Guitar Interactive | Issue 100 | Kenny Wayne Shepherd | Black Stone Cherry
Erupting onto the early-'90s scene with his burn-it-down guitar solos and gut-punch songcraft—30 years on, Kenny Wayne Shepherd has become is even more magnetic, still pushing his Fender Strat where others fear to fret. Guitar Interactive Magazine's Jonathan Graham sits down with the Louisiana gunslinger aboard Joe Bonamassa's world-famous floating blues-rock party at sea: Keeping the Blues Alive At Sea to discuss his brand new album 'Dirt On My Diamonds Volume 1' and much more.
Proud Kentucky rockers Black Stone Cherry emerge from a challenging few years with a behemoth of an album, 'Screamin’ At The Sky' (Mascot Records/Mascot Label Group), out now worldwide. The four-piece's eighth studio release explodes with urgently emotive pop-rock hooks, heartfelt, redemptive lyrics, headbanging riffs and powerful dynamics that demand to be heard. Gi sits down with the band's founding members, Chris Robertson and Ben Wells, to discuss the new album on launch day and much more.
Connor Thomas delivers an incredible Tech Session this issue, breaking down the various elements of one of the world's most accomplished acoustic guitar players, Tommy Emmanuel.
If that's not enough, Join us as we celebrate 100 issues of Guitar Interactive Magazine and talk with Gi's owner and publisher, Kim Waller and early contributor, Andy James.
As usual, with every issue, we have a whole host of the latest and best gear reviews from around the world of guitar, with our team of world-class gear reviewers offering their unique insight, expertise, and personality, which as always, I hope you will enjoy. However, if that's still not enough, don't forget all of our exclusive lessons from, Sam Bell, Andy Wood Nick Jennison & Giorgio Serci.