Posted: July 21, 2015
Fall Out Boy recently stopped by Late Night with Seth Meyers to perform the hit “Uma Thurman,” a single off latest album American Beauty/American Psycho.
With guitarist Joe Trohman delivering the familiar sample from the classic television show The Munsters, the appearance definitely got the crowd moving thanks to the song’s funky tempo.
Watch Fall Out Boy in the clip below and don’t miss frontman Patrick Stump playing a black version of his signature Gretsch Stump-O-Matic.
Posted: July 15, 2015
Footage from the Courteneers’ recent set the annual Glastonbury Festival has since been posted online, and you can watch the English indie rockers burn through their track “Not Nineteen Forever” in the clip below.
The song comes off 2008 album St. Jude and was actually used in an episode of 90210 and in the video game Pro Evolution Soccer 2010.
Watch the Courteeners in action in this video and don’t miss frontman Liam Fray’s stunning Gretsch White Falcon!
Posted: July 6, 2015
The electrified song shows the band at their most heartfelt, with frontman Zach Williams putting his all into the vocals and guitarist Brian Elmquist getting killer tone out of his Gretsch Black Falcon.
The sophomore effort was produced by the National’s Aaron Dessner, who helped craft a record that is moodier and even more lush than Lone Bellow’s 2013 self-titled debut, and “Take My Love” is a great example of that direction.
Watch the Lone Bellow in action below.
Posted: June 24, 2015
In the clip, Yokoyama shines in the spotlight while wielding a beautiful Gretsch White Falcon.
Watch the video below and click here for more information on Yokoyama.
Posted: June 23, 2015
Earlier this year, Butch Walker dropped by the Guitar Center Hollywood Vintage Room and played this intimate version of “Closest Thing To You I’m Gonna Find.”
The compelling clip begins with Walker first sharing the story behind the song. Watch and enjoy below …
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