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His obsession reached fever pitch in 2001 when he saw guitarist Steve Vai live in Dublin.
Birthdays: Billie Whitelaw, actress, 82; David Blunkett, politician, 67; Sandra Bernhard, comedienne and actress, 59; Bjorn Borg, former tennis player, 58; Mike Gatting, pictured, former cricketer, 57; Josie Lawrence, comedienne and actress, 55; Steve Vai, rock guitarist, 54; Jason Isaacs, actor, 51
WORLD-RENOWNED guitar ace Steve Vai has revealed that learning the hard way about life on the road from FRANK Zappa saved him from becoming a ROCK and roll casualty.
Other guests include jazz bassist Christian McBride, jazz violinist Regina Carter, R 'n' B singer Sharon Jones, prog rock guitarist Steve Vai, members of the The Roots, and even Iggy Pop, who sings - sort of - on It Don't Mean A Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing).
Nobody was expecting it, I think they thought they were going to have Slash, or Steve Vai, or somebody like that, and they got Johnny Depp", he said.
THE 11th album by the legend sees him collaborate with Brian May, Jack Black, Justin Hawkins, Steve Vai and Hugh Laurie, who plays piano on If I Can't Have You.
King Crimson guitar legend Robert Fripp and American axe stars Steve Vai and Joe Satriani played an astonishing set to a packed house.
G3 featuring Joe Satriani, Steve Vai and Robert Fripp, Newcastle City Hall