There is a fine line between a fan and a fanatic. And a lot of the fun of KISS – Alive Forever comes from crossing that line over and over again. In a nutshell, Curt Gooch and Jeff Suhs’ book details every performance that the legendary group has played, from January of 1973 up through this past March. Yes, every one.
This is a collection of assorted guitar tips, insights and unsolicited pieces of advice. They are written by a beginner with 20+ years of experience.
This is a quick lesson by the dynamic duo on jazzy and bluesy sounding chords. They’re a lot easier than you think.
This Maryland band’s first full-length album is bound to catch anyone’s interest. The songs are well written and the sound is great, despite the fact that they used no less than absolutely state-of-the-art equipment (for 1972).
In this lesson we get into compound voicings – a term used for chord shapes featuring more than one extension. Part four of five.
We’re going to take this four chord song and make a breathtaking solo guitar arrangement for it. It’s a great work out for finger-style guitar.
This book follows the career path of Sheryl Crow from her childhood up through of her latest album, C’mon, C’mon. It’s unauthorized and it’s a fascinating look at Sheryl Crow’s rise to stardom and at the wheels within wheels of the music business. Even if you don’t know or care who Sheryl Crow is, if you are thinking about making a career as a big time musician, I advise you to give this a read.