The twin guitar solos that conclude “Hotel California” have moved into classic-rock lore. Turns out, the Eagles had to learn them note for note.
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Dave Grohl is more enthusiastic than he is inspired. As such, it’s easier to pull for the Foo Fighters than to actually like their stuff.
A welcome return to fusion, ‘Up’ finds Stanley Clarke going back to his genre-defying ways.
So we were standing around the Something Else! water cooler the other day, getting a lot of laughs from an absolutely ridiculous article we’d read about guitar players.
‘This is not going to go anywhere': The Eagles’ Joe Walsh didn’t have a guitar as his first instrument – or his second
Most rock fans can recite Joe Walsh’s CV from memory: James Gang, the Eagles, solo artist. Maybe most important of all: Guitar god. But it wasn’t always thus. In fact, Walsh’s first instrument was not a guitar. Neither was his second.
Joe Walsh has been on a bit of a roll as of late. He toured for his first solo album in almost 20 years, the critically acclaimed and Jeff Lynne-produced Analog Man
Joe Walsh was reminded, at screenings worldwide of the new documentary History of the Eagles, just how far he’d slipped into addiction during the group’s long hiatus between 1980-94.
‘Just a joke': What Don Felder said to Joe Walsh on the classic video for the Eagles’ “Hotel California”
Ever wondered what Don Felder said to Joe Walsh to crack him up during the iconic twin guitar solos on the original 1970s-era video for “Hotel California”? Us, too.
‘Just because you write ’em, doesn’t mean you can play ’em!': Joe Walsh hams it up on Bob Seger tour
Joe Walsh presented “And the Band Played On,” a cut off his current release Analog Man, for the first time during his on-going tour with Bob Seger — introducing it with a hilarious quip
Ringo Starr, Steve Lukather, Gregg Rolie, Todd Rundgren + Joe Walsh – Ringo at the Ryman (2013): Movies
Don’t let the goofball demeanor fool you: Ringo Starr is the model of consistency these days, as solid and professional a frontman as there is — and maestro of one of the last decades’ most reliably entertaining guest-packed tours.