If you are looking for some blues u can use then look no further. Today we have a guitardoor interview with bluerick. See what the self composer, recorder, songwriter, and marketer said to Jimmy Flemming in his Guitardoor Interview. But… Read More »BrinGing u Blues U Can USe Bluerick
Erin Coburn is on the trajectory of becoming a Legendary Guitarist. She is Talent combined with determination. Her shows and her personality are both a lesson in Intensity, the proper dynamics of music delivered with a sense of humor. She… Read More »Erin Coburn “Burning Brightly”
Gary Moore was always in the right place at the right time. Not only in the opportunities he came to find, but in the notes, he played in his music. His birthplace in East Belfast, Ireland held a place called… Read More »Gary Moore’s “The Blues have many COLORS.
London’s Guitarist Ian Sloan takes us back to the reason we started Guitardoor. We cover some Legendary players, yes, but we want to highlight and spotlight the greats who are lesser-known. Lesser known is not “Less”, we view everyone the… Read More »Ian Sloan “The Axe Wielding Officer”
Frank Marino and Mahogany Rush. Five words I heard during many listening sessions and music conversations. I slowly began to seek out the meaning. In time I found a Gravity to those words. I want to thank Frank for his… Read More »Frank Marino “ Guitar for a Higher Purpose”
Eddie van Halen changed 80’s Rock Guitar, so much that nowadays his guitars are selling at auction for close to a half-million dollars making one of his guitars one of the most expensive guitars in history. The Loss of Eddie… Read More »EDDIE VAN HALEN SONGS THAT CHANGED ROCK GUITAR
Following the untimely death of Stevie Ray Vaughan, My Dear Friend Terry Carr and I were seeking new territory for inspiration. We were also going back to the living Masters who brought inspiration to the players Like SRV. Buddy Guy… Read More »John Campbell National Steel Guitar Hero