Ask MusicRadar: submit your questions for Joe Satriani

Joe Satriani live in India. © Manjunath Kiran/epa/Corbis

Joe Satriani's upcoming release, Black Swans And Wormhole Wizards, ranks with his greatest of works. An absorbing, enthralling and altogether mind-blowing artistic statement by one of rock's most gifted instrumentalists, it's sure to thrill music fans across the globe. (Be sure to check out MusicRadar's exclusive album preview, with commentary by Satch himself and streaming audio of his newest single Light Years Away, just to get yourself up to speed.)

And guess what? In a little over a week, Joe Satriani is sitting down with MusicRadar for an interview. But this won't be just any Q&A. No sir. This time, Satch is going to answer your questions!

What to ask? Well, you can grill him about the status of Chickenfoot if you like. Or you can ask about the recording of Black Swans and what plans he has for his imminent tour. Want to know something about his line of Ibanez guitars or Vox products? Ask him! This is your shot, so make it count. (Of course, you can always ask him that most burning question of all: "So Joe, what is Michael Anthony really like?" But we won't put words in your mouth.)

What to do now

Get involved! Choose your question for Joe Satriani and submit it like this:

Via MusicRadar (log in and leave a comment below with a link as usual)

Via Twitter (follow @musicradar and tag your submission with #askmusicradar)

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We'll pick the very best questions for Satch and ask them during our interview. Good luck!

Joe Bosso

Joe is a freelance journalist who has, over the past few decades, interviewed hundreds of guitarists for Guitar WorldGuitar PlayerMusicRadar and Classic Rock. He is also a former editor of Guitar World, contributing writer for Guitar Aficionado and VP of A&R for Island Records. He’s an enthusiastic guitarist, but he’s nowhere near the likes of the people he interviews. Surprisingly, his skills are more suited to the drums. If you need a drummer for your Beatles tribute band, look him up.