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06:14

'Keep It Hid': Intimate, Thrilling Heartbreak

Dan Auerbach, the singer-guitarist for the Akron, Ohio-based rootsy blues-rock duo The Black Keys, broadens his style on his new solo album to include folk, country and even psychedelic elements. Rock critic Ken Tucker has a review.

Review
08:38

Pretty Things: 'Come See Me'

Rock historian Ed Ward tells us about the British band The Pretty Things, a band that was a spin off-of group of the early Rolling Stones. Last year they released the reissue, Come See Me: The Very Best of The Pretty Things.

Review
39:38

Garage Band Leader Steven Van Zandt

A classic 2002 interview with the guitarist for Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band. On August 14 he's hosting Little Steven's International Underground Garage Festival on Randall's Island in New York City, part of his personal mission to revive interest in garage band rock. Van Zandt also has a syndicated radio show — Hard Rock Cafe Presents Little Stevens Underground Garage.

Interview
37:01

Musician and actor Steve Van Zandt

Musician and actor Steve Van Zandt is a guitarist for Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band. He's also recorded solo and has produced a number of records and written songs for other musicians. He plays hitman Silvio Dante in the hit HBO series The Sopranos. He's also now a radio DJ. His syndicated show, Hard Rock Cafe Presents Little Steven's Underground Garage plays Sunday nights on a number of classic rock stations across the United States.

Interview
26:48

A Rock Guitarist Saves Garage Rock One-Hit Wonders from Obscurity

Patti Smith's guitarist Lenny Kaye talks about the new four-CD collection called Nuggets. (Rhino) It showcases some of the most influential garage rock bands in the late 60's following the British Invasion. Kaye compiled the first volume which was released in 1972. He has collaborated with Gary Stewart to expand the collection to a box-set.

Interview

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