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  • This article suggests a list of the 43 greatest classic rock guitarists, all of which began their careers in the twentieth century. A short biography is provided for each guitarist.

    43 Greatest Classic Rock Guitarists

    43 Greatest Classic Rock Guitarists

    by Kelley Marks79

  • Post-Metal trio, Snow Burial, out fo Chicago, Illinios, recently released Ostrava on Prosthetic records. Here, ben Bowman talks about the album, hte band, and his favorite dance moves.

    An Interview With Ben Bowman of Snow Burial

    An Interview With Ben Bowman of Snow Burial

    by Justin W Price0

  • Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at Woodstock August 15-18, 1969. The fourth performer on the opening day of the festival was Tim Hardin. Tim was a talented lyricist, and was the artist who wrote "If I Were a Carpenter."

    Woodstock Performers: Tim Hardin

    Woodstock Performers: Tim Hardin

    by Kaili Bisson6

  • Gordon Lightfoot has long been thought one of the greatest folk singer songwriters of all time. He's also most often thought of in terms of being an acoustic guitarist, and has had a limited edition guitar in his honor produced by C.F. Martin & Co.

    Gordon Lightfoot's Guitars and Songwriting

    Gordon Lightfoot's Guitars and Songwriting

    by Wesman Todd Shaw46

  • Emma Cole is an exceptional talent with an inspiring backstory of strength and overcoming. Meet the artist behind the music. You'll not only be mesmerized by her sound but also root for her success.

    Meet Emma Cole, the Artist Behind the Music

    Meet Emma Cole, the Artist Behind the Music

    by FlourishAnyway30

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  • Since Alejandro Aranda took over "American Idol," many have called him a musical genius. This humble Pomona, California, dishwasher might be one of the greatest new musicians of the year.

    Who Is Alejandro Aranda, aka ScaryPoolParty?

    Who Is Alejandro Aranda, aka ScaryPoolParty?

    by Layne Holmes25

  • Singers can't afford to give their voices a vacation for long without losing tone quality and vocal range. As we age, daily practice is absolutely necessary. Here are a variety of ways you can use your voice while you improve your sound.

    How to Keep Your Singing Voice in Shape

    How to Keep Your Singing Voice in Shape

    by Audrey Hunt39

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