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17 February, 2015
Walter Trout announces return to stage
Following recovery from successful liver transplant
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10 February, 2015
Grammy Awards 2015 - Country/Folk winners
The winners of this year's Grammy Awards were announced on February 8
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6 February, 2015
Striking Matches announce UK dates May 2015
Striking Matches are returning to the UK this May following on from their debut headline shows at the Borderline last year
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Atkin Guitars and the Buddy Holly Foundation team up
Guitar maker Alistair Atkin speaks to Maverick about the company's new Buddy Holly themed guitar
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Delgado Guitars Interview
We took some time to find out more about Manuel Delgado's latest creation and where the Delgado name differs from many other guitar ‘manufacturers.’
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The Vintage V52 Icon guitar
The Vintage V52 Icon guitar is one of the vast range of Vintage electric and acoustic guitars, banjos, ukuleles and other fretted instruments
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5 free signed copies of John & Jacob's debut album
JOHN & JACOB RECENTLY TOURED THE UK WITH WHICH MAVERICK COVER ARTIST?
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Win tickets to see Dolly Parton!
Thanks to Gala Bingo you can win tickets to see Dolly Parton at the London O2, June 28 2014
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Glen Campbell Country Boy Guitar
Any Maverick subscriptions until the end of June will be entered into a prize to win A Glen Campbell Country Boy Guitar
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From The Editor...

Happy New Year!

Life as an artist is harder, I think, than most of us know. Surviving in an industry that is getting tougher to be seen or heard in haunts most artists who are either trying to make their way, or trying to stay on top. Consecutive successes really are hard to earn, the potential for failure could be in something as simple as the release of a fellow songwriter in the same month as you. There is no telling, one year to the next, exactly how your career can grow and sometimes you need another person to release your song to finally get the recognition you deserve. Speaking with an artist like Brantley Gilbert will always be a joy. There was no wrong question in that interview, no moment of hesitation, no worry for what was going to be said that shouldn’t be said. His honesty was so refreshing as was his simple work ethic - start from the bottom and build your way up.