Ozzy Osbourne and Firewind guitarist Gus G tells Guitar Planet how he clawed his way from a Greek conservatory to the top of the metal world.
Orianthi gives us the low down on her new record ‘Heaven in This Hell’ as well as how she feels to be female in the music industry “I don’t think of myself as a girl when I am playing with the guys....
Legendary Eagles’ guitarist Don Felder talks to Guitar Planet about turning the turmoil of the past into the brilliant enlivening music of the present.
Eurythmics icon Dave Stewart talks us through an incredible couple of years. A strange twist of fate landed him in Nashville, and he reintroduced himself to the world as a classic guitarist and...
Guitar Planet sits down with Head of Guitar, John Wheatcroft, to discover if the Tech Music School holds the key to turning good guitarists into greats, and amateurs into professionals.
Lead guitarist and Rival Sons founder, Scott Holiday, lets us in on everything; from the real spirit of California and his hatred of the “classic rock” label to what it’s really like for a...
Kid Rock’s iconic axe man Kenny Olson is preparing to unleash his first solo LP, the Kenny Olson Cartel, and he stopped by GP to talk classic rock, genre blending, and life after Kid Rock.
On the back of his most successful year and ahead of his biggest headline date of his career, Frank Turner talks politics, guitars and banjos with Guitar Planet.
2010's Best New Talent and former Australia’s Got Talent winner Joe Robinson gives Guitar Planet the low down his new album and his transformation from an acoustic virtuoso to an electric band leader.
Guitar Planet caught up with the legendary Paul Gilbert at London’s Tech Music School and discussed everything from the Mr. Big reunion and guitar solos to Japanese food and Katy Perry.
The Rival Sons Interview: “There's an energy, and that energy isn't jangly or indie, it's visceral rock'n'roll”