Jeff Beck

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Top 5 Jeff Beck Deep Cuts, As Chosen by Carter Alan

In honor of Jeff Beck’s 71st birthday this week, Carter Alan decided to count down his top five favorite deep cuts from the legendary guitar player.


Drummer Keith Moon (1947 - 1978), of British rock group The Who, in a radio studio at Broadcasting House, London, 12th July 1973. Moon is recording skits to play between songs while filling in for disc jockey John Peel on BBC Radio 1's 'Top Gear' programme. (Photo by Jack Kay/Daily Express/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Remember That Time Keith Moon Joined Led Zeppelin On Stage?

Thank goodness for the person who filmed it.


Jeff Beck's hands on a Gibson Les Paul guitar (Larry Busacca/Getty Images)

Happy 100th Les Paul: 5 Classic Albums with a Les Paul on the Cover

Lots of legendary six-stringers have rocked a Gibson Les Paul. Some have put them on their album covers.


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Carter Alan Previews Record Store Day Releases From Robert Plant, Jimi Hendrix and More

Record Store Day is this Saturday. Here’s Carter Alan to preview the most exciting classic rock and blues records to find this weekend.


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Carter Alan’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Diary: March 30 in Classic Rock History

Happy birthday to Guitar god Eric Clapton! What was the original name of his Derek & the Dominos?


30th October 1972:  Rod Stewart singing at a Faces concert during a music festival at Wembley Stadium, London.  (Photo by P. Felix/Express/Getty Images)

A to Z: “I Ain’t Superstitious” (I Just Have Terrible Stage Fright) by Jeff Beck Group

In 1968, Jeff Beck, Rod Stewart, Ronnie Wood and Micky Waller released the album “Truth” as the ‘Jeff Beck Group’. While you’d never guess it now, Rod Stewart had TERRIBLE stage fright back then.


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Sharing Songs in Rock

43 years ago, David Bowie wrote “All the Young Dudes” for Mott the Hoople. Here are 5 other artists who have written songs for someone else.


Phil Lesh of Furthur performs on day 2 of the Lockn' Festival at Oak Ridge Farm on Friday September 6, 2013 in Arrington Virginia. (Photo by John Davisson/Invision/AP)

Carter Alan’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Diary: March 15 in Classic Rock History

Happy birthday to Phil Lesh, bassist of the Grateful Dead. Bass wasn’t his first instrument, though; what did he play to begin his professional career?


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Carter Alan’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Diary: March 10 in Classic Rock History

Rush played the Orpheum on this night in 1978. What album had they most recently released and what minor American hit single came from it?


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Watch Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page, Steve Winwood & More in the A.R.M.S. Benefit Concert 1983

The first of what became a series of benefit concerts for MS was held today (Sept. 20) in 1983. Watch the full video of the show here.