Extreme was one of the opening acts at that concert, but the surviving members of Queen were the headliners, with various singers.There seems to be a long-standing connection between Queen and Extreme. Remember the Freddie Mercury tribute concert? Remember who the backing band was? Curious.
Yep, I liked that. I thought it was a very good example (one of the best, actually) of rock music with acoustics.This may be more to your liking.
I think the vocalists that did the best with Queen material were Gary Cherone & Robert Plant...There seems to be a long-standing connection between Queen and Extreme. Remember the Freddie Mercury tribute concert? Remember who the backing band was? Curious.
Nuno is a challenge. I've learned the basic structure, fingerings, and rhythm patterns of Hole Hearted yesterday and today (thank you very much Laristotle!), but that shit is tough to get tight. It's a bit sloppy at speed right now but it's tough to slow it down, it relies on that energy. CHecked out that video above earlier as well....that'll be my next project. I've always been a lead player but over the last few years have been working on my rhythms rather heavily....what better way to get into that stuff than Nuno! I remember reading an interview a long time ago in Guitar for the Practicing Musicians (I think) of Nuno's. He mentioned he's really noticed a lack of rhythm in a lot of lead work or something, and that has always stuck with me.Found a new challenge! Love Nuno's playing as well, don't know why I've never tried learning this before.