Tony Rice's take on “Cattle in the Cane” is not only a good introduction to fiddle tunes, but to flatpicking in general as it covers the hallmarks of the style.
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Barry Waldrep & Friends Celebrate Tony Rice creates a personal remembrance of Rice and his music from a modern country music perspective with star power.
Remembering Tony Rice: Béla Fleck, Richard Hoover, David Grisman, Chris Eldridge, and Bryn Davies Reflect on Rice’s Life and Legacy
Tony Rice redefined bluegrass guitar playing. Here, Molly Tuttle talks to five of Rice’s friends and collaborators about his music, life, and legacy
Molly Tuttle reflects on the life and guitar style of Tony Rice, as well as all the guitar players he inspired with his distinctive style of playing.
Many guitarists flock to Tony Rice because of his jaw-dropping leads. However, Rice’s epic solos are only a small element of what made his music so special.
Here are guitarist Molly Tuttle’s favorite Tony Rice albums.
By Craig Havighurst This article originally appeared in the June 2002 issue of Acoustic Guitar and was reprinted the September/October 2020 issue The Ton... Read More...
Watch Courtney Hartman (of Della Mae) Fire Off a Fiddle Tune on Bourgeois Guitars’ Tony Rice-Inspired OM: Winter NAMM 2017
Inspired by the Tony Rice tribute D-28 Bourgeois Guitars built and auctioned in 2014, Dana Bourgeois (AG's resident Guitar Guru) brings a ne... Read More...
Learn to play the Jon Stickley Trio's unique interpretation of the bluegrass tune “Blackberry Blossom” on guitar.