Joe Satriani

For the last 50 years, a seminal part of Western popular music has been the guitar solo. And then there are outliers such
Sebastian Bach: "Good titles are a dime a dozen in rock 'n' roll. Try to find a better name for a band than Skid Row. It's like, 'Wow, that's such a good name.' It's like Coca-Cola."
It's a temporarily rainy early evening, late in the 48th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival in the Czech Republic and the partners of New York-based BorderLine Films -- Josh Mond, Antonio Campos and Sean Durkin -- are gathered in the lobby bar of the Grand Hotel Pupp.
Use the internet, spread the word, word of mouth. But in the long run, that's what it all comes down to, you have to play live. You never know who's going to be in that audience who knows somebody else, who knows somebody else, and one thing leads to another. You have to open up to that.
Steve Vai and Berklee are trying to set a record in Guinness by attempting to teach as many guitarists online as possible within a single lesson.
An interview with Johnny Lang, in which the guitarist discusses his preferred instrument, Cyndi Lauper, and Motown.
Sound designer Alan Parsons has long had a passion for the latest technologies. Alan took a moment to talk with me about his illustrious past that included his days at Abbey Road Studios through his latest technology-focused endeavor.
Joe Satriani's copyright infringement lawsuit against Coldplay has been settled, Satriani's rep tells Billboard. Last December
I would like to take the opportunity to claim that I wrote Coldplay's "Viva La Vida." Rather than waste any time haggling and trying to figure out who's actually right here, why don't we all just split the royalties?
Coldplay denies the charges. Coldplay may get served legal papers at this weekend's Grammy Awards. King says, "We have warned
Satriani's copyright infringement suit, filed on Thursday in Los Angeles federal court, claims the Coldplay song "Viva La