He's played Gibsons his whole career but Alice In Chains' Jerry Cantrell was only recently named as an official endorsee with a signature model sure to follow. When he sat down with the company's Cesar Gueikian to talk golf, his ranch, riffs and guitars, he also revealed some 2020 musical plans – namely a new solo work.
"There's gonna be some cool things happening this year," he confirmed to Gibson TV as he revealed Alice In Chains were taking a break in 2020. "We we gonna take a year off so I thought maybe do some shows and work on some music as well.
"There's gonna be some exciting things. I don't want to say just yet what's happening but I can tell you there's going to be some cool shit happening this year."
Cantrell played two shows in La late last year with a band including Marilyn Manson collaborator Tyler Bates. The duo worked together on the song A Job To Do for the John Wick 2 soundtrack in 2017.
His last solo album was 2002's Degradation Trip, reissued later that year in its intended expanded double disc format.