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slide guitar

n
(Music, other) a technique of guitar playing derived from bottleneck, using a steel or glass tube on one finger across the frets
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He and the five-piece band played keyboards, piano, slide guitar, trombone, recorder, ukelele and some mystery instruments.
Folk singer-songwriter Ana Egge presents Bright Shadow, a self-produced album showcasing her worldly vocals and guitar talent, complemented by The Stray Birds' support with the fiddle, banjo, mandolin, slide guitar, and vocals.
The CD's are broken up into a dozen different categories - Roots and Blues, Legends Of The Blues, Great Blues Guitarists, The Slide Guitar, Preaching The Gospel, Good Time Blues, News & The Blues, Booze & The Blues, Messed Up In Love, Raunchy Business, Cajun and White Country Blues.
In the evening, Rod Clements of the band Lindisfarne will entertain with slide guitar and a catalogue of stories.
The three-piece are heavy on the slide guitar, rough and ready with the vocals and driven by a relentless toe-tapping rhythm.
e tour follows a recent sold-out home town show at London's Union Chapel and will coincide with a single release for the track Out of the Warzone, which features a slide guitar contribution from Richard Hawley, whose band played with Tom on the album.
But slide guitar ace Rea could be planning to retire once again as he's calling this outing The Last Open Road Tour.
At JamPlay, Hawkeye can teach you blues chords, the basic twelve-bar blues, the blues shuffle, slide guitar, and much more.
The free event runs from 11am to noon The talk promises to celebrate the finest exponents of the art of slide guitar - from its roots in American Blues up to the present day.
And every word needs to be heard, especially in songs such as the haunting, aching Missing You, which was complemented by mournful bottleneck slide guitar from Declan Sinnott.
Raphael's brand of vocal, slide guitar and harmonica blues promise to be a hit with any age or number of audience.
The song invariably includes a slide guitar and sometimes a harmonica, and begins with the line: "I rolled and I tumbled, I cried the whole night long.