A-Ha Gets back together and plays at the Nobel Peace Prize Concert event. Excellent version of this tune.
Buffalo Springfield was one of those one hit wonders from the seventies. Even though this was prety much the only song that got airplay, it sent a strong message. At that time the Vietnam war was raging and people were dying in the streets protecting the war.
Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Casady doing an unplugged version of “Hesitation Blues” in 1970. These guys played in Jefferson Airplane and Hot Tuna. Their style is quite unique and they had quite a following when they were popular.
Boston plays “More Than a Feeling” live at the Giants Stadium in New Jersey. The sound is a little rusty but the guitar is spot on. Rumor had it that these guys recorded their first album in a garage with a simple 8 track recorder. Talk about determination! They went on to become one of the biggest bands in the Eighties.
Rare video of Alvin Lee playing with Ten Years After. It looks like they used some old video footage and played the studio track in the background, or maybe the video is out of sync. Either way “I’d Love To Change The World” was one of my all time favorites back in the day, and I was happy to find this particular video.
Ry Cooder is getting on in years and it’s hard to find a good video of him, but this one is great. Check out the Louisiana style and attitude.
Excellent version of Bright Lights by Matchbox 20. Rob Thomas at his best.
Excellent version of “Stuck in a Moment” Bono and The Edge perform on David Letterman
Vince Gill, Sheryl Crow, Keb’ Mo, and other stars come together to cover one of Eric Clapton’s greatest hits live from the Crossroads Guitar Festival 2010
Guthrie Govan is a guitar master. If you do a little research on him you will discover that Guthrie is well versed on all types of guitars. Here is a song preview from The Aristocrats’ new live CD/DVD “Culture Clash Live”