• 01:02

    Tom Guerra interview

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    Since the late 1970s, Tom Guerra has been a popular guitarist on the New England club circuit, playing with a host of leading blues, rock n' roll and R&B acts. Influenced by Rory Gallagher, Paul Kossoff, Jimmy Page, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood, Muddy Waters, Buddy Guy, and Joe Walsh, Guerra first gained notoriety after being featured in Guitar Player magazine (3/91). Over the years, Guerra has recorded or played with Rick Derringer, The Dirty Bones Blues Band', Max Weinberg, Mark Nomad, Sticky Fingers (for which Tom wrote and arranged original music for the group's debut cd), The Easton Brothers with Muddy Waters bassist Charles Calmese, Jai Johanny "Jaimoe" Johanson from The Allman Brothers Band, Second Son, Guitar Shorty, Adolph Jacobs of The Coasters, Kenny Aaronson, and The Delrays, for which he received acclaim from Buddy Guy

  • 01:02

    The Sal Sirchia Show "The Mayor of Rock and Roll"

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    Tom Guerra


    Since the late 1970s, Tom Guerra has been a popular guitarist on the New England club circuit, playing with a host of leading blues, rock n' roll and R&B acts. Influenced by Rory Gallagher, Paul Kossoff, Jimmy Page, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood, Muddy Waters, Buddy Guy, and Joe Walsh, Guerra first gained notoriety after being featured in Guitar Player magazine (3/91). Over the years, Guerra has recorded or played with Rick Derringer, The Dirty Bones Blues Band', Max Weinberg, Mark Nomad, Sticky Fingers (for which Tom wrote and arranged original music for the group's debut cd), The Easton Brothers with Muddy Waters bassist Charles Calmese, Jai Johanny "Jaimoe" Johanson from The Allman Brothers Band, Second Son, Guitar Shorty, Adolph Jacobs of The Coasters, Kenny Aaronson, and The Delrays, for which he received acclaim from Buddy Guy.


    In 1999, he formed Mambo Sons with singer Scott Lawson, based upon a songwriting partnership that dated back to the early 1980s. Their debut album, released in 1999, featured guitar legend Rick Derringer. This twelve-song effort contained both new music as well as songs the two had originally written a decade before, and yet was immediately met with very positive reviews.


    Mambo Sons second disc "Play Some Rock & Roll!" (2002) was named top indie release of the year by NYRock magazine, and their third "Racket of Three" was called album of the year in Pattaya Thailand by legendary rock and roll author Mott the Dog. In addition, In 2007, Tom joined the Editorial Board of ToneQuest Magazine following that publication's feature story on him in April of that year.


     

  • 00:22

    Latest Update on Ketogenic Diet

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    In this episode of Epilepsy.com's Hallway Conversations, Dr. Joseph Sirven, Professor of Neurology at Mayo Clinic Arizona and Editor-in-Chief of Epilepsy.com/Professionals, interviews Dr. Eric Kossoff from Johns Hopkins Hospital about latest updates on the ketogenic diet.  

  • 00:45

    Simon Kirke from Bad Company and Free

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    Simon Kirke is a founding member of not one, but two of the most legendary rock bands of his generation. In the brief period of four years, Free became one of the most important hard rock groups of the early Seventies and an influence on many other bands that followed. The group's best-known song is the ubiquitous "All Right Now", perhaps one of the most recognizable songs in the rock lexicon. Along with Free singer Paul Rodgers, Simon Kirke went on to form Bad Company, and that group had a multi-platinum run from 1973 to 1982 that included classics like "Can't Get Enough", "Feel Like Makin' Love", "Shooting Star" and "Ready For Love". Simon joins us tonight to talk about the new Free DVD 'Free Forever', as well as the Bad Copany DVD "Hard Rock Live' and the Bad Company reunion!

  • 01:00

    Epilepsy and Dietary Therapies

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    The Ketogenic Diet, a special high-fat, low-carbohydrate diet, is prescribed and monitored by a physician and nutritionist and can help control seizures in some people. Dr. Eric Kossoff, the Medical Director of the Ketogenic Diet program at Johns Hopkins is interviewed by Patty Shafer, Resource Specialist on epilepsy.com regarding diet and epilepsy.

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