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"We like trying to expand the horizons of what we do and what people can expect from our genre"
Run-DMC and Robert Palmer guitarist shares his session lessons
"I love it when bands have a core foundation but they take a really surprising left turn"
"We're hungry and we've got our ear to the street"
"We do act a little differently than a lot of bands"
"I love albums, but I think there's just as much worth in a great three-minute single"
"Know all you can. There's no upside to being uninformed"
The Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll star on the music that shaped his soul
Revolutionary new heat-activated, contoured stick debuts at NAMM
"Music has no limits. There's no set way to do it, and there's no rule that can't be broken"
"My mantra became, 'I'm going to learn three chords and make them sound like God is playing them'"
"Whatever you do, try to make it fun"
"Rock was what I loved… Rock and metal, and hey, even hair metal – those bands had some great players."
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