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Beyonce becomes the biggest Grammy winner in history

Beyonce becomes the biggest Grammy winner in history

The pop superstar, 41, made history as she won the best dance/electronic music album award for her house music-sampling album Renaissance. Beyonce has become the most decorated Grammy artist of all time, collecting her 32nd trophy at this year’s c...
Christine McVie of Fleetwood Mac dead at 79

Christine McVie of Fleetwood Mac dead at 79

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Stratocaster: The Sword of the Gods

Stratocaster: The Sword of the Gods

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Bruce Springsteen returns in November with album of soul versions

Bruce Springsteen returns in November with album of soul versions

"I decided to do something I had never done before: music that is based on challenging my voice", presents Boss Bruce Springsteen will release a new album this year. Titled “Only the Strong Survive...

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Stratocaster: The Sword of the Gods

Stratocaster: The Sword of the Gods

Since its origins in the 1950s, Rock n' Roll has always been a symbol of youthful rebellion, marked by its wild rhythm and dance, always well arranged with saxophone, piano and even guitar solos, which, if not for names like CARL PERKINS or CHUCK B...

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Robert Plant recalls the moment he knew Led Zeppelin would be successful

Robert Plant recalls the moment he knew Led Zeppelin would be successful

The Yardbirds were formed in 1962, as were the Rolling Stones, and like them, they were one of the main promoters of the blues in England. With a sound influenced by Chicago blues, the group mixed e...

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David Guilmour
It's a magical thing, the guitar. It allows you to be the whole band in one, to play rhythm and melody, sing over the top. And as an instrument for solos, you can bend notes, draw emotional content out of tiny movements, vibratos and tonal things which even a piano can't do. David Gilmour