Kansas with Kerry Livgren KC 2001.avi

Kansas Wheatfest III April 2001 Ameristar Casino Kerry with his white “Zion” Phil Ehart Drums Robby Steinhardt Violin and vocals Steve Walsh Vocals and Keys …

Downloadable sheet music: Hold On – Kerry Livgren

Hold On – Kansas (Piano Cover)

Hold On piano cover by skihag1, Hold On, Kansas, Kerry Livgren Kansas.

Dio Fans-What do you think of this collaboration? This is from Kerry Livgrens (member of Kansas) Seeds of Change album where Ronnie sang on two of the tracks. I think the vocals are great but the music on the first track does not seem to hold up much. The keyboard reminds of Atari music. Opinions?youtube.com/watch?v=3QmJvcc6SFAyoutube.com/watch?v=pK1nky3yBHw&feature=relatedall in all it is a great album for Kansas as well as Dio fans

Downloadable sheet music: Hold On – Kerry Livgren

That was not to bad. Ilove Dio. He isone of the gods of not only heavy metal but rock and roll as a whole

To be honest it’s the first time I’ve heard either song. I think it’s a nice combo and not as far fetched as some people might think. Neither person I would consider a stranger to progressive music. Kansas was the premier American progressive rock band of the 70’s. Dio was with Rainbow in the 70’s, which I would consider progressive, certainly heavier than Kansas. Seems like an album I definately would consider trying to find or download.

Underrated Guitarists? Who are some of your favorite guitarists that you consider underrated? The first one that comes to mind for me is Steve Howe.
probably my favorite is Paul Gilbert, he can do things no one else can do, and he writes some amazing music. check it out

prince. guitarists for bullet for my valentine have some sick riffs, especially from the poison album. duo from trivium is pretty impressive as well. mark morton and willie adler from lamb of god. dave mustaine

I never hear people ever talk about Eric Johnson. I think he’s great and has a pretty good voice too!

Rory GallagherRichard ThompsonJorma Kaukonen (Jefferson Airplane, Hot Tuna)Kim Simmonds (Savoy Brown)Curt Kirkwood (The Meat Puppets)

Alex Lifeson of RushEdit: Stella. A few of the guitarists you mentioned are seen as guitar gods. Tom Morello?

Nice choice Joker and from others as well. Saw YES back in the 70’s, front row and he was incredible. One of my best concerts EVER!Frank ZappaJerry GarciaFrank MarinoRandy RhodesRonnie MontroseRobert RandolphTom MorelloSteve Vai*peacefrog. I guess I’m trying to understand what your concern is but on Y!A when have you seen any of these artist discussed? Really? Who discusses Ronnie Montrose on this site? I know Rush is discussed all the time on this site, so Alex Lifeson? Yes, to us “older” folks, my list may be seen as guitar gods status, but I’d like to think I can get others to discover these great musicians instead of “ranking” on fellow participants. As far as Tom Morello, I not a big RATM fan but he’s incredible and not discussed much on this site either but w/o those who mentioned that band/him on Y!A, I wouldn’t have discovered how good he is. Sorry to have disappointed you in some way. Have a grateful day.

Jimi Hendrix, Eddie Van Halen, Angus Young, and Slash. They are some of my favorites, but no one know’s who they are, it bugs me!

Steve Howe is a genius and an alien ! there are many underrated ones , so here goes a random list of 10 as examples :[1] Peter Greenyoutube.com/watch?v=8FWD2YaF928&feature=related[2] Rory Gallagheryoutube.com/watch?v=-k4iocWURPk[3] Robin Troweryoutube.com/watch?v=0tLsFsGxLmE[4] Tony Bourgeyoutube.com/watch?v=FHQ2cQDH0OU[5] Uli Rothyoutube.com/watch?v=F6996G8rBng&feature=related[6] Leigh Stephensyoutube.com/watch?v=4vFIvVjuoRM[7] Frank Glickenyoutube.com/watch?v=lcrPOI7roVw[8] Walter Rossiyoutube.com/watch?v=vXuWUorExZM[9] Louis Dambrayoutube.com/watch?v=MOeOC16Jm9g[10] Randy Holden youtube.com/watch?v=gTzIbdTYghw***I can’t add more links (site rules) , so here are other ones :[11] Alvin Lee[12] Frank Marino[13] John McLaughlin[14] Ron Asheton[15] Ted Turner[16] Scott Gorham[17] Gary Moore[18] Paul Gilbert[19] Paul Kossoff[20] Matt Pike[21] Roy Buchanan[22] Brian tatler[23] Buck Dharma[24] Ry Cooder[25] Frank Zappa[26] Pat Travers[27] Manny Charlton[28] Leslie West[29] Peter Hesslein[30] Martin Barre[31] Johnny Winter[32] Joe Bonamassa[33] Eric Johnson[34] Tommy Bolin[35] Eddie Hazel and many others more .

