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He was a mighty guitarist

Craig from the venerable Everyone Loves Guitar podcast has put together a tribute to the late Eddie Van Halen. 16 prominent guitar players speak about EVH. That includes our own Steve Morse starting at 51:16 mark.

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Third Stage is out

Flying Colors’ record company has posted a couple more tracks from the latest live release Third Stage: Live In London.

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The story of Frankenstein

Some time during the Whoosh promotional blitz Steve Morse spoke to the Rockin’ Metal Revival show. The interview is now available for listening online. Steve explains how his writing process differs with Deep Purple from his other bands, how he came up with a guitar with four pickups, talks about his influences, how he got […]

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I reckon you’re in

On the strength of the recent interview with Ian Paice, we started digging in the Everyone Loves Guitar back catalogue and discovered a Steve Morse interview originally published in December 2018. This one is over 2 hours long — someone had been doing those long form interviews even before the pandemic! Set some time aside […]

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No one’s gonna buy it, no one’s gonna play it

Guitarist, producer, composer, and pilot Steve Morse spoke to Nashville’s WZTV FOX 17 and resulting interview was posted online a few days ago.

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The drill sergeant you love

Steve Morse spoke to Innerviews, which resulted in an interview that is as interesting as it is long. Set aside some time and read it in full. Meanwhile here is a morsel to wet your appetite — Steve talking about Bob Ezrin: This is the third album in a row Bob Ezrin has produced for […]

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Kayla from the Third Stage

Another track from the upcoming Flying Colors live album Third Stage was posted today — Kayla.

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Paul Gilbert can’t shred

Steve Morse and Paul Gilbert were special guests of Ernie Ball stand at the NAMM earlier this year. We had previously posted a couple of tracks from their performance, but there was another one. And it is a spectacular jam over a tune that was written and recorded in the bad old days, but only […]

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26 if you count

A lengthy (over an hour) and thus very interesting chat with Steve Morse, courtesy of Sea of Tranquility. Dig in!

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Flying Colors — Third Stage

Flying Colors may play only a handful of gigs after each album, but they still manage to release one of them as a live recording. The new installment in this lifecycle is called Third Stage: Live in London and is due on September 18, 2020, via Music Theories Recordings. Third Stage: Live In London was […]

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