Rolling Stone has just put out their Top 100 Guitarists of all time list.
Here are the Top 5:
Stevie Ray Vaughan doesn't even show up in the Top 10?!?!
See the complete list HERE:
2012 marks the 50th anniversary of the Rolling Stones and there are rumors that the band will commemorate this historic event with a HUGE tour! But, what are the band members saying?
Mick Jagger, remains undecided. When asked if there will be a tour, he says, "I've no idea. We don't really get together that much as a group."
Keith Richards is ready to go, saying, "I dream of it."
Charlie Watts, the oldest member of the band says, "I would like to think we'd do a tour. If we don't, we don't. I mean, I've felt like that for the last 50 years. It's never bothered me if the Rolling Stones stopped tomorrow."
And Ronnie Wood says, "I'm ready for action next year just in case... 50 years! It's got to be done."
Here's a GREAT moment some will remember, The Stones at the Cotton Bowl in '81!!!
If you're a fan of Tom Petty, keep an eye out for the live limited-edition vinyl album he's releasing on November 25th in support of Back to Black Friday Record Store Day. Only 5000 copies of Kiss My Amps (Live) will be available at independent retailers, and each one will be individually numbered.
Kiss My Amps (Live) track listing:
According to Joe Walsh - who's currently on a solo tour - plans our already being made for next year's Eagles tour in celebration of their 40th anniversary! Let's hope a tour stop in the Metroplex happens!! If it does, you'll hear about it FIRST on Lone Star!
Here's a flashback to the Eagles most recent stop in Dallas....
Album is in stores as of today!!!
Jimmy Page posted a rare video clip of the band performing in Dallas on August 31st, 1969 at the Texas Pop Festival. Not the best quality in the world, but you get the idea.
If you haven't checked out Jimmy's recently launched page, check it out HERE!
It's only August, but we can DREAM about cooler temps and Santa, can't we?! Add this to your Christmas list; Eric Clapton's Clapton Blues is a five vinyl disc set containing 1994's From the Cradle, 2000's collaboration with B.B. King, Riding With the King, and 2004's tribute to the legendary Delta blues musician Robert Johnson, Me and Mr. Johnson.
Be ready to raid the piggy bank as the set will set you back about 125.00 bucks, but it will come with an exclusive lithograph of the cover photo of Clapton. A limited-edition version pressed on blue vinyl will be available only from Clapton's website!
Stevie Nicks plays Verizon Theater tonight - few tickets left. Here's her set list from last night's opening show on her tour:
Stevie Nicks' opening night set list:
1) Stand Back
2) Annabel Lee
5) Moonlight (A Vampire's Dream)
6) Gold Dust Woman
7) Ghosts Are Gone
8) Soldier's Angel
9) In Your Dreams
11) For What It's Worth (not the Buffalo Springfield song)
12) Secret Love
13) Leather and Lace
14) Edge of Seventeen
15) Love Is