Neil Young recently joined Conan O’Brien for an episode of his podcast, Conan O’Brien Needs a Friend. During the 50-minute conversation, the famed musician discussed recording his latest release Colorado, working with Crazy Horse, playing Gretsch guitars and a variety of other topics. “This is a record that took eleven straight days and nights,” said
For the magazine’s September issue, Guitar Player’s Jude Gold caught up with The Cult’s Billy Duffy to discuss the Aug. 30th re-release of Sonic Temple and supporting tour. “It's been 30 years since the Cult released Sonic Temple, their fourth album,” wrote Gold. “Powered by Billy Duffy's bigger-than Beethoven guitar themes and Ian Astbury's mystical,
In a recent interview with Matt Williams for National Music Centre, Whitehorse co-bandleader Luke Doucet revealed how his Gretsch White Falcon helped build and define his signature sound — described by Williams as "meticulously crafted" and having a "masterful crunch." The Toronto-based artist has been a devoted White Falcon player for around 15 years and
Richmond, Va.-based confessional songstress Lucy Dacus burst on the scene back in 2016 when her breakthrough album No Burden ignited a 20-plus label bidding war. With highly anticipated sophomore album Historian having dropped March 2 on Matador Records, Dacus headed south to Austin last week to debut her new tunes with a string of showcases
Ever wonder how to achieve that classic sound Scotty Moore made famous? Premier Guitar's John Bohlinger straps on a White Falcon, and breaks down the galloping techniques that will have you strumming like Elvis Presley's legendary guitarist in no time. Watch Bohlinger's step-by-step instruction below to easily master the I-IV-V cascading progression, complete with picking
Brooklyn-based indie folk rock trio the Lone Bellow started off 2015 with the release of sophomore album Then Came the Morning. Having written more than 40 songs while out on the road touring, the band teamed with the National guitarist Aaron Dessner on the recording effort, spending two weeks at Dreamland in upstate New York,
The Cult's legendary guitarist Billy Duffy sat down with Gretsch Guitars to talk about how he got into playing guitar with one of the world's biggest rock bands, and why Gretsch has been such an important part of that ride.
The Cult's Billy Duffy landed on the cover of July's Vintage Guitar, in which he talks about his trusty Gretsch White Falcon and his band's upcoming album, Choice of Weapon. Duffy reminisced about the first Gretsch he ever owned, a double-cutaway stereo 1970's White Falcon that he no longer has. "I had to sell that
Music photographers Henry Diltz and Joel Bernstein presented an exclusive collection of limited edition prints of legendary musician Neil Young in New York's Morrison Hotel Gallery on June 17. This exhibit is considered to be one of the best collections of Neil Young photographs ever presented, containing over 40 candid images of the music icon.
Revolver magazine's May/June issue includes an article on alt-rock legends Jane’s Addiction, accompanied by a photo of guitarist Dave Navarro in the studio playing a magnificent Gretsch White Falcon. Navarro and the Gretsch can be seen in action in the video below, filmed as the band hit the studio to record "End To The Lies".