In the past, Deep Purple often looked no further than each other when it came to selecting a producer.
But for their forthcoming studio effort, guitarist Steve Morse and company have recruited someone with an impressive resume: Bob Ezrin, best known for his work with Kiss, Alice Cooper and Pink Floyd, among many other legendary rock bands.
Since about 2005, Jackson Browne has been no stranger to the solo acoustic format, not only hitting the road for guitar/piano shows but also releasing two stripped-down concert collections of fresh and familiar material.
This summer, Browne will launch his latest solo acoustic tour, and the 20-date trek is scheduled to begin July 14 in Charlotte, N.C. and wind up Aug. 15 in Cleveland Heights, Ohio.
Ever since he hit it big with Guns N' Roses, Slash has often praised Aerosmith, Led Zeppelin and other hard-rock bands not only for their music but for their impact on his guitar playing. Starting April 12, Slash will once again revisit his musical roots — only this time, he will do so as part of a six-episode series airing on the United Kingdom's BBC Radio 2.
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