If you haven't heard of Andy McKee, take a couple of minutes and prepare yourself for a treat.
(His playing style would probably have Segovia spinning in his grave ! )
Driftin' - http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=Ddn4MGaS3N4
(While you're there, check out the number of views! )
To see him playing a harp guitar (Combination guitar and bass)
Into the Ocean: http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=Cvar4ZsqsEo
Seen him before - he is awesome.
I tried to play the guitar once lol - After seeing the John Butler trio live - I gave up and sold it
John Butler is amazing. I've been to a couple of his sessions when he was playing in pubs down here before he got famous!
And I could say that I have been playing guitar for about 25 years.
But It's actually more like 1 years experience 25 times
I'd play like mad for weeks, then not touch it for months - and have to relearn everything again.
My own version of groundhog day for the guitar.
I was lucky enough to see them a few years ago in the states. They were completely unknown there. One of my Aussie buddies said "You have to see these guys" and I saw them in a small club with maybe 100 people in it. Amazing.
by Kaili Bisson5 years ago
Living or deceased. Certain names come to mind right away...Jimmy Page, Jimi Hendrix, Eddie Van Halen, Eric Clapton...what about Richard Thompson? Let me know what you think and why.
by jrbassman7128 years ago
It's too subjective. There's also a multitude of criteria to consider. I can pretty much guarantee any pop musicians would not be on my list, however. I have yet to hear a phenomenal musician in either the pop or alt....
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