This summer OurStage, Guitar Player magazine, and Ernie Ball teamed up to offer aspiring guitarists a chance to win the ultimate Grand Prize with the Guitar Player “Take The Lead” Competition. The judges are deliberating on a winner as we speak! The winner be featured in an upcoming edition of Guitar Player. While you wait for the big news, here’s some exclusive editorial content fresh from guitarplayer.com”enjoy.
“When I was a little kid, I was just consumed by the fact that Tommy Bolin was all over the map,” says producer Greg Hampton, who recently partnered with Warren Haynes to release the labor of love, Tommy Bolin and Friends: Great Gypsy Soul [Samson/429 Records]. “He was incredibly diverse musically, and that’s what attracted me to him. He became a huge influence on me.”
Published by Michael Molenda, Guitar Player magazine
Live in Canada? Check. Want to be a superstar? Check. Have a song entered into the Intel® “Canada Superstars” Competition? ¦ wait, you haven’t entered yet? Well, considering that there are only FOUR days left to enter, friend, you might want to get on that asap. We’ve got five, genre-specific channels open for superstar hopefuls such as yourself, including country, electronica, francophone, pop, rock, singer-songwriter, and urban. The top artist from each channel will win an incredible prize package, stacked with Fender Guitars, Casio Keyboards, Intel® Notebooks, Pro-Tools, and more. The Top 20 artists in each channel will automatically enter the final round and compete for the Grand Prize. So, get on it.
OurStage, Guitar Player magazine, and Ernie Ball are teaming up this summer to offer aspiring guitarists a chance to win the ultimate Grand Prize, and there’s only one day left to enter! Enter the Guitar Player “Take The Lead” Competition by August 17 for your shot to win your very own feature in Guitar Player magazine, and a year’s supply of strings and accessories from Ernie Ball! Throughout the competition, we’ll be bringing you exclusive editorial content fresh from guitarplayer.com”enjoy!
It kind of sounds like atmospheric rockabilly, but that doesn’t account for the strains of tango, 1920’s jazz, and Weimar Republic cabaret that Carver Combo bandleader Peter Murphy (not the Bauhaus lead singer) cites as his band’s influences. In any case, the broad musical spectrum of the Stockholm, Sweden group definitely keeps its guitarist Staffan Johansson on his toes. But rather than attack Carver Combo’s stylistic Smí¶rgí¥stí¥rta with multi-textural orchestrations, Johansson embraces savvy dashes of minimalism to punctuate the music’s ebb and flow.
OurStage, Guitar Player magazine, and Ernie Ball are teaming up this summer to offer aspiring guitarists a chance to win the ultimate Grand Prize. Enter the Guitar Player “Take The Lead” Competition by August 17 for your shot to win your very own feature in Guitar Player magazine, a year’s supply of strings and accessories from Ernie Ball, and more! Throughout the competition, we’ll be bringing you exclusive editorial content fresh from guitarplayer.com”enjoy!
“When Carolyn Wonderland took the stage at Yoshi’s in Oakland, California, the crowd didn’t know exactly what to make of her at first. She appeared somewhat shy and unassuming, armed with a Tele, a lap-steel, and a tiny Fender combo. As the band went into the opener, the first thing listeners were struck by was her singing voice, an amazing instrument unto itself, with uncommon power, dynamics, and range. Comparisons to Janis Joplin are inevitable, but Wonderland possesses a purity of tone that is all her own.”
Published by Matt Blackett, Guitar Player Magazine
Tr3s and OurStage have come together in the past to give Latin artists a chance to prove that they are worthy of superstar status. This August, another OurStage artist will rise above all others to be crowned El Headliner when they win the “Tr3s Latin Music Channel” Competition!
Latin artists need to submit their best track into the Tr3s Latin Music Channel by August 23rd for a shot at the crown. The winner of the competition will receive exposure fit for pop royalty: online coverage on Tr3s.com through Music Muy Güey, Descubre & Download, and Blogamole as well as TV coverage on Tr3s. With 6.1 million viewers tuning their televisions to Tr3s and millions more checking out music online, what do you have to lose? If you think you’ve got what it takes to be El Headliner, then enter today!
This month, we’ve seen dubstep duo Circuit Assasins take on alt-rockers DIVE in the ESPN “Main Event” Competition, but only one group can have their music featured on ESPN’s Friday Night Fights. The winning act will also compete with past “Main Event” winners to have their song featured on FNF‘s “Images of the Year.” With the competition coming to a close, these guys need your votes now more than ever! Head over to our Facebook page and cast your votes now” voting ends this Tuesday, July 31.
Eight of the nations’ “coldest” MC’s”as selected by YOU, the fans”are about to get their moment in the spotlight, and we’ve got your exclusive access right here. Beginning Thursday July 26 at 8:00pm EST, the Coors Light® “Search For the Coldest” Competition Finale will be streaming live from searchforthecoldest.com. You can catch performances from the competition finalists, Ice Cube, Fabolous, and DJ Drama during the event, which will be hosted by Cipha Sounds and Peter Rosenberg from New York City’s Hot 97. Tune in and catch all the action from the hottest seat in the house.
Haven’t you just been dying to hear that one killer solo that will melt your face like that scene from Indiana Jones? So have we! Which is why we want you to help us decide who, among our many talented OurStage shredders, should win the Guitar Player “Take The Lead” Competition. You have the power to help us discover the next Stevie Ray Vaughn, Joe Satriani, or Yngwie Malmsteen to be featured in an issue of Guitar Player magazine and win a year’s supply of Ernie Ball guitar strings. All you have to do is click here to start judging. Just make sure you mop up your face after you’re done… and maybe see a doctor (Jones, that is).