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We sit down and talk with interesting professional guitar players, and find out what makes them tick. You'll discover the backstory behind your favorite guitar players, artists, producers, and other sidemen. If you love guitar, music, success & meaningful life lessons, then stick around… you’re in the right place.
 
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Les grew up on a working pig farm, and talks about moving to London to get his career started... flying to LA from London to start a world-wide tour with literally one day’s notice… working with Jack Bruce, Donovan, Pete Townshend & Snuffy Walden… lessons learned, some difficult low points in his life, seeing Led Zeppelin in concert during their fi…
 
On this John Avila interview: a dusty relic in the attic that changed his life, quitting high school, great stories about working with Oingo Boingo, El Chicano, Richie Havens, Stuart Copeland, Neil Young, Food For Feet… awesome story how he got into production, playing backyard BBQ gigs with Van Halen, barely escaping a gig in a foreign country, bi…
 
After releasing 3 #1 singles on their first 3 albums, Brother Cane abruptly broke up - find out what happened on this interesting interview. Damon reveals ongoing struggles with record labels, the unlikely way he wound up singing, behind the scenes of his new solo record, rock star highs and lows, learning to “take a breath” before reacting to stuf…
 
On this Dani Rabin interview, his disappointment in the lack of passion of his teachers at Berklee... starting Marbin from nothing and working up to 300 dates a year for a few years straight to get things moving, music as a portrait of your imagination and as a portrait of your reality, finding his place as an improvisational artist, why “You’re NO…
 
The biggest-selling instrumental guitarist of all time shares some really cool stories: The unlikely series of events which allowed him to record (and pay for!) his first album, what he learned from Mick Jagger & Bill Graham… Low points in his career and how he handled them, his persistence and belief in himself, mistakes made & cool things he got …
 
On this Nate Wood interview, the influence of his parents - both professional musicians in the band “Honk,” how he started playing bass, keyboards, and guitar… all at once. Playing 8-10 gigs a week while in high school, moving to New York City… working with Brian May, Taylor Hawkins, Wayne Krantz, The Calling (playing in front of 125,000 people), t…
 
Lead guitar player for The Fixx for close to 40 years, Jamie talks about his musical turning points, non music jobs he had to take in the beginning, cool stories about playing the Fillmore West, playing with Brian Eno & Tina Turner, crimson boots, biggest decision he ever had to make, gaining confidence, and more: If you’d like to support this show…
 
On this Pete Abbott interview, graduating from University of Miami jazz program and hightailing it straight up to New York City, in an act of blind faith (that worked out great)… working with Jose Feliciano, the serendipity of how he became a member of the Average White Band, moving to Norway for 9 years and the cultural adjustments he had to make,…
 
Pete has a unique level of confidence when he plays - you literally “feel” you’re in good hands with him. This isn’t something random, it’s something he specifically works on and he explained exactly how. Good & not so good experiences running a record label, studying under Howard Roberts at GIT, tolerance, very clever James Brown tricks, and LOADS…
 
On this Dan Lutz interview, leaving school early, cool stories about working with Vinny Colaiuta, Larry Klein, Melody Gadot, Lyle Workman, Jeff Babko, Robben Ford, Jonathan Butler, Patti Austin, Taylor Hicks… an early commitment he made to his family and how he managed to stick with it. Dealing with hard times during the Pandemic, his WORST gig EVE…
 
Literally one of the greatest success stories I’ve encountered, Mike Keneally’s been consistently employed as a side man with some of the world’s greatest guitarists, and as a solo artist with over 30 LPs to his name. How he pretty much manifested his successful audition with Frank Zappa is nothing shy of phenomenal Mike talks about the drivers beh…
 
On this Donald Barrett interview, “Big Ears” and being aware of others… great stories about almost dropping out of school and how he rebounded when his scholarship was cancelled, his mentors and how they changed his life… playing with Snoop Dog, David Garfield, George Benson, Lady Gaga, Greg Phillingaines, Bill Dickens, Oscar Seaton, Lyle Workman, …
 
