Photographer Iron Mike Savoia has uploaded a seven-minute clip of Journey’s Neal Schon and Joe Satriani jamming together during Schon’s concert at the G4 Experience in Palm Springs at Hotel Zosa on January 6. You can check out the footage, which features a run-through of Jimi Hendrix’s “Red House,” above. As previously reported, Satriani’s G4 […]
March 14-18, 2019Blondie In HavanaMeliá Habana Hotel, Havana, Cuba
May 23-27, 2019Tim McGraw’s One of Those Havana NightsMeliá Havana Hotel, Havana, Cuba
June 13th-17th, 2019Tommy Emmanuel’s Guitar Camp USAThe Lodge at Vail Mountain, Vail, CO
July 8-12, 2019Mike Portnoy’s Percussive NationHotel McCormick, Scottsdale, AZ
July 15-19, 2019Ben Folds Scotland GetawayAtholl Palace, Pitlochry, Scotland
July 29 - August 2, 2019Vai Academy 5.0The Mansion at Glen Cove, Long Island, NY
July 31 - August 4, 2019Andy McKee’s MusicariumEarthrise Institute, Petaluma, CA
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The four-day Cuba event… will emphasize tracks with a Latin or reggaeton flavor. Blondie’s single “Heart of Glass”—released 40 years ago this month—wasn’t supposed to be a hit. It wasn’t even supposed to be on an album. When the band entered the studio to record 1978’s now-classic Parallel Lines, “Glass” was an abandoned disco experiment […]