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This Week in Rock History, October 2 - 8

Anne Erickson
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10.02.2017

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Read on for some key events, album releases, births and deaths happening from October 2 through October 8 in rock history.
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J.D. Simo and His Trio “Rise and Shine” with New Album

Russell Hall
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10.02.2017

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Creatively speaking, J.D. Simo is not one to sit still. For his trio’s new album, the Nashville-based musician widened his sound to include smoldering soul ballads, Stax-flavored funk, and psychedelic-tinged instrumentals.
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New Gibson 2018 Models Available Now

09.27.2017

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The Gibson 2018 lineup is improved, refined and more cohesive than ever before, providing musicians with clear choices to ideally suit their playing needs.
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This Week in Rock History, September 25 - October 1

Anne Erickson
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09.25.2017

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Read on for some significant events, album releases, births and deaths happening from September 4 through 10 in rock history.
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10 Les Paul Greats from the Classic Rock Era

Russell Hall
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09.25.2017

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With its rich sustain, distinctive tone, and impeccable playability, the Les Paul has been the instrument of choice for rock guitar’s greatest riff-makers, innovators and soloists. Here, in no particular order, we profile 10 classic-rock guitar greats for whom the Les Paul has proved indispensable.
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Top 10 Greatest Metal Vocalists

Anne Erickson
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09.22.2017

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When a great vocalist takes the stage, it's impossible to turn away.
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Gibson Guitar Greats: Steve Jones

09.22.2017

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The Sex Pistols’ Never Mind The Bollocks is 40 years old in October and still sounds revolutionary. As Steve Jones turns 62, it’s time to salute the man behind one of the greatest guitar sounds ever.
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The Top 10 Gibson Bluesmen Ever

09.19.2017

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From acoustic wizards to soulful songwriters and soloists, the music of Gibson toting bluesmen is rich indeed. Here’s the 10 greatest, including Albert King, Robert Johnson, Johnny Winter, Hubert Sumlin and more... but do you agree?
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This Week in Rock History, September 18 – 24

Russell Hall
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09.18.2017

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Over the years, the third week in September has yielded scores of memorable rock and roll-related events. In 1985, for instance, the first Farm Aid benefit was staged. Read about that moment and others—along with noteworthy births, deaths, and album releases—in the listings below.
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Jimmy Page’s Les Paul Legacy

Ted Drozdowski
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09.15.2017

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Nineteen-sixty-nine was a banner year for rock ‘n’ roll. Besides Woodstock, it was the year of the MC5’s Kick Out the Jams, The Stooges, the Stones’ Let It Bleed, Zappa’s Hot Rats, Fleetwood Mac’s Then Play On, King Crimson’s In the Court of the Crimson King, Blind Faith, Captain Beefheart’s Trout Mask Replica, Dylan’s Nashville Skyline, Abbey Road, Santana, Sly & the Family Stone’s Stand, and many more.
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