Have Guitar Will Travel, hosted by James Patrick Regan, otherwise known as Jimmy from the Deadlies, is presented by Vintage Guitar magazine, the destination for guitar enthusiasts. Podcast episodes feature guitar players, builders, dealers and more – all with great experiences to share!
042 - Dave Rude
041 - Dave Rude The latest episode of “Have Guitar Will Travel” features Tesla guitarist Dave Rude. Host James Patrick Regan sits with the Bay Area native to talk about how he became fixated on the guitar and what he learned from teacher (and major-league Ibanez collector!) Doug Doppler. Dave landed the Tesla gig thanks to his MySpace page (remember those?) and now has years worth of great tour stories. He’s also a tube-loving amphead who loves to talk gear including the details of his Epiphone signature model. Please like, comment, and share this podcast! Download Link
041 - Daniel Donato
041 - Daniel Donato The new episode of James Patrick Regan’s “Have Guitar Will Travel” podcast features wunderkind Daniel Donato, whose childhood appreciation for the Grateful Dead, "Paradise City,” and disc three of the Led Zeppelin box set spurred him to pursue his passion for the guitar. Busking in Nashville led to joining the Don Kelley Band, and here they discusses his philosophy and inspirations. Please like, comment, and share this podcast! Download Link
040 - Johnny Hatton
040 - Johnny Hatton Don’t miss the latest episode of VG’s “Have Guitar Will Travel” podcast with host James Patrick Regan. He speaks with bassist Johnny Hatton, whose current gig is with Brian Setzer but has also backed Elvis, Liza Minnelli, and The Righteous Brothers. They talk about his ’61 Fender Precision, which his dad bought new at the Mel Bay store, as well as his session work, early bands, life on the road in the ’70s and ’80s, and his passion for sail boats!" Please like, comment, and share this podcast! Download Link
039 - Lyle Workman
039 - Lyle Workman In Episode 39 of “Have Guitar Will Travel,” host James Patrick Regan speaks with guitarist/composer Lyle Workman, whose new solo album was recorded at Abbey Road. After growing up in the South Bay of San Francisco, he played in Bourgeois Tagg, Todd Rundgren’s band, and became a go-to in the L.A. studio scene. For the last 20 years, he has been composing music for TV and film. Join them for a wide-ranging conversation! Please like, comment and share this podcast!" Please like, comment, and share this podcast! Download Link
038 - Wally Stocker
038 - Wally Stocker On the new episode of “Have Guitar Will Travel,” Wally Stocker tells host James Patrick Regan about his time as guitarist in The Babys, Air Supply, Humble Pie, and with Rod Stewart. They dive deep into Walt’s life in California, the Babys in their heyday as hitmakers, and the intriguing tale of the band’s demise and recent rebirth." Please like, comment, and share this podcast! Download Link
037 - Vic Johnson
036 - Vic Johnson The latest episode of “Have Guitar Will Travel” features host James Patrick Regan speaking with Vic Johnson, guitarist with the Busboys, Dr Dre, and with Sammy Hagar and the Circle. In their conversation they cover: Working with Dr Dre Growing up in Security, Colorado and the music scene there The move to L.A. and cutting his teeth early on, before having a gig Landing the gig with the Busboys, working and hanging out with Eddie Murphy His gear during the Busboys years, including one of the first Charvel guitars Getting the call from Sammy Hagar to come and audition Meeting Eddie Van Halen Playing with many of the special guests while he’s been in Sammy’s band His current guitar collection And his pastimes during Covid You can find out more about Vic at Sammy Hagar’s Red Rocker website: http://www.redrocker.com Please like, comment, and share this podcast! Download Link
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And now for something completely different..
There’s something special and different about this podcast. I’ve only listened to the Bottle Rock series so far. Jimmy is a genuine, relatable host and interviewer. That he shares a lot of the touring and musical hard knocks experiences with the artists he’s interviewing brings a great perspective. That he talks guitars and amps is great, but the touring road stories are fascinating. “Are you making any money?” “Traveling by car, van or bus?” “What do you do on your off days?” I just like it. I always make a point of listening to each of the artists he’s interviewed - mostly because he so positive and enthusiastic about each act! And it should be noted I’ve bought some of the music because of what I heard.
It’s a hard world out there people. The road is tough, tough, tough. Thanks for sharing the spotlight with some fine guitar players who aren’t rolling in dough and flying from gig-to-gig. They’ve earned our respect and the least a lot of us could do is give this podcast a listen and check out the artists.
Thanks to Vintage Guitar for hosting. We all love the magazine already....but thanks for doing it.
Good to Travel With
As a musician you might want to take this informative podcast on the road with you. Guitar and gear talk for axe pros and more.
Enjoyed and recommend.