We revisit Nelson’s 1975 concept album Red Headed Stranger – his first release on Columbia Records, a record giving Nelson total creative control, and one that tells the story of a fugitive on the run after killing his wife and her lover, told with brief song-poems and minimal backing.
The award winning singer-songwriter talks us through his stage and recording gear…
Jackson Browne is far from running on empty. We welcome a songwriting icon to talk about the artists who’ve shaped his sound.
We look back at Fleetwood Mac’s seminal album and assess its enduring appeal as the group is set to tour in 2015, including a headline slot at the Isle of Wight festival.
Arguably the first British guitarist to achieve A-list megastardom, Eric Clapton has notched up an unbelievable 50 years in the music industry – and with the reissue of the Unplugged DVD, plus three new C.F. Martin & Co. signature Editions, there’s plenty to celebrate!
The Irish sibling duo proves that a tough work ethic and a knack for Simon and Garfunkel-like folk-pop melodies will reap dividends, writes Guy Little. Hudson Taylor has spent the last five years honing an infectious brand of folk-pop –…
There are two sides to James Bay: the solo troubadour and the rock outfit frontman. Just as Ryan Adams leaps from one to the other, Bay, too, does it expertly, creating a charismatic debut record in the process, writes Guy Little.
From YouTube star to international success story, Andy McKee has got it all. We welcome a real guitar master to talk about the albums that have shaped his sound.