We got this submission from a 24-year-old guitarist living in Budapest, Hungary. He wanted to share his new music video with us. It’s a Joe Satriani cover performance. Check it out.
Here’s an exclusive clip of Buddy Guy’s incredible performance of “Damn Right, I’ve Got the Blues” from Guitar Center Sessions on DIRECTV.
When Van Halen was in their prime they really shook things up. With David Lee Roth singing and Eddie Van Halen on lead guitar they were a hellluva band. I was a DJ in local bars in 1973 and this song was a hit at the time. It was written by Ray Davies and first released by the Kinks in 1964. Van Halen brought it back to life in the seventies with their version and no one else has covered it since.
What an amazing guitarist! Gary Moore was one of the greats. He started his career with some of the best rock music ever and ended it as a blue master.
We don’t often do this, but here is a string of YouTube videos someone put together of his original rockin’ style.
It is hard to find a good live video of these guys. I used to rock out to The Fixx all the time and the volume was always cranked. For some reason thees recordings are rather subdued, but if you like their style take some time to find some studio recordings on YouTube, it’s worth it. The studio stuff is way better! My favorite albums were, “Shuttered Room” and “Phantoms”
Here’s a nice surprise. I found the studio version of Smells Like Teen Spirit. Thought it would be a cool addition to our Artist stream.
In September 2014 Nosound got a once in a lifetime chance to play an exclusive invite-only gig at Mount Teide Space Observatory (2390m), as part of Starmus Festival. This unique international astronomy festival was to bring together an array of musical talent from European opera legend Katerina Mina and the legendary Rick Wakeman and leading figures in contemporary science with talks from the likes of Brian May, Nobel Prize winners and cosmonauts with the Keynote speech given by Professor Stephen Hawking.
It was here that Nosound recorded their CD/DVD release ‘Teide 2390’. Performed and recorded at Starmus infront of an invited audience at an altitude of 2390m the band played songs from their 2005 debut ‘Sol29’, 2008’s ‘Lightdark’, 2009’s ‘A Sense Of Loss’ as well as their most recent album ‘Afterthoughts’.
‘Teide 2390’ features an audio CD of the full set clocking in at over 70 minutes. The DVD-A/V includes standard & HD both in stereo & 5.1 mix.
DVD: stereo 24/48 LPCM, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround, DTS 24/96 5.1 Surround plus a short film based on Nosound gig, including performances of In My Fears, Fading Silently, Places Remained, Kites, Cold Afterall, plus behind the scenes footage and pictures from the event.
This song is from the third album produced by Carlos Santana. There is no name for the album, but we always called it “The Man With The Outstretched Hand” The album artwork is such an amazing psychedelic image that I decided to post it here for your viewing pleasure.
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I came across this video on FaceBook and decided to post it here because it moved me. Imagine how the band members felt putting this together. The look on the Bride and Grooms faces are priceless and it made me realize how much impact something like this has on people. I read somewhere that one or two people in the crowd were aware of what was going on, but everyone else was in the dark. I’m thinking the best man or maid of honor helped put it together. This has become my latest favorite video!
Live 8 was a string of benefit concerts that took place July 2005, in the G8 states and in South Africa. They were timed to precede the G8 conference and summit held at the Gleneagles Hotel in Auchterarder, Scotland from 6–8 July 2005; they also coincided with the 20th anniversary of Live Aid. Run in support of the aims of the UK’s Make Poverty History campaign and the Global Call for Action Against Poverty, ten simultaneous concerts were held on July 2 and one on July 6. On July 7, the G8 leaders pledged to double 2004 levels of aid to poor nations from US$25 billion to US$50 billion by the year 2010. Half of the money was to go to Africa.
More than 1,000 musicians performed at the concerts, which were broadcast on 182 television networks and 2,000 radio networks