You know you want to watch 9 year old Japanese kid Yuto Miyazawa play guitar on “Crazy Train” with Ozzy Osbourne.
Yesterday the Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office ruled that Michael Jackson’s death was a homicide.
NO. Seriously. I like techno, and I’m sick of taking your crap about it. There’s this bias against techno that personally, I think is bullsquid. Yes, so maybe many of the people that like techno are EuroTrash Ed Hardy wearing douchebags. But honestly, without Techno…
Roxanne Shante made it big by becoming one of the first female Hip-hop stars to burst onto the scene after her 1984 single “Roxanne’s Revenge” sold 250,000 copies in NYC alone. However, Roxanne spotlight didn’t shine for too long.
Here are my choices for top 5 badass guitars and the players who loved them. Enjoy. 5. Randy Rhoads – Jackson V Granted Rhoads burst onto the scene playing a Gibson Les Paul Custom in the early days, he made the Jackson V popular.