Most Talented Blues Guitarists
The Top Ten
Truly a tragic loss. He had charisma, a deep sensitivity for his music and at the same time a wild flare matched only by Hendrix. He achieved so much during his short stay with us. RIP SRV.
No one compares or ever will
Emotion when he plays
The BestV 71 Comments
Face it. Vaughan and Hendrix are dead. As in gone. Bye bye. And while they were with us they played only one style of guitar. Ever. Clapton has been with us half a century, is still with us, is still evolving and has mastered every style he encountered including reggae, acid rock, delta blues, gospel, bluegrass, southern rock... the list keeps getting longer. Nobody has EVER done that before. I doubt anyone ever will again.
Tough list but Clapton first... And I don't see Muddy Waters, David Gilmour, Joe Bonamassa, Dwayne Allman... Come on. Jimmy Page? Gimme a break... Most overrated guitarist ever.
Master of many styles!
Absolute legend, the love I have for this man.V 57 Comments
Joe is so versatile with his music, from Royal Albert Hall to Carnegie Hall and everything in between. Best guitarist I've seen live and that list is pretty long with legends included.
The "King" -- Long live the King. WIll be considered without peer, the best of all time when he's done.
He's the Biz
I love himV 57 Comments
Put the king in his throne!
At the time I right this 'comment' I can tell you B. B king is 47th. That will NOT do. If you were to ask competent gifted and phenomenal guitarists such as Buddy guy, eric clapton, stevie ray vaughn(RIP) or even modern artists such as joe bonamasa. Ask anyone who there key influence was I can tell you they will say BB king. His elegance and unique tone was unbeatable, still is. To paraphrase jimmy vaughn 'everyone is trying to work out what BB king did and we are ALL trying to sound like him' BB king, is THE KING OF BLUES. It is an embarrassment that The king is so low. Blues artists would be ashamed, buddy guy, clapton or vaughns would all be let down or annoyed. The king is a legend
Made just as huge impact on blues as Albert King. A true legend that can't be replaced. Hard to say which one of them is better guitarist they are both legends.
Ask any blues legend to come after him, they will admit that B. B is their influence and what blues guitar is all about. He is the king of blues.V 17 Comments
Extraordinary guitarist and a master of a single string solos. His bends and vibratos had a huge impact on generations after him. For example SRV to just name a few.
Extraordinary voice as well. Also my personal favourite.
He is the best I've ever heard... Hands down
Solos are incredible listen to ill play the blues for you
8th on this stupid list? You should all be ashamed.V 6 Comments
Buddy Guy is at the pinnacle of Chicago blues, with enough technique to outpace many of the older blues masters but vastly more soul in his playing than the contemporary style-over-substance figures who play an altogether too large role on this list.
Simply the essence of blues. The greats of Britain as well as many guitarists from American(such as Hendrix) owe this guy big time. - cruciel
Buddy invented the electric blues! BB King and Muddy Waters were his idols and predecessors, but no one else played with the volcanic intensity he did right through the 60's, 70's and 80's through to today! To mention the others on this list without Buddy leading this list is laughable! Now, at 78, Buddy plays and sings as intensely as he ever did. Long live Buddy Guy!V 9 Comments
Best guitarist ever, not just in blues but in everything. No one ever came close to replicating his style or writing blues and rock the way Hendrix did. Every note just filled itself with emotion, while innovation was greater than all other guitarists. He invented the classic distorted guitar sound while keeping his original the best. He created rhythms baselines and melodies all at the same time playing fast paced but still loyal to the blues tradition. Essentially every electric guitarist after him was influenced by him and respected him. Heal so respected all those before him, performing everything from Muddy Waters to Chuck Berry to Eric Clapton in his live shows. Woodstock and Monterey Pop were some of the greatest shows ever. Also those psychadelic posters of him make him look divine. RIP to the greatest guitar god
As far as pure talent on/off stage goes in any genre of music he is super human no doubt. He created his own music by converting traditional blues into rock which was then enjoyed by generations of rock and hard rock fans all over the world.
Jimi scared Clapton with his guitar playing. He freaked out a lot of people. Who else has really made that much of an impact? So he should be ahead of E.C. in this poll. Stevie got a lot of his chops from listening to Hendrix and other guitarists. The three I just mentioned turned the world on it's ear. Joe Bonamassa is no doubt very skilled at what he does, but is a product of these three. He is not an innovator or originator of anything, but is a great technical guitarist. However, Hendrix did more than just Blues. He was the most innovative and mind blowing guitarists of all time. The best? No such thing, but I'd put him at the top of this list!
