Difficult second album syndrome? Not so for Wes Schultz and the Lumineers
Black Label Society frontman Zakk Wylde, sometime Ozzy Osbourne guitarist and living legend, returns with an acoustic album – and his own guitar company, reports Joel McIver
Gale Paridjanian of Turin Brakes chats to us about the release of new album Lost Property, and the acoustic sound that is the bedrock of the band’s success
Fresh from storming the charts with Something More Than Free, Jason Isbell chats to Acoustic magazine about songwriting, his C.F. Martin & Co. collection and finding a place to call home
Following a life-changing encounter with a snowman, Gabrielle Aplin’s new album, Light Up The Dark is cementing her place as one of the UK’s brightest pop talents
The John Butler Trio return with a new album, Flesh And Blood, which sees acoustic genius John Butler expand his palette of sounds and techniques once more. Acoustic heads down under.
Brit bluesman Bonfanti talks to Paul Strange about being crowned Best Acoustic Performer at 2013’s Blues Awards, Gibson Hummingbirds, and giving blues music the recognition it deserves.
Antonio Forcione is an internationally renowned guitar master travelling with his brand of infectious jazz-inflected melodies. With a Yamaha strapped to his back, he provides clinics, masterclasses, and concerts the world over. His latest album Sketches of Africa delves into new inspiration, but the melody is always at the heart of it.
With an amalgamation of country, blues, western swing, and a touch of jazz, Pokey LaFarge is doing music his way and keeping it as real as ever.
With a new solo album hot off the press, Jethro Tull’s guitarist Martin Barre explains to julian piper why he loves classical music, why he won’t be touring with Ian Anderson, and why he’s turning his back on amplifiers.