John Petrucci is arguably one of the most technically proficient guitarists alive today. While he can shred the metal with the best of them, he can also get bluesy, artsy, acoustic and rock with a simple groove.
On the heels of their latest release, Distance Over Time, the Dream Theater founder and guitarist took the time to speak with Jave Patterson about the long history of the band, their early influences, the key to their longevity, changes in the process of making the new album and what's in store in 2019 and beyond!
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