Through The Years With Eric Clapton

I thought it was about time I wrote about the big man himself, Eric Clapton.  There are a lot of ways that I could have written this post, but I decided to travel in a time machine and find videos of a few of Clapton’s music projects throughout his music career.  I won’t be able…

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Listening Party With Ian Moore

If you haven’t heard of guitarist and singer, Ian Moore, then you’re in for a treat.  Granted even if you have heard him, you’ll still enjoy the songs I collected for you in this post.  Moore is a great player with an awesome voice and can really deliver on stage. He performed one of my…

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The Late And Great Guitar Sensation, Jeff Healey

Almost four years ago, we lost the great guitarist and singer, Jeff Healey.  Although Healey, had a relatively short music career, passing away at 41 years old, his music lives on in all of us.  Healey was a powerhouse on stage that didn’t let his disabilities get in the way of his guitar.  I want…

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Back In Time With Buddy Guy

We’re so fortunate to still have Buddy Guy performing on stage today, but I wanted to back in time a little bit and find some early Buddy Guy videos to share with you.  Buddy Guy puts on a great show and has appeared on stage with a lot of great players.  Some of the videos…

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Jazzy Backing Tracks For Guitar

While I was surfing YouTube, I came across a channel that has released several jazzy backing tracks to play along with.  I thought it would be a good way to practice your licks over a different music styles.  While there aren’t any blues tracks like you are probably used to by now, these are some…

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A Merry Blues Christmas

Musicians are known for releasing Christmas recordings this time of year, so I put a few videos together for you this Christmas season.  But I thought I would find recordings that were done earlier than Clapton, Vaughan, and Setzer.  I collected a series of videos from the early Texas and Delta Blues legends.  Take a…

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Playing The Blues With Warren Haynes

After featuring Allman Brothers alumni, Derek Trucks, it felt appropriate to write about blues and rock guitarist, Warren Haynes.  Haynes can be heard most often with the Allman Brothers and his own project, Gov’t Mule.  Haynes has also toured with several other big name acts and he always delivers a great show.  He plays guitar…

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Blues-Infused Rock With Guitar Icon Jimmy Page

Today’s post is about the great guitarist, Jimmy Page.  I’m certain that with as many Page fans as there are out there, you could probably teach me a thing or two about him, but nonetheless, it was fun getting some info about him.  I was able to find a good biography about Page, some great…

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The Blues Of Tomorrow With Derek Trucks

Now, Derek Trucks has been around for a while with his own groups and the great Allman Bros. band, but his recent success with the Tedeschi Trucks Band has earned him respect as one of the “Blues artists of the future.”  Now, that’s a pretty loaded title that I came up with based on research…

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Tribute To Guitarist Hubert Sumlin

I’m sad to announce that we just recently lost blues guitar legend, Hubert Sumlin.  Sumlin performed with blues legends, Howlin’ Wolf and Muddy Waters, and influenced generations of rock and blues guitarists.  I was happy to find two articles that Guitar World featured this week about Sumlin, the first a profile of his career and…

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