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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!

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!

Location:

United States

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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!

Language:

English

Contact:

7013906805


Episodes

058 - Marc Ribler

10/6/2021
058 - Marc Ribler “Have Guitar Will Travel” host James Patrick Regan welcomes guitarist/songwriter/producer Marc Ribler, music director for Little Steven and the Disciples of Soul. They touch on topics ranging from Marc’s new album, “The Whole World Awaits You,” to writing with Steven Van Zandt, the heyday of New York City music shops, working with Darlene Love, creating music for soundtracks and advertising, and of course, gear. Please like, comment, and share this podcast! Download...

Duration:00:56:49

057 - Phredley Brown

8/24/2021
057 - Phredley Brown ““Have Guitar Will Travel” host James Patrick Regan speaks with multi-instrumentalist Phredley Brown, who’s not “just” the guitarist and music director for Bruno Mars, but also assistant music director for “American Idol.” Phredley talks about growing up with a piano-teacher mother (and minister father) in Detroit, playing drums in church, and how as a kid he became fascinated with all instruments, influenced by many artists. When he joined Bruno’s band, he had to...

Duration:00:47:03

056 - Johnny Johnson

8/12/2021
056 - Johnny Johnson “The new episode of “Have Guitar Will Travel” features Johnny Johnson, who before scoring a gig backing Boyz II Men (including during their residency at the Mirage in Las Vegas), did a stint with Earth, Wind & Fire. When he gets a moment, he plays in his own R&B band at Sugar Daddy’s Cigar Bar. With host James Patrick Regan, he talks about his career, his very enjoyable gigs, and his guitar collection. Please like, comment, and share this podcast! Download Link

Duration:00:13:22

055 - Mark Goldenberg

7/27/2021
055 - Mark Goldenberg “The new episode of “Have Guitar Will Travel” features guitarist, composer and producer Mark Goldenberg, who studied with Ted Greene and has backed icons including Linda Ronstadt, Peter Frampton, Ringo Starr, Jackson Browne, Al Stewart, Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Bob Dylan, and many others. Host James Patrick Regan asks Mark about his early influences, his first electric guitar, his early bands, and getting a record deal before he became lead guitarist with Al Stewart...

Duration:00:57:57

054 - Bonnie Hayes

7/9/2021
054 - Bonnie Hayes “Have Guitar Will Travel” host James Patrick Regan speaks with Bonnie Hayes, guitarist, songwriter, and head of the songwriting department at Berklee College. Bonnie grew up in a very musical family and two of her brothers are players who’ve backed superstars. She has written tunes recorded by Cher, Bette Midler, Bonnie Raitt, Natalie Cole, Robert Cray, David Crosby, Adam Ant, and Booker T and the MGs while also releasing her own albums. She and James discuss her love of...

Duration:00:58:43

053 - Shane Theriot

6/24/2021
053 - Shane Theriot For the new episode of “Have Guitar Will Travel,” host James Patrick Regan sits with Shane Theriot, musical director and guitarist for Hall and Oates and the internet program “Live from Daryl’s House.” Theriot grew up just outside New Orleans and spent eight years as guitarist for the Neville Brothers. After moving to Nashville he landed a gig with Slim Whitman, followed by Harold Bradley (in England). Working with John Oates led him to “Live from Daryl’s House,” where...

Duration:00:46:20

052 - Cesar Gueikian

6/8/2021
052 - Cesar Gueikian Gibson’s newly appointed Brand President, Cesar Gueikian, returns to “Have Guitar Will Travel,” with host James Patrick Regan. Cesar is supremely passionate about Gibson and its guitars, and here he talks about the company’s acquisition of Mesa-Boogie, Gibson’s artist model program, their vision for Epiphone on its 150th anniversary, revived archtop construction at the Custom Shop, and a lot more including the challenges he faces as leader of the brand. Please like,...

Duration:00:30:49

051 - Greg V.

5/25/2021
051-Greg V. Guitarist Greg V. has backed songwriter Bonnie Hayes, Randy Jackson, Ronnie Montrose, drummer Buddy Miles, and stepped into a certain legend’s shoes with Double Trouble. Now he’s talking to “Have Guitar Will Travel” host James Patrick Regan, discussing his first guitars – including a Les Paul Custom stolen from him in 1983 – and early influences. His career has taken him from Florida to San Francisco and now Nashville, where he recorded “Tailgate Troubadour” with help from...