How Ken won the MTV Basement Tapes in his first career - producing music videos… growing up in Seattle and San Diego, being a parent, working with Chris Cornell on the Casino Royale theme song, folding laundry and why, in the future... your body will be the furthest thing from your mind: If you’d like to support this show: http://www.everyonelovesg…
 
On this Tim Young interview, the serendipity of moves he made and how they changed his life in powerful ways, losing his musical identity and how he rebuilt it… getting the James Corden gig, playing with Beck, Fiona Apple, Cher, Tom Cruise, Arnold Schwarzennegar… dealing with alcohol abuse and learning to be here and now, family, MacGyver, gratitud…
 
Mimi shares some AMAZING stories about her life, including kicking cancer’s ass, trusting people, why she hated being a session player, why she moved cross country from NYC to San Francisco, dealing with sexism and hard times as a young musician, Steve Vai and how he helped her career, handling negative reviews, being too performance-oriented. One …
 
On this Viktor Krauss interview, Victor talks about moving to Nashville from Champagne, Illinois, and how he got his career moving by getting out of his comfort zone… stories about working with Peter Rowan, Shelby Lynn, Lyle Lovett, Bill Frisell, Robert Plant, Tom Jones, Shawn Colvin… rising to the occasion, buck naked concertgoers, the upside (and…
 
On this Steve Farris interview, how his lifelong passion for nature impacted his interest in music, his spirituality, and his views on life… great stories about moving to LA and trying to get his career started, auditioning for Kiss (and the ONLY reason why he didn’t get the gig), how Mr. Mister came together, working with Eddie Money, Player, Tom …
 
This is an emotional episode: how Doug got the gig with Edgar Winter is NOTHING shy of amazing - shows you how something far greater than us, is running the show. Highs & lows of the music business, value of a music education, best decision he’s ever made, Mumbai, and much more. VERY cool convo If you’d like to support this show: http://www.everyon…
 
On this Jimmy Gnecco interview, Jimmy talks about the Lana Del Rey song “Hey, Jimmy Gnecco,” and the controversy around it, his residency at the Viper Room, working with Brian May & Rick Rubin… “Struggling” vs. asking for help, how his own hard times have motivated him to be a source of healing for others, why viewing yourself as a victim is the wo…
 
On this interview, Danny Kortchmar opens up about moving to LA from NYC, his first session (with Carole King & Gerry Goffin), cool stories about working with James Taylor, Jackson Browne, Linda Ronstadt, Don Henley, Stephen Stills, David Crosby, Graham Nash, Harry Nilsson & John Lennon, Neil Young, Keith Moon, Steve Cropper, Russ Kunkel, Leland Skl…
 
A musician who’s truly dedicated to the purity of what he does, Justin was incredibly candid during our conversation. Stories include the influence of his dad on his music, the highs and lows of his relationships, where the ideas for some of his biggest hits came from, his anti-authority spirit, getting sober, suffering a stroke, the power of music…
 
On this Matt Stevens Interview: His WORST gig ever, how failing an audition led to him accomplishing far more than he ever would have imagined, including 2 scholarships at Berklee, moving to New York City, and touring the world playing music - before he even graduated from Berklee. Two most important things he learned, early on… How random Instagra…
 
On this in-depth Michael Beinhorn interview, Michael explains how he went from being a synth player in Material, a local Manhattan band… to co-writing, playing and producing Herbie Hancock’s smash hit, Rockit! Dealing with divorce, moving cross country, getting fired from his band, the unethical aspect of the music business… his reputation for firi…
 
Victor Griffin interview: pre-Pentagram days, struggles with drugs and alcohol, getting thrown off the tour with Black Sabbath and his subsequent very cool apology to Tony Iommi, crowning highs and self-sabotaging lows, the redemption of a great love story and finding God when he needed him. Plus, guitars, amps, the actual amp settings Victor uses …
 
