Portland, Oregon based indie-rockers Portugal. The Man performed their hit song “Feel It Still,” off latest album Woodstock this past Sunday during the 2017 American Music Awards. As the performance kicked off, a message appeared on the screen behind the band that read “no computers up here, just live instruments.” Although that message likely ruffled
Gretsch celebrates the legendary and pioneering tone of Grammy award winner, Rock and Roll Hall of Famer and Musicians Hall of Fame member Duane Eddy with the new G6120 Duane Eddy Signature Limited Edition Hollow Body with Bigsby® models. Enjoy classic styling and full, resonate sound with these single-cutaway beauties that combine modern Gretsch upgrades
Guitarist Steve Hunter, aka the Deacon, brought the blues to the Gretsch booth during the 2016 NAMM Show in Anaheim , Calif. Steve Hunter in the Gretsch BoothCheck out this quick clip of guitarist Steve Hunter in the Gretsch booth ... #falcon #NAMMPosted by Gretsch Guitars on Sunday, January 24, 2016
The new Gretsch Players Edition is designed to provide ultimate stability, maximum comfort and powerful sound, resulting in a line of workhorse guitars meant to be played throughout the entire set—every song, every night. Here are 10 new features behind these professional-grade instruments: Thinner bodies – 2.25” Thinner bodies provide greater comfort during long sets,
The Dead Weather dropped a new video for "I Feel Love (Every Million Miles)" featuring an explosive live performance from the supergroup made up of Jack White, Alison Mosshart, Dean Fertita and Jack Lawrence. The black-and-white clip was shot at Third Man Records and edited by Brad Holland and Jack White. "I Feel Love (Every Million
With a new single out called “Hangover Tonight” burning up the airwaves, it was exciting to see Gary Allan take the main stage at the Country Summer music festival in Santa Rosa, Calif., on Friday evening. And while he did play that new Motown-influenced gem, Allan also delivered a slew of hits, entrancing a fiery
In the video clip below, rockabilly hero and Gretsch guitar icon Brian Setzer describes his love affair with the legendary brand, and how Gretsch just had the sound he was looking for. "It was just that sound in between a Gibson and a Fender," said Setzer. "The Gretsch was kind of right in the middle
Not to boast too much, but we think Gretsch guitars are pretty darn gorgeous. See some of the latest beauties in this quick video tour of the Gretsch Booth at the 2014 NAMM Show. Also, check out our photo gallery on Facebook featuring more Gretsch guitars and a few of our Gretsch artists.