He scared Clapton...? Clapton was the reason he was and still is so famous - BrianScott01
Hendrix isn't really considered a blues guitarist by most but he should be. Just listen to Red House at Randall's Island and hear my train a comin at winterland and you will see that he was a better blues player than a rock player. The fact that the Randal's island recording of red house isn't raved about by guitarists is insane. It shows why he is the greatest electric guitarist, period... He was better than the rest on an average day and on a good day all my other guitar heroes can't come closeV 28 Comments
The reason Gary Moore wasn't number one is because not that many people ever heard him play. I've heard all these players, Stevie Ray could come close, and maybe Bonamassa too, but unless you listen to everything he has done, you won't agree. He didn't just play blues, he played psychedelic and progressive rock with Skid Row, In Colossium II he played progressive rock-jazz fusion with some of his very best guitar work, then to Thin Lizzy and solo albums with just good heavy metal rock out, and finally grasped on to the blues. With Albert Collins "Live At MontrenX" the best Blues I've ever heard and a great Texas Strut tribute to Stevie. His licks aren't just fast and clean but with real feeling and soul.
I'd vote either Gary Moore or Joe Bonamassa number one for their sheer versatility, tasty improv ideas and technical ability. Love Clapton, Stevie Ray and Hendrix, but they simply cannot compare to these two. The Kings were, well, KINGS, but again, not as fluent. Maybe Rory Gallagher or Roy Buchanan could make a case, but only in top 5.
Gary Moore should be in the top 3. He could play any style on guitar with heart and soul and always was striving to get better. Rock In Peace Gary Windfingers Moore.
Nobody played with more soul than Moore RIP...his Montreal performances were amazingV 21 Comments
I was just awe struck. Roy's music had me mesmerized for days after I first heard it. Made me want more. Too bad he died the way he did. I believe his death was a coverup. What do you think? The world was robbed of a great musician.
Anybody who is a real blues fan will know who Roy Buchanan is. he is the worlds greatest unknown blues guitarist as said by Rolling Stone. Just listen to some tracks like When a guitat plays the blues, his cover of Hey Joe and so many others. His guitar playing will put you in a trance.
Roy was incredible live - Roy's Bluz, I'm Evil, The Messiah Will Come Again - had as much fireworks as a Hendrix or SRV. Definitely his older stuff was better and I especially liked that he was straight Telecaster and amp. His record "Second Album" is one of the best ever - Side 1 is a must listen - for me "5 String Blues" is electric blues guitar perfection (and he played most of it with only 5 strings! ).
Oh hell ya! Listen to THE MESSIAH WILL COME AGAIN. AFTER THE OPEN VOCAL, THE GUITAR SCREAMS SEND SHIVERS UP AND DOWN FOR A LONG TIME. True talent. So underrated.V 11 Comments
Rory was on a whole different level for his time. Ultimately one of the greatest slide players in my opinion but the mix of his style and vocals was always something to be in awe over. He'd always sneak a note in that'd match what he was singing truly showing that the two went hand in hand but ultimately his tone was by far one of the best. Almost always equiped with his 61 strat, a Vox AC30, and the occasional Uni-Vibe he truly had a sound like no other. Taken away from us a bit too soon but definitely left his mark on the world. Thank you Rory, you were truly inspiring.
I saw Rory in Germany in 1979. He was my favorite before I saw him, and only rose in my estimation after that. Nobody gets inside me like Rory does. (to this day). It was a special treat when he called out Santana to play along side him at that show.
I'd put Rory Gallagher at the number 2 spot personally...He was a way better guitar player than clapton. While Hendrix was a better guitar player, he really wasn't so much a blues player...so I'm not even sure if I'd put him on that list. Joe Bonamassa even says on a youtube interview that he doesn't consider himself at Rory's level (when he was being interviewed where he got to play Rory's guitar at 2 london gigs), while he, clapton, slash, gary moore and many others were very influenced by Rory's playing style.
My vote goes to the late great Corby Yates (1981-2012). I've seen all the greats. Corby was self taught from age 6. No one in history Ever played blues/rock guitar with the continuous ferocity than he. His shirt was drenched withheld sweat after the first song. He was as mild mannered and humble as they come, but Corby coulda mopped the floor with SRV. If you don't believe me, buy the "Into Oblovion" cd. Admittedly, it is a dark album, as it turns out that Corby was a paranoid schizophrenic, which led to his early passing. But if you listen to the heart and intensity he pours into his insane solos (he was also the singer), I think you'll become an instant admirer and fan.V 19 Comments
He 'invented' the blues. His guitar playing was so revolutionary for that time that generations of guitarists strived to immitate him with varing success.
