Rick Springfield performed “The Voodoo House” off of his 2018 album, The Snake King, on Jimmy Kimmel Live! last week. Rick plays with Power Slinky strings.
Performing on the same episode as Rick, Ty Segall gave a great performance of his song “Every1’s a Winner.” He plays with Power Slinky strings.
Getting fans in the holiday mood, The Frights released their new song, “Valentine’s Sux,” last Wednesday.
The English trio released their fourth album, Beautiful People Will Ruin Your Life, last week. On their post-album visit to Rolling Stone magazine, the band performed an acoustic version of “Lemon to a Knife Fight” and “Turn.” Watch the performance below, with the band members using Power Slinky, Cobalt Bass Hybrid Slinky and Earthwood Phosphor Bronze strings:
The Wonder Years
In anticipation of their new album, The Wonder Years released their single “Sister Cities.” Watch the album’s teaser below to get a peak inside the background of the band’s new music:
Steve Morse on Guitar World
In the midst of Deep Purple’s Long Goodbye tour, Steve Morse is making time to reunite with the Dixie Dregs for three dozen performances across the US. In the article, Morse explains:
I don’t think we have to turn into a corporate industry machine of touring. It should just be something for fun, I think. That’s what this all started as.
Morse plays with Super Slinky strings.
Weezer x Pixies (feat. The Wombats)
This summer will be the start of Weezer and Pixies’ co-headlining tour. Putting the cherry on top, The Wombats will be special guests on the US tour. Weezer members play with Hybrid Slinky Bass and Regular Slinky strings. Paz Lenchantin of Pixies plays with Regular Flatwound Bass strings.