James Alan Hetfield (born James Alan Hetfield; born August 3, 1963, Downey, California, USA) is a vocalist, rhythm guitarist and permanent leader of the American metal band Metallica. Since 2011, it has been 87th in the list of the greatest guitarists of all time according to Rolling Stone magazine.
The Christianity of his family and religiosity is often referred to as the root of James – the lyrics of the “tortured soul” in his poems and texts. He began to play music at the age of 9 with piano lessons, then tapped on the drums of his brother David and, finally, switched to the guitar.
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Hatfield also has a balalaika in his collection, which was specially made for him. Continue reading
Interview with former Scorpions guitarist Michael Schenker, in which he talks about his first steps in his career, about the idols of youth, about guitars, as well as about his brother Rudolph. Sit back!
The first steps on the creative path
I have always been fond of music since I remember myself. From the age of 3 to 5, I loved to sing, expressed my love for rhythm by playing drums, well, I mean, in pots, and my father played the violin.
I remember the case when I was about 6 years old. Once, my family and I gathered for another holiday, and my father heard me playing something on the violin, and then he said: “Hey, show them, repeat what you just played!” Then I played something like a Jimmy Fox song. Continue reading
A child of fervor and revelry, a huge amount of light and thundering sounds of guitar cuts – all this tells you that you are at a rock festival. The event that some have been waiting for years, and when they wait, arrange a celebration of life, is a landmark for the city or region where it is held, and primarily because of its mass character.
After all, there are millions of lovers of rock and its ideology of freedom, which means that people from all over the world will come to the largest party. The most massive and iconic rock festivals in our selection right now.
1. Festival “Sziget” (“island”) Continue reading