I personally think that Johnson is overrated. He had innovative songwriting, but his guitar playing wasn't as challenging as it sounded. - Caleb9000
An innovator at a time when there was less information and it was much more difficult to excel in the manner Johnson did. This is why he is considered "ahead of his time".
If you listen to him, you know where the blues came from. Everyone is influenced by his music. Everyone.V 6 Comments
Merging the rock genre with the blues, Johnson has his own unique style and tone. It's blues based but he goes for it. Where others play it safe with same old riffs, Johnson digs in deep and creates a modern yet classic statement. Some say he's In the style of Trower, Travers and Marino and there is some truth to that but I think this guy stands up to some of the great guitarist of the world.
Been a fan of Jay's since the '80's when rock was his world; fast forward and Jay has matured into his own style of rock 'n blues. You can hear many of the great guitarist's influences in some of his music, but it is classic Jay Jesse Johnson's tone and inflection that comes through on every song. Hoping he will record his rendition of Over the Rainbow one of these days, as it is killer!
I have had the pleasure of listening to Jay perform his craft since the early 70's. His talent shines in everything he does. Very few can make you feel their music the way Jay does. Mirrored of Trower and Hendrix Jay's talent amazes. There are a lot of guitar players, but very few with talent at this level.
Jay Jesse Johnson's talent lies in his commitment to perfection. I've had the pleasure of meeting Jay, he is personable and friendly. Whenever we had an opportunity to see Jay live in concert we have always been impressed or blown away by his music and talent.V 52 Comments
Let's see here. What rock n roll player who also plays good blues on this list before this man... Did not idolize him, and play his tunes?. The Sky is crying... Albert K and Stevie Ray. Bleeding Heart Jimi Hendrix. Jimi Hendrix had called himself "Jimi James at one point." Come on... Folks put away yer rock hats and put on yer Madison Blue Shoes...
Greatest slide player of all time.
Peter Green is the best blues guitarist of all time.
The truth will always come out in the end.
I am sure someone with a big following will bring his work to the light someday.
Peter is so underrated.
A lot of people in the music industry seem to have forgotten that he even existed, but far as I'm concerned he will always be number 1. Even fifty years on I never tire of hearing him play, or sing the blues. As Mick Fleetwood said "Don't forget the voice". He could make a guitar talk and bring you to tears by the feeling that he put into his playing. Just listen to "The Stumble", the sublime "Slabo day" or The Supernatural" and you might appreciate what I mean!
I can listen to this man play guitar over and over! Oh well part one and two blow me away every time. But the one true record that gets me is "i need your love so bad" his voice coupled with just simple expressice guitar playing is just breathtaking. I urge all walks of life to listen to this!
Listen to "The Stumble" live and realize the year it was recorded. He smoked almost everyone.V 15 Comments
The absolute king of blues!
I don't care what anyone says this man is my idol! Love to sit back an turn up the volume an just listen to his music! The earliest music has the soul of a poor hungry blues mantryin to make it! Hen you have the hoochiecoochie man! I just love Muddy Water music! 😉
One Of The Best Ever Blues Guitarists Of all Time! Without A Doubt!
Un-sung, lesser known, but definitely one of the greats.
A great blues guitarist and singer. Played by his own rules and unique as a result.
The Godfather of the Blues!
His rhythm guitar, I’ve never heard another musician play blues rhythm guitar as well!
I can not believe that nobody ever wrote a comment about this legend guitarist of blues. The Groundhog, was one of mine and millions others favorites, very traditional, interpretative blues. honest and from the heart of a soul that beat in time with life. He will forever be a master in his field and cherished, loved, respected and constantly reminding people of how true the blues can be.
As with previous posts... Just an amazing player with nice vocals! Recently saw him at an intimate venue in New Hampshire (Tupelo Music Hall). He is so connected with his music and plays with a lot of passion. You will not be disappointed when you see him. Tasteful with a lot of blues soul as it should be! Can easily play with the very best!
Very tasty, incorporates elements of jazz in the blues. Has a much better understanding of music than many blues guitarists. As Miles said: Why do you need another guitar player after Robben Ford...
