Buckcherry's Billy Rowe is the guest on today's podcast. In addition to his recent work in Buckcherry, Billy played rhythm and slide guitar in Jetboy, one of the pioneer acts of the incredible scene that spawned Guns N’Roses and Poison. Bad timing and plain bad luck meant that despite major label albums, Jetboy never scaled the heights of their peers. But stadium rock’s loss is the guitar player’s gain. After decades as a touring musician and tech, Billy Rowe had shredded guitars and rebuilt them over and over. Recognizing that he had plenty to offer the world of guitar making, Billy launched Rock N Roll Relics in 2005, driven by a passion to hand-build nothing less than all-round amazing guitars. His guitars are seen around the necks of Green Day's Billy Joe Armstrong, Gilby Clarke (Guns N Roses), Rick Nielsen (Cheap Trick), and Bruce Kulick, just to name a few.
Check out Buckcherry on Tour next year in 2022: https://buckcherry.com/tour/
Rock N Roll Relics Guitars: http://www.rocknrollrelics.net/
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