Hey everybody!!! It is time for me to share one of my favorites with you. Every day I cruise the internet looking for whatever tune floats my boat at the moment! Today my favorite is Kansas. I would love to hear your suggestions, and who knows maybe I will post one of your favorites right here on The Hawk's website
Today's lesson is an aerosmith tune from the album Toys In The Attic. I'm thinking that after all the Joe Perry Project stuff we might as well do a Joe Perry lesson. The name of this tune is Uncle Salty
Hey everybody!!! It is time for me to share one of my favorites with you. Every day I cruise the internet looking for whatever tune floats my boat at the moment! Today my favorite is The Joe Perry Project
Sometimes when a great band geto so big all of a sudden the guy's cant get along anymore which is a shame. But a lot of the time something good comes out of the split. They usually end up back in the original band but some of those side projects are really really good stuff as was the Joe Perry Project
This interview is with one of the great drummers of all time. (At least thats the way that I see it) Corky Laing was the drummer for the band Mountain. He also drummed for West Bruce and Laing ,The Spin Doctors ,Noel Redding, ( Jimi Hendrix bass player) and Bo Diddley just to name a few
Today's lesson is from a smokin hot Canadian guitar player by the name of Pat Travers. This is one of his biggest tunes and something that would be fantastic to play in any bar or any place for that matter
Dead Meadow formed in 1998 from the remnants of two young indie DC bands, The Impossible Five "Gem Blandsten Records" and its immediate follow-up Colour. The band started as Jason Simon on vocals and guitar, Steve Kille on bass, and Mark Laughlin on drums
May Blitz were formed in England during the early part of 1969. Tony Newman ex Jeff Beck Group actually formed the band recruiting James Black & Reid Hudson. Black and Hudson were Canadians from Victoria, British Columbia who pioneered Canadian West Coast music prior to moving to England. Th
Today we are going to do some hunting music (I guess it's a Montana thing) but folks in Montana like hunting and everything that goes along with it. The Blend was a '70s rock quintet from Maine led by singer/guitarist Jim Drown that scored a pop singles chart entry with "I'm Gonna Make You Love Me" at the end of 1978
For today's lesson I thought the bass lines from the song I picked for my favorite would be nice. Bassist Dave DeMarco plays this classic from the Ted Nugent Band's debut album. Music & lyrics by Derek St. Ho
Hey everybody!!! It is time for me to share one of my favorites with you. Every day I cruise the internet looking for whatever tune floats my boat at the moment! Today my favorite is Ted Nugent. I would love to hear your suggestions, and who knows maybe I will post one of your favorites right here on The Hawk's website
Back in the day there were a lot of bands falling out that ended up getting back together. But while they were apart from what made them famous some of these guys got to cut some albums with guys from the other bands
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