When Texas rocker Alejandro Escovedo stopped by the Guild Lounge, he performed a pair of tracks off 2012′s Big Station. Watch “San Antonio Rain” and “Man of the World” below.
The 2013 MerleFest in Wilkesboro, N.C., took place on April 25-28 and featured a lineup that brought out the stars of Americana and roots music.
Performers included the Avett Brothers, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Leon Russell, The Charlie Daniels Band, Gov’t Mule, Russell Moore & IIIrd Tyme Out, American Legacies: The Del McCoury Band and Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Steep Canyon Rangers, Rhonda Vincent & The Rage, Sam Bush, Jerry Douglas and Patrick Sweany, who is featured in the image above.
Guild guitars were also on site at Wilkes Community College, where the Guild Airstream provided a spot for attendees to try out some acoustic models.
When Soundgarden stopped by the Wiltern Theater in Los Angeles earlier this year, they brought out several fresh tracks from their 2013 album King Animal and a slew of hits from their storied career.
For those that weren’t in attendance, Metal Assault was luckily there, and the news outlet has since posted video of the grunge icons performing one of their biggest songs, “Black Hole Sun.”
Enjoy the video below and visit Soundgarden’s official Facebook page for a full list of tour dates.
Kansas-based six-piece band Quiet Corral brought out some incredible harmonies on this version of “Where the River Ends” when they stopped by the Guild Lounge.
Check out their performance below and visit Quiet Corral’s official Facebook page to keep up with the guys.
Flatpick guitarist Bob Minner, who is currently touring with country artist Tim McGraw, recently sat with Guild to chat about how he got into playing guitar and what he thinks about the new Orpheum Mahogany 12-Fret Slope Shoulder Dreadnought.
Check out the interview below.
Doyle Bramhall II has been on tour with Eric Clapton’s band on a series of dates throughout the United States and Europe this year, and that road recently ran through New York for Clapton’s Crossroads Guitar Festival.
Bramhall actually took the stage for a solo performance on a Guild 12-string guitar, which he played upside down.
The Guild Showcase at the 2013 NAMM Show was featured by Skinny Music TV, where host Andrew Garza sat with Guild’s Mike Lewis to talk about the brand’s new electric models.
Watch the clip below.
When Sublime with Rome singer Rome Ramirez stopped by the Guild Lounge, he played an acoustic version of his song “Oz of Love” from his 2012 debut EP Dedication.
Check out the performance below and visit Rome’s official website for more information.
The fingerstyle legend played “A Call to Freedom,” and then was joined by son Caleb on “Bridging the Gap.”
Watch both after the jump and visit his official website for more information.
Chloe Charles recently released her debut full-length album Break the Balance in North America, and she celebrated with a show at the Revival Bar in Toronto.
Luckily for those who couldn’t be in attendance, video from the event can be seen below.
Click here to watch Charles’ latest music video for the song “Find Her Way” and visit her official website for more information.