Posts Tagged ‘Phil Campbell’
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Marshall Amps 50th Anniversary
@ Wembley Arena
22nd September 2012
Review by Ashlinn Nash
Photography by Andre Purvis
Marshall Amplifiers have been the corner stone of many a practise room, live performance, studio and bedroom essential for many musicians over the last fifty years. Ranging from Jimi Hendrix right up to Lemmy Kilmister being well renowned users, the amps have become something of legendary status.
So what better way of celebrating the fact that these fantastic amps have been around for fifty years that showcasing the talent behind the airwaves, with a collage of talent here tonight all playing songs of their own, and many they made their own.
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Tags: Adam Wakeman, Bill Duffy, brian tichy, Chris George, Corey Taylor, doug aldrich, Glenn Hughes, Jaz Lochrie, Joe Satriani, Kerry King, MARSHAL AMPS, Paul Gilbert, Phil Campbell, TIM 'RIPPER' OWENS, YNGWIE MALMSTEEN, ZAKK WYLDE
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Motorhead – Phil Campbell
Written by Simon Lukic
Transcription by Mike â€œfucking hostileâ€ Holmes
Live pics Arto Lehtinen
What can one say about Motorhead that hasnâ€™t already been said? Not much really. Either way itâ€™s always a pleasure to chat to the band and this time I had the opportunity to talk to guitarist Phil Campbell a few months ago. I was allocated a limited amount of time â€“ 10 minutes to be exact, so I did my up most to cram in as many questions as I could. I hope you enjoy the chat and learn something new.