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Issue #59 'Lzzy Hale'

THERE'S A STORM COMING…

Easily recognised for their slamming riffs and frontwoman Lzzy Hale’s dynamic soaring vocal performances, Halestorm has become one of the heaviest hitting bands in the American modern hard rock scene. The band released their fourth studio album, 'Vicious' back in July and we caught up with Lzzy and the Halestorm's lead guitarist, Joe Hottinger a for an exclusive live performance of two new tracks from the record—filmed at Handel & Hendrix in London—plus an in-depth interview on the creation of the new release which I hope your will enjoy.

We also hear from Goo Goo Dolls’ frontman John Rzeznik about his reflections on the classic multi-million selling release 'Dizzy Up the Girl' that is celebrating it’s 20th anniversary. With a career spanning thirty-two years (and counting), John kindly offered his thoughts on how the music industry has changed today, plus we take a closer look at Rzeznik's live rig for the European leg of the band’s current tour.

In this issue's Tech Session, Jamie Humphries pays tribute to the triple-guitar onslaught of New Wave of British Heavy Metal pioneers: Iron Maiden.  

Don’t forget all of our other exclusive lessons from Danny Gill, Sam Bell, Nick Jennison, Giorgio Serci, and Dan Le Gresley. Plus a whole host of the latest and best gear reviews from around the world of guitar.


THERE'S A STORM COMING…

Easily recognised for their slamming riffs and frontwoman Lzzy Hale’s dynamic soaring vocal performances, Halestorm has become one of the heaviest hitting bands in the American modern hard rock scene. The band released their fourth studio album, 'Vicious' back in July and we caught up with Lzzy and the Halestorm's lead guitarist, Joe Hottinger a for an exclusive live performance of two new tracks from the record—filmed at Handel & Hendrix in London—plus an in-depth interview on the creation of the new release which I hope your will enjoy.

We also hear from Goo Goo Dolls’ frontman John Rzeznik about his reflections on the classic multi-million selling release 'Dizzy Up the Girl' that is celebrating it’s 20th anniversary. With a career spanning thirty-two years (and counting), John kindly offered his thoughts on how the music industry has changed today, plus we take a closer look at Rzeznik's live rig for the European leg of the band’s current tour.

In this issue's Tech Session, Jamie Humphries pays tribute to the triple-guitar onslaught of New Wave of British Heavy Metal pioneers: Iron Maiden.  

Don’t forget all of our other exclusive lessons from Danny Gill, Sam Bell, Nick Jennison, Giorgio Serci, and Dan Le Gresley. Plus a whole host of the latest and best gear reviews from around the world of guitar.

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