Jeff Beck made his name playing guitar for the Yardbirds, replacing Eric Clapton during the band's commercial peak. After he left in 1966 (leaving the group in the hands of another capable guitarist, Jimmy Page), he formed the Jeff Beck Group, which included Rod Stewart and Ron Wood. Since the '70s, Beck has experiments on solo albums that blend pop, rock, R&B and jazz. His fluid style has made him one of rock's all-time leading guitar players, as well as a popular collaborator (he participated in Robert Plant's Honeydrippers project in the '80s along with Page). Beck was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2009.
Frank Zappa Could Have Been President, Says Jeff Beck
British blues icon recalls how American artist “took a shine” to him and Ronnie Wood.
Dion's New Album to Feature Billy Gibbons, Jeff Beck and More
'Blues With Friends' also includes contributions by Bruce Springsteen and Paul Simon, with liner notes by Bob Dylan.
Hear Jeff Beck and Johnny Depp Cover John Lennon's 'Isolation'
Guitarist and actor have been working together a few years and chose song because of its timeliness.
When Clapton, Page, May and Jeff Beck Awkwardly Met the Queen
Queen Elizabeth II made headlines after a 2005 Buckingham Palace event when she failed to recognize four of rock's most famous guitarists.
Why Rod Stewart Hasn't Made Another Album With Jeff Beck
The rockers are unlikely to ever collaborate on another LP, despite their mutual respect for one another.
Watch Rod Stewart and Jeff Beck Reunite: Set List, Photos, Video
The former bandmates had a rare performance together at the Hollywood Bowl.
Jimmy Page Recalls the First Time He Met Jeff Beck
Guitarist recalls immediate bond, leading to a gift of the guitar that powered Led Zeppelin's first album.
Jeff Beck, Paul Rodgers, Ann Wilson Kick Off 'Stars Align' Tour
Vets take trip through rock's back pages on opening date of new tour.