My Mom just passed away. She was in excellent health, but was a very early adopter of the booster shot, and while COVID negative, suddenly developed multiple blood clots in her lungs. She loved music, and followed the comments from listeners, and attended some shows. She thought very highly of all the audience members she […]
Chick Corea was a pioneer in so many types of fusion, and an incredibly talented writer, improviser, and player. This photo was found by my friend, Jeff Watson. I am hanging out in the back next to David Grisman and Merv Griffin, while Chick and Herbie Hancock are sitting together in front. — Steve
I don’t really plan out my solos; it’s not really a solo if you do. – Steve Steve talked to Amit Sharma of Total Guitar about how he approaches soloing, tone, tension and technique, and the new Deep Purple album Whoosh! Check out the full interview here.
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This was the last show that I played before my son, Kevin, was born. Albert was always amazing, but the couple of shows that Eddie played with us really showed his raw talent and ability to adapt his style to the songs. My heart goes out to his family, and especially his son, as I
Some years back, I had the privilege of working with Lee Kerslake, Bob Daisley, and Jimmy Barnes. Lee was a naturally warm, friendly guy, while having so much talent. He was full of ideas for our original songs, as well. The project was called Living Loud, and is one of my favorite recordings. It’s described