Roger McGuinn and Duane Eddy.Whenever people talk about guitarists they always brag about Hendrix, I mean he was good but McGuinn and Eddy were just as good if not even better!

Jeff BeckLeslie West, man he wailed in Mountain at Woodstock but he is never mentioned ever.Alvin Lee-Ten Years After

Personally, I’ve never considered Steve Howe to be underrated at all. He has always been recognized for his skills. The same holds true for Johnny Winter, Rory Gallagher, Steve Morse, Al Di Meola, Frank Zappa, John McLaughlin, Alvin Lee, Steve Vai, Jeff Beck, Randy Rhodes, etc etc. No offense to those who mentioned these guitarists in their answers.but they are not underrated. I suppose the term “underrated” can be very subjective. Perhaps the fact that a young person of today hadn’t heard of Johnny Winter, John McLaughlin, or Alvin Lee until 6 months ago makes them seem underrated to that particular individual? Not sure.Here’s a few that I feel don’t get the recognition they deserve.Jim McCarty – guitarist for Mitch Ryder Detroit/Wheels & CactusSteve Hillage – guitarist for Khan, Gong, Mike Oldfield, solo.Eddie Phillips – The Creation (first to ever bow an electric guitar)Tony McPhee – The GroundhogsDave ‘Clem’ Clempson – Colosseum, Humble PieJorma Kaukonen – Jefferson Airplane, Hot TunaPeter Kaukonen – Jefferson Starship, Hot Tuna, soloPeter Banks – Yes, FlashEddie Hazel & Ron Bykowski – Funkadelic & ParliamentDarryl Stuermer – played with Jean Luc Ponty, Phil Collins, etc.Phil Manzanera – Roxy Music/801, soloElliot Easton – The CarsJeff ‘Skunk’ Baxter – Steely Dan/Doobie BrothersGlenn Phillips – Hampton Grease Band/soloAndy Powell – Wishbone AshTed Turner – Wishbone AshLaurie Wisefield – Home/Wishbone AshCaleb Quaye – Hookfoot/Elton JohnRandy California – SpiritKm Mitchell – Max Webster/SoloAdrian Gurvitz – Gun/Three Man Army/Baker Gurvitz ArmyWalter Rossi – Charlee/soloD!ck Wagner – The Frost, Alice Cooper, Lou Reed, etc.Steve Hunter – Detroit, Alice Cooper, Lou Reed, etcPaul Chapman – UFOFrank Marino – Mahogany Rush, soloWalter Rossi – Charlee, soloLeigh Stephens – Blue CheerKazuo ‘Flash’ Takeda – Blues Creation, CreationJohn Goodsall aka Johny Mandella – Brand X, Atomic Rooster, etcLee Pickens – Bloodrock, soloJohn Nitzinger – NitzingerLarry Reinhart – Iron Butterfly/Captain BeyondChris Spedding – Played with many artistsLes Harvey – Stone the CrowsStan Webb – Chicken Shack, Broken Glass, Savoy BrownAdrian Gurvitz – Gun, Three Man Army, Baker Gurvitz ArmyTom Verlaine – Television/soloDominic Troiano – Bush (Canadian band), Guess Who, James Gang, soloAlan Shacklock – Babe RuthRobbie Blunt – Silverhead, Broken Glass, Robert PlantBob Welch – Fleetwood Mac, Paris, soloKerry Livgren – KansasRicky Medlocke – Blackfoot, Lynyrd SkynyrdHarvey Mandel – Canned Heat, Rolling Stones, soloKirby Gregory – Stretch, Curved Air. Stretch also toured the US as the “Bogus Fleetwood Mac” in the early 70’s

Allen Collins isn’t underrated at my house, but I haven’t seen him get any love around here. youtube.com/watch?v=e9C91dQFxjM