Mato Nanji, the incredible guitarist from the band Indigenous, chats with Guitar Noise contributor Bill Cozzo about recording the band’s latest CD, his guitars and amps, playing live, and aspects of the band’s career from early beginnings to playing with legends.
Guitar Player Interviews
Over the years we have been lucky enough to meet and talk with many great musicians. In these interviews with guitar players, musicians and songwriters we ask the artists where they got their start and about their different approaches to touring and recording.
We’ve got a two-for-one deal this week, courtesy of Nick Torres. After seeing Joanne Juskus in the Washington DC area, he managed to not only review her latest CD, but also enticed this incredible songwriter to do an interview for Guitar Noise.
Recently Nick Torres arranged a tour of the Huss & Dalton guitar factory. Read this fascinating exchange and learn more about how guitars are made.
Karl Groom is well-known as the guitarist for the great Progressive-Metal band Threshold, but he’s also a great producer and an all-around great guy.
We caught up with Rebekah Fischman and Victoria Lavington, the singer/songwriter duo that makes up the band Molly Pitcher.
We spoke to the guys from Symphony X before kicking off their North American tour and found them to be extremely friendly and certainly out for a good time.
Planet X is made up of Virgil Donati on drums, Derek Sherinian (Dream Theatre) on keyboards and Tony MacAlpine on Guitars.
Linda Taylor treats us with some thoughts on the differences between “music” and “the music business.” It’s not for the faint of heart!