Listen to the entire family band, The Ford Brothers. Music to the core when its all you've known since you were a kid. Those guys are connected right down to the blues bone.
Got turned on to this guy late in life... Depressing: I missed out on some great musicianship... Probably one of the most knowledgeable about music, and probably one of the most versatile, also... One of my favorite tunes? "lateral climb"... Check it out; it oze w/bluesV 5 Comments
Blind lemon Jefferson was a big influence in Texas blues
The best by far with a slide and by the age of 24.
Duane Allman was just 24 years old when he died. What he left behind in just a few short years was nothing short of amazing. Of course we all know about his great guitar work with the Allman Brothers but people often forget about all of his session work with the likes of Aretha Franklin, Wilson Pickett and so on. That's without his contribution to Derek & The Dominoes "Layla & other assorted love songs". Raw, powerful, bluesy/rock bordering sometimes on jazz... How good he could have been we will never know!
Duane is not number one. Him and Dickey are #1. Here's why. They as a duo rewrote blues guitar. They showed the world that two guitarists when synchronized as one takes the whole definition of blues lead to whole new level. Never been matched since. Individually, it comes down to your choice since music is an art form. No problem. Combined, nothing has touched (before or after) the phrasing these two put together on the Live at Filmore album...and we haven't really thrown in that he rewrote the book on electric slide. Now I love SRV, cause I love the blues but Stevie's slide work reminds me of the slide work Fleetwood Mac played on their live Chicago album 20 years earlier.
I was a teenager when he died, just eight years or so younger than him. For the ensuing 42 years, I have listened to his work countless numbers of times and have lamented his untimely death. He was not a casualty of the excesses of the late sixties and early seventies, which makes his passing even more poignant. Damn, he was good, so good.V 9 Comments
No one plays the blues harder, fatter, or more bombastic. NO ONE.
This guy is my all time favorite guitar player. He was as good at blues as any other blues guitarist and better. Listen to songs like Since I've been loving you, Traveling Riverside Blues, When the Levee Breaks, In my time of Dying and I can't Quit you baby and you will see what I'm talking about.
Even though he covered those old songs. Still he invented new techniques for playing it. Created heavier songs than the original songs. Greatly used hard rock and blues. - zxm
Most definitely, the best blues guitar god!
He can do any song of any guitarist.
Clapton doesn't come close.
Not that clapton isn't awesome. You know what I'm saying.
One of the greatest Guitar Players
And he can build a car!
One of the greats...and no big ego nice guy!
I have seen robin over the course of 38 years! AMAZING
I've seen Robin Trower live many times and he is the only guitarist that I've seen capable of creating a level of play so complex that you're sure 2 or more guitars are at work. He is absolutely amazing at his craft!
THIS GUITAR HERO OF MINE WAS BORN WITH HIS GUITAR IN HIS HANDS! MANY GUITARISTS THAT ARE FAMOUS BUT HE DID IT WITH MANY MILES OF TRAVEL THAT MOST OF US COULD NOT SURVIVE. HE HAS MY HIGHEST RESPECT AND GRATITUDE. HE BEATS THEM ALL! THANK YOU ROBIN, THE BEST EVER!
So overlooked &under appreciatedV 4 Comments
Me thinks this is a rock n roll guys who like or rate blues deal. Do not get me wrong. Love Stevie Ray. I would not have ever been bitten by the blues bug if it were not for Jimi Hendrix... Whose playing sent me on a search for more blues after he died and 70's rock got goofy and glam... But Otis Rush... Searing and biting sounds... Come on folks!
Ain't enough (votes) coming in.
David should be in the top ten. He has one of the greatest guitar solos of all time in Comfortably Numb. When you hear him play you know right away it's him.
Pink Floyd are not blues but David Gilmour is a blues guitarist who uses blues licks and scales in his and Pink Floyd songs. Some of the songs where he uses blues scales and licks: Wish You Were Here's riff is in a blues scale, Another Brick In The Wall Pt 2's blues-like guitar solo, he also uses some blues licks in Shine On. etc - BrianScott01
He may nott be as blues as Stevie, but he is sure as hell more blues then Page
The best.V 2 Comments
One of the best blues guitarists of all time! Freddie should be top 5.
He should be in the top 10! If you are a fan of Clapton and Peter Green's guitar work, then look no further.
REALLY, no one is posting this man's accolades. Flat assed awesome.V 1 Comment
25? Please try top ten. Somewhere between 5 and 10.
