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Runnin' With the Dweezil

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Premier Guitar and guitarist extraordinaire Dweezil Zappa, son of the legendary composer/guitarist Frank Zappa, have joined efforts to celebrate the life of this generation’s most influential guitarist, Edward Van Halen. Already months in the making prior to Van Halen’s untimely October 6 passing, the joint endeavor is a new podcast partnership in which, each week, host Zappa will invite a different guitar luminary to open up about their encounters with Edward Van Halen and his music.
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Heavy funk, slide guitar, bluesy grooves, and drop-D riffs—Extreme’s Nuno Bettencourt and Dweezil Zappa x-ray the unpredictable bones of Van Halen's classic, Fair Warning. Presented by http://walrusaudio.com (Walrus Audio) To hear the full episode subscribe here: http://bitly.com/DweezilVHPod  (http://bitly.com/DweezilVHPod ) A portion of the proceeds will go to benefit Mr. Holland's Opus Foundation (https://www.mhopus.org) and Feeding America (http://feedingamerica.org).
Diamond Dave on guitar, Nicolette Larsen on vocals, and a raging thunderstorm—Dweezil and Blues Saraceno dissect “Could This Be Magic,” from their deep dive into Women and Children First. To hear the full episode subscribe here: http://bitly.com/DweezilVHPod  (http://bitly.com/DweezilVHPod ) A portion of the proceeds will go to benefit Mr. Holland's Opus Foundation (https://www.mhopus.org) and Feeding America (http://feedingamerica.org).
Blues Saraceno on how EVH made solid-gold riffs with raw noise and took Van Halen to a deeper, textured sound on Women and Children First. To hear the full episode subscribe here: http://bitly.com/DweezilVHPod  (http://bitly.com/DweezilVHPod ) A portion of the proceeds will go to benefit Mr. Holland's Opus Foundation (https://www.mhopus.org) and Feeding America (http://feedingamerica.org).
The shed master talks about how EVH ignited his playing, and his latest hobby: playing David Lee Roth’s vocal lines on guitar. To hear the full episode subscribe here: http://bitly.com/DweezilVHPod  (http://bitly.com/DweezilVHPod ) A portion of the proceeds will go to benefit Mr. Holland's Opus Foundation (https://www.mhopus.org) and Feeding America (http://feedingamerica.org).
The former David Lee Roth sideman recalls being blown away by, and then transcribing, EVH’s virtuosic arrangement—though he’s never actually played it. To hear the full episode subscribe here: http://bitly.com/DweezilVHPod  (http://bitly.com/DweezilVHPod ) A portion of the proceeds will go to benefit Mr. Holland's Opus Foundation (https://www.mhopus.org (https://www.mhopus.org)) and Feeding America (http://feedingamerica.org (http://feedingamerica.org)). Presented by http://walrusaudio.com (Walrus Audio)
After 30 years, Dweezil and Steve Vai finally work out the missing details of how EVH showed up at the Zappa compound. SUBSCRIBE HERE: http://bitly.com/DweezilVHPod  (http://bitly.com/DweezilVHPod ) A portion of the proceeds will go to benefit https://www.mhopus.org (Mr. Hollands Opus Foundation) and https://www.feedingamerica.org (Feeding America).
http://bitly.com/DweezilVHPod (Subscribe here to hear the full episodes!) From Van Halen’s electrifying 1978 debut on through the Sammy Hagar and Gary Cherone years, all the way up to their 2012 reunion with founding vocalist David Lee Roth, Runnin’ with the Dweezil will cover it all. “Our goal was to provide an entertaining, in-depth look at each Van Halen album, seen through the eyes of top guitarists. A song-by-song discovery of the nuances in the music that literally changed people’s lives,” says Zappa. In each episode both Zappa and that week’s guest will share personal stories about the Van Halen albums that affected their own development as a musician. You’ll also hear guests’ accounts of their unique brushes with EVH himself. 
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