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This Week in Rock History

Russel Hall
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02.05.2016

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Historically speaking, the first week in February has been an eventful period for rock and roll. February of 1978 saw one very notable guitar band sign their first major label contract; in contrast, February of 1988 saw the dissolution of one of New Wave music’s finest groups.
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Gibson Guitar Greats #2: Jimmy Page

Michael Leonard
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02.02.2016

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Jimmy Page is without doubt a legend of guitar. Eclectic, electric and with superb command of sound and production. Here's a quick primer on Led Zeppelin's Lord Of The Strings and his Gibson guitars
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Superbowl: Top Five Halftime Rockers

Daniel Eriksson
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02.01.2016

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In preparation for Coldplay’s halftime performance during Super Bowl 50 we list the five best rock performances from previous years. How about the likes of Bruce Springsteen and The Who, to name a couple?
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Are You Traditional or High Performance?

Peter Hodgson
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01.29.2016

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Gibson has just unveiled its 2016 line and there’s something for everybody, whether your tastes lean towards the traditional, the modern or the best of both worlds.
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Gibson Guitar Greats: BB King

01.29.2016

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B.B. King passed away in 2015 but his legacy on guitar and music in general will live on. Here's a brief summary and guide to the King of the blues.
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Gibson USA Gives an Assist to the NHL’s All-Star Game

01.27.2016

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When the NHL brings the All-Star game to Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena on January 31, 2016, Gibson USA will be providing a major assist.
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Should You Start Learning on Electric or Acoustic?

Peter Hodgson
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01.27.2016

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If you’re planning to start learning guitar, it can be pretty overwhelming. You have to figure out where and how to learn (teacher? Instructional books or DVDs? Online course?). You have to figure out what kind of stuff you want to learn. And critically, you have to figure out what you’re going to play it on. It’s a lot to take in. But we’re here to help you through it! Let me start by telling you a little about when I first started playing guitar.
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52 Years ago this Month, The Beatles Release Meet the Beatles!

Russell Hall
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01.26.2016

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Released on January 20, 1964, Meet the Beatles! soared to Number One in America--famously knocking The Singing Nun album from the top spot—and it remained there for 11 weeks. More importantly, the LP ushered in a cultural phenomenon the likes of which have never been duplicated. Nothing in contemporary music would ever be quite the same.
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What Eagles Songs Would You Have on Your Playlist?

Daniel Eriksson
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01.25.2016

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The Eagles’ six studio albums between 1972 and 1979 contained so many classics that it was enough for two Greatest Hits albums. Here are my ten favorite Eagles songs - go ahead and add them to your playlist!
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Glenn Frey: From 2012, the Eagles Legend Talks about His Final Solo Album

Russell Hall
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01.20.2016

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The Eagles legend couldn’t have known, of course, that his 2012 solo album, After Hours, would be his final statement as a recording artist. I was lucky enough to speak with Frey at the time, and, as he was with others, he was exceptionally generous with his thoughts. From the start, it was clear this project was especially dear to his heart.
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