What do famous guitarists do after climbing to the top of their field, having contributed to literally hundreds of the most influential jazz, rock and pop records of the past 30 years? Well, if you ask Larry Carlton and Steve Lukather, the answer is: They turn up the amps, load their guitar chops with grit and start jamming.

Yes, that’s Carlton, the accomplished studio musician who has long turned out light, groovy, smooth jazz, and Lukather, the singer and guitarist for the definitive late ’70s/early ’80s mainstream rock group Toto.

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