Duane put on a guitar clinic – both with his signature (Coricidin) bottle slide and without it.

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by Peter Wendel

Here’s Stevie Ray rocking the Capitol Theatre just 12 months before checking himself into rehab for cocaine and alcohol abuse.

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by Peter Wendel

Clapton – one of the greatest rock guitarists to have ever lived – may be all but done playing the instrument that made him a god.

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by Peter Wendel

“One Way Out” is a foot-stompin’ boogie-rambler that serves up everything you want (and, frankly, expect) in an Allman Brothers performance.

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by Peter Wendel

If you had to pick one song that best showcases Neil Young’s monstrous talent, “Down By The River” would have to be a top contender.

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by Peter Wendel

Bruce opened his sold-out show in Brooklyn with a blistering cover of Prince’s “Purple Rain” – an emotional performance that left many in the audience misty.

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by Steve Spohn

We rank the finest versions of “Cowgirl In The Sand” – a song that features manic, expansive guitar-driven jams.

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by Peter Wendel

Although the pool of regularly played songs out of “Space” was relatively small, every once in a while something completely out of the ordinary would happen.

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by Steve Spohn