand of pop-rock.
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This Week in Rock History, July 17 - 23

Russell Hall
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07.17.2017

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Over the years, the third week in July has yielded scores of memorable rock and roll-related events. In 1989, for instance, Ringo Starr kicked off his first-ever solo tour. Read about that moment and others—along with noteworthy births, deaths, and album releases—in the listings below.
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This Week in Rock History, July 10 – 16

Russell Hall
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07.10.2017

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Over the years, the second week in July has yielded scores of memorable rock and roll-related events. In 1985, for instance, the Live Aid benefit concerts were staged in Philadelphia and London. Read about that moment and others—along with noteworthy births, deaths, and album releases—in the listings below.
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Photo Feature: 311's Nick Hexum and His Beloved Gibsons

Anne Erickson
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07.05.2017

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Nick Hexum and his band 311 have been rocking together for more than 25 years.
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10 Great American Bands

Michael Wright
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07.04.2017

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In celebration of the July 4th holiday, Gibson.com is taking a moment to appreciate 10 of America’s greatest bands. America is the birthplace of rock and roll and even though the English, Irish, Swedes, Aussies and others have taken the genre and run with it, America certainly has held its own in the rock and roll arms race. Here are 10 of our finest (with two recommended tracks for your holiday weekend iPod shuffle!).
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