Duration:01:28:44

050- Mike Varney

5/6/2021
050- Mike Varneyr In the new episode of “Have Guitar Will Travel,” host James Patrick Regan speaks with the legendary Mike Varney, founder of Shrapnel Records. After discovering Yngwie Malmsteen in a record store, Mike started Shrapnel when he was just 22 years old. The label became home for a bevy of shredders in the ’80s, including guitar heroes like Leslie West, Rick Derringer, Pat Travers, and Michael Schenker. He digs deep into the philosophy that has made Shrapnel so successful under...

Duration:01:20:36

049 - Dave Miner

4/23/2021
049 - Dave Miner In Episode 49 of “Have Guitar Will Travel” features host James Patrick Regan speaking with Dave Miner, chairman of the board at Benedetto Guitars. A noted collector who appreciates vintage Gibson archtops, pre-war Martins, and early D’Angelicos as well as Benedettos, his passion for the instrument started in his youth. He and James touch on an array of topics including Dave’s primary business, Miner Family Winery, how he started playing and collecting guitars, and some of...

Duration:01:08:04

048 - Rod Abernethy

4/6/2021
048 - Rod Abernethy James Patrick Regan speaks with guitarist/composer Rod Abernethy in the new episode of “Have Guitar Will Travel.” A native of North Carolina, Rod teaches musical-composition courses at the UNC School for the Arts. He and James discuss his musical life beginning with that ever-vital first guitar (a Gibson SG Special), playing in rock bands as a kid, and why he has always been drawn to acoustic guitars liks his ’54 J-200. They touch on the guitars at Rod’s studio, share...

Duration:00:41:53

047- Reb Beach

3/24/2021
047- Reb Beach In the new episode of “Have Guitar Will Travel,” host James Patrick Regan welcomes Reb Beach. The renowned guitar slinger for Winger and Whitesnake delves into his amazing career going back to his days at Berklee, then moving to New York and Florida while pursuing his musical passion, his influences, musical heroes, the ups and downs of the industry, and the gear he has used through the years up to his most-recent projects. Did you know he backed Chaka Kahn and Howard Jones?...

Duration:00:49:51

046 - Richard Fortus

3/10/2021
046 - Richard Fortus Richard Fortus, longtime guitarist with Guns and Roses, joins host James Patrick Regan in the new episode of “Have Guitar Will Travel.” Richard talks about growing up in St. Louis, where he studied violin and classical guitar at the Conservatory of the Arts, and saw many of his guitar heroes perform. In high school, he joined a band that signed a record deal and toured with the Psychedelic Furs – which he later joined. They also discuss his vintage instruments, his...

Duration:00:44:27

045 - Ryan Roxie

2/23/2021
045 - Ryan Roxie The new episode of “Have Guitar Will Travel” host James Patrick Regan welcomes Ryan Roxie to the latest episode. The guitarist has enjoyed an amazing career – backing Alice Cooper, jamming with Joe Satriani, Slash, and Gilby Clarke, living the life of a rock star, and playing a Les Paul that also belonged to Mick Mars and Tracii Guns. They also touch on his teaching method, “System 12 Please like, comment, and share this podcast! Download Link

Duration:00:50:45

044 - Ricky Byrd

2/12/2021
041 - Ricky Byrd The new episode of “Have Guitar Will Travel” features Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Ricky Byrd. The New York native played with Joan Jett in the heyday of the Blackhearts and also backed Roger Daltrey and Ian Hunter. Speaking with host James Patrick Regan, Ricky touches on his musical beginnings, his first club gigs in NYC and Los Angeles, how his gear evolved through a long and varied career, and events that led to creating his new album, “Sobering Times.” Please like,...

Duration:00:58:15

043 - Ranger Doug

1/25/2021
041 - Ranger Doug The new episode of “Have Guitar Will Travel” features host James Patrick Regan’s conversation with “Ranger Doug” Green, guitarist, front man, and creative force behind the legendary Western wing/country band Riders In the Sky. A music historian and author, Doug still has his first guitar and has performed alongside Bill Monroe, Jimmy Martin, and many others. His conversation with James ranges from his growing up in Michigan, how Knott’s Berry Farm spurred his childhood...

Duration:00:44:09

042 - Dave Rude

1/12/2021
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...

Duration:00:33:24

041 - Daniel Donato

12/30/2020
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

Duration:00:21:42

040 - Johnny Hatton

12/14/2020
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,...

Duration:01:10:51

039 - Lyle Workman

12/1/2020
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...

Duration:00:42:41