Legends of Rock GuitarSunday, December 17th, 2017 at 9:57am
Joerg Pasler Interviewed him once for a Portrait in my all instrumental electric guitar music radio show 'Mad for Scales'; still a nice old hippie and musically in the 'neoclassical' context far more Musical then Yngwie , &&&&&
Jürgen Pettke Scorpion's live album "Tokyo Tapes" with him is epic!
Legends of Rock GuitarSunday, December 17th, 2017 at 6:43am
Chuck Mahoney Lots of recordings were done with a Pignose back in the day.
Tom Guerra Years ago, I put one of them in a dryer with an SM57 and got a great, garage tone...
Chris Hermon Troy Sansare, here's your mini kit.
Sean O'Connell Band in a brief case next ????
Rik Waltz Might want to plug it in 1st!😆🎸🤘
Paul Denman Ultimate portability !!!
Phil Bergevin 😂😂😭😭😭
Albert Ramirez SWEET !!
Janez Šenk Grega Zupan a tole ubodeva 😂
Little Dave Rob R
Randy Vickerman Shannon-Marie Visnaw
Maciek Bulski Hejber
Legends of Rock GuitarSaturday, December 16th, 2017 at 7:31pm
Jonathan Ho Hoi Ngai Hawking should play this guitar🔥
Joe Pearce It makes me feel slightly sick
Little Dave Michael Laidler take it les paul didnt design this!
Jack Cosper Not that pretty a sight.
Andrew Powter It's missing a Bigsby!
Charles Carr funky..
Don Gero The 335 Strat.
Jim Konopka Lmao
Richard Greene OY!!!!!
Martín Villa David Villarreal para navidad
Samir Ait Iftene Chris Lai ✌️
Pamela Mays Decker Shane Rollo
Greg Donald Gary Wallace
Phil Bergevin Alex Dee-Gee Julien Lamarre Dominique Godin
James Roblin Cock eyed there Skippy !
Legends of Rock GuitarSaturday, December 16th, 2017 at 10:58am
Sean O'Connell Yes & with the name Gibbons there's a Irish heritage which lends itself to the blues as a result of the " Great Hunger " & immigration from Ireland Ha Ha.
Les Wolfe Hbd but never have gotten ZZ Top nor billy gibbons notoriety.
Wayne Cahours That means the show is over and he's ready to get gone.
Rory Green Luke Neville he's just the coolest person 😂
Little Dave Michael Laidler would he look down on mike with his tattoos?
Dennis Lackey Have Mercy
Jim Konopka What a boss..
Yiorgos Mpelo Μεγάλε Μπίλυ τσιλουμιστή....
Katie Brown Flannery Happy birthday Mr Gibbons
Neal Crosby Happy birthday rev!!!
Ron Jinks Probably a spleaf
John Ford Happy birthday Billy !!
John Ball Happy birthday !
Alan Lancashire Cool pic.
Legends of Rock Guitar shared The College of Rock and Roll Knowledge's post.Saturday, December 16th, 2017 at 8:09am
Rick Duncan Check out Neil Young's "Comes A Time" - although technically a Neil Young album, Nicolette is featured prominently on most of the tracks. It's sublime.
Ron Jolly According to Wikipedia: Larson died on December 16, 1997, in Los Angeles, California, as a result of complications arising from cerebral edema triggered by liver failure. According to Astrid Young, her friend and Neil Young's half-sister, Larson had been showing symptoms of depression, and her fatal seizure "was in no small way related to her chronic use of Valium and Tylenol PM".
Karen Pritchard D'Ambroso She was so sweet. I ran into her in the ladies bathroom when she on a break from her performance at the Belly Up in Solana Beach California. She talked to me as we were washing our hands. She wrote an album of lullabies for her daughter that I have given as a baby gift to all the new babies in the family.
Linda Leeb I know this is a little off topic, but it's kind of a pet peeve. Can we say "died" instead of "passed"? Can we please avoid euphemisms? Thanks.
Gloria Weeks I was just listening to Neil Young last night and I thought of you Waldo. It would have been fun to kick it with you back then. Good times
Walter Moreland She played my club in the late eighties,,I sat with her during dinner,,she was a very nice person with a sharp wit...it was a pleasure to meet her.
Vicki Evjen First, I loved her music. I saw her perform at the height of her career and she was so drunk she could barely stand. Liver failure.
Rob Mitchell Had the very good fortune to introduce her at an outdoor festival in 85. We sat together AND watched a few acts before HER set..a REAL sweetheart. RIP NL
Wayne Chimento Wonderful singer and fun performer. Saw her live at The Bottom Line in NYC when was touring to promote her debut album.
Robert Rex Jackson Eddie Van Halen was famously credited as, "?" on her debut album. She sang on "Could This Be Magic" from Van Halen's, 'Women and Children First' album. Van Halen even covered her big hit...sort of. 😉 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SXtPC8P1jtI
Zoe MaryAnn Tozzi I thought this was a picture of Melissa Gilbert at first
Shane G. Beckwith I’m still in love with her! Miss you honey!
Tom Heller I like the song Eddie Van Halen played on....”Can’t get away fro you”
Donald Metschke A lovely Kansas City girl.....
Steve Tyke Allen I think she did some work with Little Feat....
Stan Willis How did she pass away? I did not remember her passing.
Randy Cochran A great voice too soon silenced.
Debbie Jo Wilke I had heard from somebody that she died of cervical cancer....😓
Vince Garcia She sang backup on Van Halen's "Could This be Magic?".
Don Menefee Really sad loss. I remember when her debut album came out I was smitten for sure. RIP Nicole!
Randall Ainsworth The first song I learned to play start-to-finish on guitar was her version of Angels Rejoiced.
Scott Russell It was the first time I cried for someone I never met 🙁
Allen McKinney Amazing talent gone too soon.
Laura Elmore Colling Saw her at The Roxy in Hollywood in 1978. She was wonderful.
Jeanne Hodgson Garfunkel One of my favorites, for sure.
Legends of Rock GuitarFriday, December 15th, 2017 at 5:32pm
Adam Covington Fantastic.
Liz Stepien Love Sammy!