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Our primary, in-depth artist profiles that put significant classic artists and acts at center stage on our site.

The Rise of Joe Walsh

Walsh made the James Gang more than a power trio and expanded and deepened his style as a solo artist to show himself as far more than the Eagle he became.

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Graham Nash After CSN: ‘Just Following My Heart’

In our wide-ranging interview he talks about his CSNY bandmates and curating their history, his strong new solo LP and surprise… the election. “I’m just looking forward to tomorrow…”

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Alice Cooper Interview: Addiction, Vampires + A Possible Reunion

In a wide-ranging discussion, the classic rock legend talks about many of the original Hollywood Vampires, a possible reunion and the ‘Wow’ he got from Paul McCartney

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How Eddie Van Halen Changed Rock Guitar

He is the most influential rock guitarist since his band became superstars in the 1980s, all by just doing what comes naturally.

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Interview: ‘For Your Love’ & ‘Bus Stop’ Writer Graham Gouldman

Graham Gouldman started writing hits for British Invasion bands like the Yardbirds, the Hollies and Herman’s Hermits at just age 19. He was just warming up

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Session Superstar Nicky Hopkins

Do you know the music he made with a long Who’s Who list of classic rock superstars? Now get to know the session keyboard star

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Bert Berns: The Ecstatic Agony of a Producer/Songwriter

It’s billed as “the greatest untold story of rock ‘n’ roll,” about the man who wrote “Twist and Shout” and “Piece of My Heart” and produced “Brown Eyed Girl”

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Remembering Jimi Hendrix in Greenwich Village

Guitar World magazine’s Founding Editor heard and met Hendrix in 1966 in Greenwich Village, where he believes the guitar icon truly developed

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Kosh Creates Unforgettable LP Covers

You know his iconic images: The Beatles crossing Abbey Road…. The Eagles’ Hotel California…. and many (many) more. Meet the man behind the album covers.

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Beatles Documentary, Eight Days a Week: Review

A nonstop rush of adrenaline, a comfort-food feast of melodic guitars and impeccable harmonies, unbridled creativity and boundless artistic determination, cheeky wit and newness and wonder and youth. And screams—lots of screams.

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