Even an Album like “Guitar Heroes” (Stony Plain Records), which finds four renowned guitarists — Albert Lee, James Burton, Amos Garrett and David Wilcox — can draw two separate reactions.
Walter Trout has never been on MTV. He’s never been a rock star. He does not have a marketing team on his payroll, and he doesn’t pay a wardrobe person to choose how he dresses on stage. He does, however, have a lot of fans.
In recent years Foghat decided to make a dream of Lonesome Dave’s a reality: an all-blues record.
As quickly as Hurt came onto the scene, he was gone, because his later records didn’t sell as well as “Frankie.”
Through the years, Simmonds has taken the band in the wake of Swinging London to the modern music world today.
Farewell to Guru, Devon Clifford, Mississippi Slim, Peter Steele and William Walker