Great List. Rarely see Roy, Rory and Johnny in same top ten. Hard to argue with Clapton's longevity but Beano was his biggest moment.
Leland, Mississippi man with the blues in his hands. Cotton and Waters knew, why not you? Johnny Winter is the man.
Saw him when I was 15, saw him when I was 55...and a few times in between. Still my favourite!V 6 Comments
Total Bad Ass!
WHY isn't he on the list
Should be top 10
Saw him with the Everly Brothers..was great should be in top 20!V 2 Comments
How is T-bone Walker not near the top of this list? He influenced nearly EVERY guitarist before him, either directly or indirectly. Hendrix learned how to play behind his neck by emulating him. Eric Clapton got his phrasing by emulating him. Stevie Ray and Albert King where also heavily influenced by him. And lets not forget to mention he was one of the first ones to pick up an electric guitar, which literally directly inspired BB King to start playing electric too.
T-bone. Awesome. And the world thought Jimi H was the first guy to play guitar behind his back or bite the strings with his teeth... Nope It was T bone. Love his "Two bones and a pick>"
Pretty much an unknown but I saw him a few times and he is an amazing guitarist. His primary genre is blues but he does it all and he does it tastefully and with heart.
All I can say about Gordy is AWESOME. I saw him 4 times twice in Massachusetts once in Florida and once in Kansas. Great player and very humble down to earth guy.
For players that are currently out this guy is one of the best but there is very little footage of him and even less audio. Someone needs to pick this guy up.
Saw this guy playing guitar for "Ray Drew" the for guitarist for Bobby Blue Bland. He's an incredible player, very good.
I also saw him playing for Ray Drew he really made the show the night I saw them.V 9 Comments
Chris Duarte is absolutely electric. His blues solos have so much energy and he just keeps on playing while fans watch and listen in amazement and joy.
He is absolutely incredible Live. I have been fortunate enough to see Chris various times and he certainly ranks as one of the best you'll ever see. His intensity will wear you out.
Chris Duarte covers the full range of Texas Blues, and mixes in elements of jazz and progressive rock. He has a full range of phrasing and voicing that he weaves in and out of his compositions. More amazing LIVE than in the studio...
He is the best blues guitarist of all time!V 3 Comments
Has no one heard of him? He's been compared to Jimi Hendrix and Stevie ray Vaughan. He is the next king of the guitar. Anyone compared to those two legends are automatically amazing. Not to mention his vocals are great compared to today's music. Please look him up and get him higher on this list.
Gary clark jr can do it all, from his cover of third stone from the sun to his blues/hip hop song the life. How he can set up for don't owe you and thing with guitar, loop petal, bass drum on one foot and high hat on the other is amazing
Gary is amazing, the future of the blues right there
I have a friend who is convinced he's a better guitar player than Hendrix, and I can't entirely disagree with him. Gary Clark Jr. is just that good. For proof, listen to "Bright Lights" from the album "Gary Clark Jr. Live"
Made blues cool again in late 80's and early 90's. Has influenced many of the great contemporary ladies of the blues:
Great background tunes for sex.
I got to finally see Kenny live as part of the Experience Hendrix tour. Wow, quite impressive!
He gets a bad rap but he has become a super guitarist.
One of the best guitarists today. He can tear it up and get the house rocking...
Fantastic guitarist. Had a chance to see him and Kenny Wayne Shepeard in Reno. Most enjoyable night for Blues music. Pilot Skip"
Listen to so many roads on FM live - best intro ever...
Phenomenal and totally underrated guitarist extraordinaire! I had the pleasure of seeing him with CBB numerous times up and down the east coast in the 70's (with my favorite probably @ the Spectrum in Philly) and was NEVER disappointed... Couldn't agree more about his slide playing either... Should be top 10 in both! Anyone whose ever played in a decent bar band would be hard pressed to disagree as well!
No question, Pete is a guitarist's guitarist, and his tasteful compositions and brilliant artistry should definitely cement his name amongst the Top 10! And among slide guitarists, he's definitely among the tops as well!
Pete is an amazing guitarist who hasn't had the recognition he deserves! He is a smooth and talented natural! I wish I could see more of his work these days!V 10 Comments
Wish the people who voted had listened to him first. Way to low!
Fantastic in his ability, creativity and maturity of playing. One of the greatest guitarists ever
How is he so low?!? Best blues guitar player alive and performing today.
