Renaud Louis-Servais interview - Fifty Plugged Guitars play Michel Legrand

This is the final result of the 50 Plugged Guitars project, an incredible project initiated by Renaud Louis-Servais whose aim was to play Michel Legrand's composition entitled "What are you doing the rest of your life?" by fifty electric guitarists. Fifty Plugged Guitars project video Renaud Louis-Servais interview Until the next interview, keep on playing

Renaud Louis-Servais interview - Fifty Plugged Guitars play Michel Legrand

On the last week-end of October the Fifty Plugged Guitars Project became a reality: 50 electric guitar players gathered in a concert hall to rehearse to play one piece of music composed my Michel Legrand "What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life?". This incredible project was initiated and lead by the French musician

Renaud Louis-Servais is one of the very best Fusion guitar player we have in France. He hast just released a new album called Epic Circus where he collaborated with none other than keyboard player Philippe Saisse and drummer Virgil Donati.

Renaud Louis-Servais was playing with his band at the Sunset in Paris for the launch of his new album Epic Circus. The Guitar Channel was there to shoot some video during the soundcheck. The full 14min video is shock full of cool guitar playing. Log on Backstage to watch Renaud rip it on his gorgeous Tom Anderson blue Drop Top.

Renaud website: renaud.ls.free.fr

Chronicle of the concert
The concert in the evening was awesome from start to finish. Period.

I am a big fan of the work of Tom Anderson as I think he builds with his team amongst the best superstrat of the market.

Rare Tina S. interview: teenager with millions of views on Eruption

Here's one of the rare interview of Tina S. You have most likely seen recently on YouTube the video shown below where Tina (@tina_s__) covers Eruption from Eddie Van Halen. One can only be impressed by her level of virtuosity, of course I would have liked to feel more fire, more passion in her performance but no doubt this will change in the future. At 14, her technical level is pretty amazing.