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Soul crushing in Milan

A new episode of Paicey’s Tales from the Bar. “This episode contains a stripper!”

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Big band rock’n’roll

If you liked the latest installment of Tales from the Bar, you gonna love this one. Nearly an hour of Paicey telling stories from his illustrious career for the Everyone Loves Guitar podcast:

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That was an improvement

Paicey’s Drumtribe is back after a brief hiatus with the next installment of Tales from the Bar — the early morning edition.

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Whoosh track by track

Ian and Ian give a track by track overview of the new album. It’s a 17-minute crash course into the lyrical universe of Whoosh for those who do not follow Caramba’s wordography.

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Absent friends

Paicey reminisces about some guitar players he’d been working with and who are no longer with us — Randy California, Tommy Bolin, and Gary Moore.

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No reason why there shouldn’t be

Ultimate Classic Rock has a Whoosh feature built around an interview with Paicey. The takeaway message is that despite And the Address being intended to close the full circle, this might not be the last Deep Purple album after all: It might not be the last record. We’ve got all of this dead time. We […]

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What you see is not necessarily what you hear

In the new installment on his channel Drumtribe, Paicey talks about click tracks and the editing wizardry that goes into a studio recording.

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Virtual masterclass with Paicey

Ian Paice will take part in a Rock’n’Roll Fantasy Camp virtual masterclass this Saturday, August 22, at 1pm Eastern Time. The event will be dedicated to celebrating the legacy of Neil Peart and Buddy Rich. Paicey will be joined by Matt Sorum of Guns n’ Roses fame and Gregg Potter from Buddy Rich Band. It […]

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Between glorious and calamitous

Paicey answers your questions. In today’s installment: Paice Ashton Lord, drum mounts, Don Bosco, The Mule, Knebworth, the immortality of youth, therapeutic drumming, and vintage Ludwigs.

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Creation and recreation

Paicey spoke to Forbes about the new album Whoosh. While he may not have said something groundbreaking that had not been said elsewhere, it’s good to see the band getting exposure in mainstream media (and along with CNN and Fox News that makes as mainstream in American media as it can get). But Paicey is […]

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