Riffs: Famous Guitars Unveiled, Baby Boomers Rock, Lincoln Album, The Black Keys
February 18, 2008
Famous Guitars to See Light from StarTribune.com After years of isolation in a climate-controlled vault in California, four famous guitars will see the light. Check out this article to
After years of isolation in a climate-controlled vault in California, four famous guitars will see the light. Check out this article to see details behind the Roseville, Minnesota, unveiling of guitars played by Eric Clapton, Stevie Ray Vaughn and Edge of U2.
from The Modesto Bee
Despite moving from incense and magical brownies to knee replacements and retirement plans, Baby Boomers are still keeping music alive. This article discusses how the Woodstock Generation continues to perform thanks to music programs like New Horizons.
from International Business Times
How did you celebrate President''s Day? We spent the day listening to Chris Vallillo''s Abraham Lincoln in Song. The album, inspired by Lincoln, is supposedly a great for both history and acoustic guitar lovers.
The Black Keys is a blues/rock band from Akron, Ohio. Less is definitely more with this two-member band (Dan Auerbach on guitar/vocals and Patrick Carney on the drums) whose sound dominates some of their larger peers. Check out this video of The Black Keys playing "Stack Shot Billy" on the Late Show with David Letterman.