Throughout his 40+ year career, Steve Vai has transformed the world of instrumental guitar, something that would seem to be nearly impossible, into a very successful career. From his early beginnings with Frank Zappa’s to his work with the ever-flamboyant David Lee Roth, then back to his exploratory solo work, Steve has continually challenged traditional guitar playing and composition into a mind-altering experience. He has revolutionized guitar playing and has influenced legions of fans and guitarists along the way, something he is very humbled by.
If you’re in London today (February 28th)… “Unbroken” will be re-recorded with members of a British military veterans’ choir and Prince Harry at the famed Abbey Road Studios.
Over 50 years on, Ian Anderson and Jethro Tull continue perform some 70 to 100 shows each year around the world. Anderson’s energy and enthusiasm for his music still makes Jethro Tull concerts an experience to savour.
The album showcases the band’s musical and lyrical growth and is destined to become an instant classic in the band’s impressive catalog.
This will be a bad ass tour. We’ve been talking about touring with The Wildhearts since the early 2000s. Finally it happens! If you don’t like loud guitars, great songs, amazing riffs and High energy Rock N’ Roll music
We wrote a whole album two years ago and we scrapped the lot, everything – because we listened back to it and we thought, this isn’t us
I personally think that there’s a Wildhearts size hole in the world of music right now. There’s a lot of bands I used to love that aren’t there anymore.
No one really wants to get back at the drugs again. And the music’s become more as important as I liked it to have been back in the day. But it kind of wasn’t because of our age and you can’t do stupid things at some point in your life so you better do it when you’re young.
It’s a life achievement. It is a religion of vision. What else can we say? A piece of art, it’s a seventh wonder of the world.