Wonderfully gifted. Hauntingly reminiscent of Duane.V 4 Comments
This kid grew up in Fargo and; about as far from Blues music as a person could be. He was playing blues licks at a younger age and at a higher level than just about anyone. It's as if a Blues guitar was genetically interwoven with his DNA.
Nasty! That's all I have to say about that!
He's got an old "soul". As long as he stays true to himself & his music, he'll be playing for us for years to come. 😎
Love his songs and composition
Such an amazing live performer. Check out of this world for a couple hours when you see Robert.
Open your ears! Enough said.
He was a complete guitar player with so much talent there is no guitarist on this planet who was as good as this blind white boy he was my guitar hero and so underrated, blows the rest of the guitar players out of the window! Complete genius, just watch the jeff healey band live in London it will blow your mind.
Jeff played with Stevie Ray Vaughan and Eric Clapton. Srv was so happy playing with this kind chap. Jeff Healey was in the movie ROADHOUSE with Patrick Swayze.
Give Stevie a run for his money! Should have been in top 10
Way too low on this listV 2 Comments
Walter is one of the greats. Please keep him in your prayers.
Top 3 with no question!
Seen Walter trout twice and each time he tore the place apart. Tony vass (ex drummer of the sixties)
Absolutely the best living blues player around, he crushes your b@#$% and rips your soul apart!V 2 Comments
He should be in a higher place damned... So stupid the people who didn't vote for him
Great and original latin rock and blues player, so much soulful sounds
This is where you lost me. $# Joke. Top 10 according to his peers. Like Dah!
Great guitarist but NOT blues.V 1 Comment
Love his guitar picking style and deep voice, I could listen for hours and do!
The relaxed rhythmic Texas style of Samuel Lightning Hopkins precedes electric blues and speaks to what Billy Gibons of ZZ Top and other later Texas stylists accomplished after him.
Should be much higher and up there with Muddy Waters. Bring me my shotgun a great song.
Listen to Hopkins post WWII electric guitar boogies and you will hear the the blueprint to rock n roll
Currently on tour with Rory Gallagher's old band. Just ask most of the players on this list.
Like other women on the list original and should be higher.
How this man can play low down, crisp, dirty blues licks, is phenomenal. Lot of vey great guitarists. But Bloomfield always looked like he was in love with the music.
How in the world is Michael Bloomfield down at #68? BB King, Muddy Waters, Johnny Winter, Eric Clapton and Bob Dylan (for starters) would not agree. If you don't know who he was, listen to Dylan's Highway 61 Revisited, Paul Butterfield Blues Band or Super Sessions (Side 1) for starters. Or his guitar instructional CD's. An exceptionally gifted Blues guitar player who mastered every possible style but was a bluesman to the core.
Simply the best. That he is not in the top five is unbelievable - especially when the list is filled, not with pure blues men, but blues rockers. If it were strictly blues men, he might merit a top ten instead of top five placement. The man and his band the Butterfield Blues band practically
invented blues/rock. While English kids were doing respectable, reverential imitations of the masters, Bloomfield and Butterfield broke out a whole new form. in my opinion just one of the greats. As another poster commented BB King, Muddy Waters, Clapton, Dylan and you could add Santana and Johnny Winter to the list too, would simply not agree.
Blues in both guitar and lyrics
Clearly under rated... So under rated that I'm actually pleased to see that he's on the list at all... I've listened to most of the players on this list, and enjoy many of them, but with regards to covering all the territory, light clean picking to all out guitar screaming, overall musicality, Frank Marino has always stood alone, and still does... With the vocals and song writing to go with it...
Frank is one of the most underrated guitarists around. Whether he's playing traditiot blues or his lightning fast licks. Jimi was a strong influence on Frank, and I believe he took it to the next level. Frank has also influenced guitarist like Zakk Wylde with Blazing penatonic riffs. When Frank plays a live show it's for 3 or more hours! Check him out live or give him a listen. Check out his web site. Mahogany Rush com
One of the best rock and blues guitarists and musicians of all time
Frank Marino is Incredible! I've been listening to him for over 35 years!V 1 Comment
Awesome, he really brings it
One of the finest young blues guitarists to come onto the scene in recent memory. This 27 year old from Albuquerque, New Mexico is a legend in the making. None other than blues rock titan Joe Bonamassa has said of McGarvey, "I think he's one of the great young guitar players in the world today" ~ Joe Bonamassa on Ryan McGarvey, Dallas, TX October 30, 2012
Great guitarist! Can flat out play! Check out the live cd. From1990.
How could you forget one of the best from Savoy Brown?
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