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.
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.
Jeff Beck, Paul Rodgers, Ann Wilson Tour: A Tale of the Tape
The Stars Align for a guitar great and two classic singers as they brave the summer heat. We take measure of these mighty road warriors.
Listen to Keith Richards and Jeff Beck Guest With Buddy Guy
The guitar greats appear on a song called "Cognac" about mowing the lawn. Kidding. It's about drinking.
'Still on the Run: The Jeff Beck Story': DVD Review
We review a new documentary about legendary guitarist Jeff Beck.
Jeff Beck Reflects on Early Rivalry With Eric Clapton
Two guitar legends walk into a room ...