Stevie D interview: how he got the gigs with Gilmour, Walsh and CSN… playing with Gilmour, David Crosby & David Bowie… playing virtually non-stop when his career first started, important mentors in his life, playing Echoes with Gilmour & more. Great stuff! If you’d like to support this show: http://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/support Stevie D is on…
 
Joel Taylor interview: stories about working & playing with Allan Holdsworth, Jeff Berlin, Andy Summers (hilarious story), Robbie Krieger, Stanley Clarke, Leslie West, Pat Travers, Larry Carlton, Brian Bromberg, Dave Carpenter, Jeff Richman, David Foster, Bobby Kimball... a “Buddy Rich moment,” moving from a small town (pop. 5,000) to Boston, playi…
 
Lionel spills the beans in this interview: struggling through obstacles in his native Benin (in West Africa) through his early journey… and the tenacity and belief he had in himself, to overcome them. The intuitive decisions he made which led him through multiple serendipitous events - and how each one contributed to his success. Getting signed to …
 
Ben talks about his amazing experience working with Bowie, and how he got the gig… creating a new “genre” of music with Theo Bleckmann, being more aggressive, why he looks to get out of his comfort zone as often as possible, more. Great convo with a very cool and sincere guy If you’d like to support this show: http://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/sup…
 
Peppino talks about what made him move to America, tough times he had when he first got here, including all the different kinds of non-music jobs he took to make ends meet… feelings of loneliness he encountered as a child because he parents were against him playing guitar, and how he overcame them… cool story about meeting Tony Bennett, his 84 year…
 
Joe Bataan reveals the detailed story of how he wound up in prison, and the serendipity and hard work he put in, to get himself out - all driven by his love and passion for music & and his desire to succeed. Handling prison life and the mindset that allowed him to move his life forward, even while inside… the incredible determination and effort he …
 
Skid Row Guitarist Scotti Hill shares his early struggles and his dogged determination to overcome them - both personally and musically. “Nice to meet you, I have to take a piss…” The serendipity of a variety of events in Scotti’s life is simply amazing, as is his courage to roll with the punches… Story of Scotti’s sobriety, playing on SNL, jamming…
 
Jamie dives VERY deep, sharing stories about losing his mom at a young age & the impact it had on him, his relationship with Steve Smith, John-Luc Ponty, Lenny White… becoming homeless & suffering depression after an emotional breakdown as a result of PTSD, and how he came out of this situation for the better… dealing with money & wealth, regrets, …
 
Ehsaan Noorani lost his father at age 6 and the series of events that unfolded around this event, wound up positively impacting his life. We talked about the energy involved in this and the miracle of how things intersect. Incredibly compelling, as Ehsaan talks about leaving India and attending MI in Hollywood & the cultural differences he encounte…
 
On this Bob Glaub interview, a cool story about hitchhiking around Europe & Israel and how this led him to finding his career, GREAT stories about working with Jesse Ed Davis, Jim Keltner, John Lennon, Phil Spector (probably the only producer walking around the studio with a gun strapped into his shoulder holster), Dave Mason, Jackson Browne, Robbi…
 
On this Ryan Lerman interview, how he persevered through a stagnant period of time in his career, cool stories about working with Ben Folds, Jack Conte, Michael Buble, John Legend, Tallest Man on Earth… the genesis of Scary Pockets, not overthinking ideas or taking yourself too seriously, dealing with depression, successfully completing an incredib…
 
Steve dives deep, talking about how he got some of his coolest gigs, painful lessons he learned from his mom, lessons about “not being married to any gig,” taking more chances, gear, happiness and ongoing personal development, a critical opportunity he had (which he turned down) and how this ultimately allowed him to move on and start his music car…
 
Ed shares loads of cool stories about crazy rock and roll stuff that happened all over the world, the REAL reason why he left Monster Magnet after 18 years, Monster Magnet’s unique concert rider, playing in front of 200,000 people at a festival in Spain when he was only 22, some great vintage gear he has, the set up he used with Monster Magnet, and…
 
