Legend is a word that’s thrown around probably too much, but there’s no real other way to describe Keith Richards. What else can you even say about the Rolling Stones guitarist? The 71-year-old is not only responsible for creating some of the most monumental music we’ve enjoyed over the last five decades, but his influence—alongside the Stones—have shaped music and the world that surrounds it. Watch our latest episode of Guitar Moves in which host Matt Sweeney lives his dream, freaks out, and sits down with Richards himself. Ever wanted to know how Richards learned how to play the guitar? Well, it started with his grandfather…
For this week’s installment of the “Guitar Video Of The Week“- we’ve got Tommy Emmanuel sitting in with the band, SIMO– and their great cover of “A Little Help From My Friends” recorded live at the High Watt in Nashville, TN on February 28, 2015.
For this week’s installment of the “Guitar Video Of The Week“- we’ve got the great Otis Rush with “I Can’t Quit You Baby.” This blues standard was written by the late, great Willie Dixon and first recorded by Otis. It’s been covered several times since, including by Led Zeppelin on their debut album.
For this week’s installment of the “Guitar Video Of The Week“- we’ve got the Jeff Beck Group and “Definitely Maybe.” This was the last track from the 1972 Steve Cropper produced Jeff Beck Group album. It was the second album to feature the lineup of Beck, Bobby Tench on vocals and 2nd guitar, Clive Chaman on bass, Max Middleton on keyboards and Cozy Powell on drums.
It was sometimes referred to as the Orange Album due to the orange that appears at the top of the album’s cover.
For this week’s installment of the “Guitar Video Of The Week“- we’ve got Billy Gibbons with the ZZ Top classic, “La Grange” – from an episode of Live From Daryl’s House. Featuring great solos from Billy, Shane Theriot and Eliot Lewis!
We interviewed Eliot Lewis back in November of 2014, (you can read that HERE) and we’re working on an interview with Shane right now. Stay tuned!