First, your reference point. A music video produced before there was such a term. Converted from an original Scopitone 16mm film:

From Rams Head:

Whiter Shade of Pale, photograph of Robin Trower playing guitar

Robin Trower, Procol Harum

Legendary solo artist and Procol Harum guitarist Robin Trower helped define an era of guitar-riff rock with the first four notes of 1974’s “Bridge of Sighs.” Trower has garnered the same esteem and prestige as the great players of the time: Page, Townsend, May, Beck and the lot. He’s been a Fender Stratocaster endorsee ever since Jethro Tull’s Martin Barre let him try one before a gig in the early Seventies, and now has his own signature model – an honor accorded to few.

Robin has been quoted as saying “I still enjoy making music. I practically live for playing the guitar.”

On the heels of the release of Robin Trower’s latest record, ‘Something’s About to Change,’ we are thrilled to welcome him back to Annapolis, Maryland – his first time back since 2006!
Tickets go on sale September 11th for the concert at:

Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts
801 Chase Street
Annapolis, MD, 21401
Doors 7:00 PM / Show 8:00 p.m.

Trower’s website, TrowerPower is here.