On this Donny McCaslin interview, overcoming early childhood struggles and how this changed his life, playing Monterey Jazz Festival (3 times) while in high school, why he “Always wanted to move to New York City…” getting his career started and having the courage to make the move from side-man to artist, working with David Bowie and Bowie’s influen…
 
Chris is the lead guitarist and co-writer for Beasto Blanco, and also has a successful business licensing music to corporations, film & TV. Chris talks about growing up in a tiny town in remote Alaska, dealing with personal tragedies, having realistic expectations in the music business, interesting childhood pastimes and more. Very cool and sincere…
 
Ray talks about growing up on a large farm in rural PA, the impact Musician’s Institute had on his career, stories about David Lee Roth, Jake E. Lee and an amazingly unlikely hook-up with Korn… (finally) being accepted by Korn fans, the music business, being a dad, staying true to yourself and LOADS more great stuff. VERY candid convo! If you’d lik…
 
A full member of the Mighty Mighty Bosstones since 2000, Lawrence is also an LA session player who’s also licensed music for commercials, film and TV. Really relaxed and fun interview, Lawrence shares loads of cool stories about his many moves and why he made them, how he got into licensing music, dealing with a low point in his music career when h…
 
Easygoing and happy, Diego talks about leaving Madrid to move to NY, moving back to Spain and eventually landing in LA. Why his parents encouraged him to study guitar as a young child, organizational challenges of being a band leader, playing with a 2mm pick and 12’s, why guitar truly makes him feel “Free,” and more If you’d like to support this sh…
 
On this Ricky Warwick interview, one day he’s plowing fields on his fathers farm and 6 days later he’s opening up for David Bowie in front of 85,000 people… growing up in rural Ireland & Scotland & moving to LA, how he “fell into” singing, taking responsibility for himself and realizing a low point in life was within his grasp to change, why “You c…
 
Lou played with Keith Whitley, and 10 years each for both Brooks & Dunn and Faith Hill. The son of a truck driver, Lou’s toured all over the world and has experienced both extreme highs and extreme lows, which he shares in this interview. Lou talks about how Keith Whitley’s death impacted him, working with Billy Gibbons, his absolutely crazy first …
 
Angie toured the UK while still a student at Berklee, and then fast-tracked it to LA. She keeps it 100% REAL during this convo, talking about the tremendous highs and low lows she’s experienced… challenges of being a black woman in the music business, how she wound up working with CeeLo Green and David Byrne, growing up in Milwaukee, most important…
 
On this Greg Leisz interview, how playing with artists like Dave Alvin, k.d. Lang, Matthew Sweet, Bill Frisell, Charles Lloyd & others, helped shape his career… Greg didn’t get into playing as a session player till he was nearly in his 40’s and he shares why he “stuck it out”... Playing with Jackson Browne, Eric Clapton, Robert Plant & Allison Krau…
 
On this Joby Ford interview, the joy of playing guitar in an unstructured format, after years of classical training… following his passions of music and art and building something that quenches his thirst for both, what’s kept The Bronx together (and happy) for over two decades, Joby’s top 3 musical experiences, starting a family, work ethic, cooki…
 
A balanced, optimistic person, Chis talks about a scary heart condition he had to deal with, playing with Percy Sledge, a low point in his career when the phone stopped ringing, positive changes he’s made, toughest decision he had to make, and more: If you’d like to support this show: http://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/support An active touring and…
 
AMAZING stories about Sting, Jeff’s highs and lows, getting sober over 20 years ago… Jeff working at a concession stand one day, flying to Rio as part of Sting’s band, the next… the effects of fame and “false fame,” LOADS more cool and interesting stuff. A MUST LISTEN: If you’d like to support this show: http://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/support J…
 
On this Kokayi interview, the moment he knew he wanted to be a rapper, why he’s the only rapper who MC’s freestyle in the jazz genre, his TedX talk and how he got the gig… Growing up in DC and his tempestuous relationship with his dad, dealing with being dropped from a label, dealing with friends in business (and why it’s not always easy), a health…
 
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