Guitarist Jeff Beck will be honoured with the Living Legend Award by Classic Rock magazine at their awards on Wednesday night.
Over the years he's played with some of the biggest names in music.
He formed the Jeff Beck Group with Rod Stewart and Ron Wood, he was in the Yardbirds, he also worked with the likes of Eric Clapton, Roger Waters and Stevie Wonder.
He famously turned down an opportunity to replace Mick Taylor in Rolling Stones in the 1970s and his friend Jimi Hendrix regarded him as his favourite guitarist.
Matt Everitt met Jeff for a rare interview and asked him about the guitar records that changed his life:
The Classic Rock Roll Of Honour will be held at London's Roundhouse on 9 November, hosted by Kiss frontman Gene Simmons.
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