Earlier this year, on March 26, several rockers joined forces for the Rock Against MS concert at the Whisky A Go-Go in California to raise funds to battle the debilitating disease. From performances by Robby Krieger of The Doors fame to Lita Ford and Cherie Currie, Bruce Kulick, Steve Stevens from Billy Idol’s band and Stephen Perkins of Jane’s Addition – the star-studded benefit show was a huge success.
These are busy times in the Rob Zombie camp. The band is getting ready for more touring, the release of their 'Zombie Horror Picture Show' DVD and companion book, and yes, they've somehow found time to start work on a new album.
These guitarists have taken a classic rock 'n' roll style and revved it up into a distinct heavy metal style. AC/DC's Angus Young is one of the most purely powerful guitarists in history. As one of the greatest riff masters of all time, Angus plows through iconic tracks like 'Let There Be Rock,' 'Thunderstruck' and 'Back in Black' with a youthful exuberance that he still maintains to this day.
While guitar great John 5 gears up for the May 8 release of his latest solo effort, ‘God Told Me To,’ in addition to kicking off a new tour with Rob Zombie on May 11, we asked him to count down the five most influential guitar players who inspired him throughout his career.
With a movie, new album and a co-headlining tour with Megadeth already on the books for 2012, you would think Rob Zombie would be stressed out. However, guitarist John 5 says that despite his busy workload, working with Zombie has never been better.
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