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Marky RamoneThe Ramones' longtime drummer talks punk rock and Phil Spector's intimidation tactics. Gin WigmoreThe Kiwi spitfire explains how it feels to write a cathartic song, and talks about the tracks on her 2015 album Blood To Bone. Hank & CupcakesThe colorful, kinetic duo explain how they cook up songs, including the one named for a boorish TV host. Melissa EtheridgeMelissa talks about her songwriting and guitar influences, and explains how she approaches visceral songs like "Bring Me Some Water" in concert. A/J Jackson of Saint Motel"You're just my type - you've got a pulse and you are breathing." The Saint Motel frontman tells the story behind the song and video. Nick Hexum of 311311's singer tells the stories behind "Amber," "Come Original" and "Down." Dave EdmundsA renowned guitarist and rock revivalist, Dave took "I Hear You Knocking" to the top of the UK charts and was the first to record Elvis Costello's "Girls Talk." Frank TurnerThe British songwriting sensation wonders why musicians are considered sages: "We're obviously idiots." Joe SatrianiThe guitar great gets conceptual on his 15th studio album... without any lyrics! Thomas Youngblood of KamelotSongwriting is a long-distance collaboration for Kamelot, an international band with a dark side. Their guitarist explains how they do it. Brendan Bayliss of Umphrey's McGeeUmphrey's McGee's guitarist and singer, Brendan Bayliss, talks about recording their latest album in just 12 hours in the renowned, Abbey Road Studios. ?The mystery man behind "96 Tears" tells the story of the song (sort of).