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Keith Richards reveals the one guitar he couldn’t live without September 16, 2016

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One of my favorite magazines and websites had this blog posting by on July 14, 2016. I thought it was pretty cool and simple.

Over his five-and-a-half decade career with The Rolling Stones, Keith Richards has built up a fair old collection of guitars, but as part of his Ask Keith video series, the guitar icon has revealed which is his absolute fave.

The answer is, of course, his Fender Telecaster, “just because I know him so well, and we’re married”.

Keef doesn’t specify which Telecaster he’s referring to, but we’d wager it’s Micawber, the five-string, PAF-sporting Blonde Tele that was given to the Rolling Stone on his 27th birthday by Eric Clapton.

That settles that, then. Oh, and if you want to learn to play a Tele like the man himself, consult our Keith Richards-style open G tuning lesson.

So now you know what Keith Richards fav axe is, what is yours?

Dont forget to stop on over and listen to some new music at markallanwolfe.com you might be a little surprised at what you find!

Eric Clapton More 25 Years Sober: “I Must Still Have Something To Do” July 25, 2014

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Eric Clapton

Eric Clapton

Not only has he won a staggering 18 Grammy awards, he writes his own music and plays his own instruments.

Such an incredible musician and entertainer, Clapton has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on three separate occasions, once as a member of Cream, another time as a member of The Yardbirds, and last as a solo artist in his own right.

In fact, Clapton is the only musician to have this distinction as a three time Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee.

Clapton is otherwise known for a bevy of hits, including Layla and Tears in Heaven. The latter, Tears in Heaven, was inspired by the death of Clapton’s four year old son Connor. Connor fell to his death from the 53rd floor apartment of a friend of his mother.

Clearly tormented and distraught over Connor’s tragic death, Clapton wrote Tears In Heaven to help him process the death of Connor. The song turned out to be the biggest hit of Clapton’s career and garnered him numerous awards, including a Grammy award for song of the year.

Ironically, Clapton got sober just five years before Connor’s death.

Prior to the time that Clapton decided to get sober in 1987, he was addict and alcoholic, addicted to heroin and alcohol, crashed cars, attempted suicide more than once, survived growing up in a broken home and dealt with a litany of health problems.

Here is a song called Climb This Mountain inspired by dealing with personal problems you might enjoy while you read. I wrote it many years ago. More songs at the bottom of blog!

As mentioned above, he attempted suicide many times…..”the only thing that stopped me was the realization that if I were dead I would not be able to drink anymore.”

Fast forward to 2013, Clapton is nearly 26 years clean and sober despite suffering the death of his child six years into sobriety. Clapton, speaking publicly, on several occasions has credited his sobriety with not only aiding him in surviving tragedy but aiding in his self-awareness.

Since getting clean and sober, not only has he penned the biggest song of his career, he has written a book and released several successful CDs.

Congratulations on 25 years of sobriety Clapton. We can’t wait to see what you will produce during the next 25 years.

To all the newly sober people out there, not that it has to be this way but let Clapton be an example of what you can face, overcome and remain clean and sober through.


 

If you would like to learn a little bit more as to what happened in my life many years ago,  I invite you to check out my TESTIMONY page. I know that everyone has something that they deal with, either alchol, drugs, food, co dependency what ever all I know is if we are honest with one another there is hope for the wounded heart.

I also invite you to write me your story or email me questions if you have any about anything concerning my testimony or perhaps this blog posting?

There is also alot more over at this one website I discovered. I do not know about them a lot I only know I read a few articles there. THey encouraged me ans they may aslo you. check them out at http://www.recoverynowtv.com

Listen to some music while you read? Discover something new!

 

 

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