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Paul Gilbert Returns with New Album, ‘Behold Electric Guitar’

Paul Gilbert Returns with New Album, ‘Behold Electric Guitar’

Paul Gilbert has announced a new album, Behold Electric Guitar. Gilbert is releasing the album—his first solo disc since 2015’s I Can Destroy—through PledgeMusic. It is set for release this September. “This is my first venture with PledgeMusic, and it is likely to evolve as the journey continues,” Gilbert said in a statement. “So check back often, to see what is happening. ... »

‘Guitar Workshop Plus’ Announces 2018 Program Featuring Paul Gilbert, Tosin Abasi and Others

‘Guitar Workshop Plus’ Announces 2018 Program Featuring Paul Gilbert, Tosin Abasi and Others

Guitar Workshop Plus has announced its 2018 program with yet another incredible artist lineup, including rock virtuosos Paul Gilbert (Mr. Big, Racer X), Tosin Abasi (Animals as Leaders) and Nita Strauss (Alice Cooper). Also included is blues veteran Duke Robillard (Roomful of Blues, Fabulous Thunderbirds), bassist Rhonda Smith (Jeff Beck, Prince), country legend Albert Lee (Eric Clapton, Emmylou H... »

Paul Gilbert - Silence Followed by a Deafening Roar

Paul Gilbert – Silence Followed by a Deafening Roar

In 2006, guitarist Paul Gilbert released his first all-instrumental album – Get Out Of My Yard. For many of the shred pioneer’s fans, this was the album they had been waiting for for years. Get Out Of My Yard was a fantastic, well-received recording that proved Gilbert could hang in there, both as player and a writer, with the biggest names on the instrumental rock guitar scene (Satria... »

Paul Gilbert - Get Out Of My Yard

Paul Gilbert – Get Out Of My Yard

Guitar geeks like myself have been longing for an instrumental album from Paul Gilbert for a long time. He’s recorded instrumentals before; on Racer X albums, his solo albums, and some side projects. But he’s finally released a full length, all-instrumental guitar album, and it’s well worth the wait. Get Out Of My Yard features a diverse set of songs. I expected most of the songs... »

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