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  • Dirty Streets stream “Distractions” 20 juli 2018
    Memphis blues rock power trio Dirty Streets are streaming “Distractions,” the title track from their upcoming album available September 14th. Distractions is the followup to 2015’s White Horse, which landed #18 on Blues Rock Review’s Top 20 Albums of 2015.
    Pete Francis
  • The Record Company: All of This Life Review 20 juli 2018
    The Record Company’s new album All of This Life landed this summer like a cool breeze on a sweltering day: it’s refreshing, it’s needed and it just feels good. Ever since coming together in Los Angeles in 2011, The Record Company has stood apart from the crowd of blues-hungry musicians as a trio with some […]
    Meghan Roos
  • The Apocalypse Blues Revue: The Shape of Blues to Come Review 20 juli 2018
    I grew up in a ridiculously heavy metal part of Queens, New York. You could be mercifully teased for wearing a Guns n’ Roses t-shirt to junior high, since they “weren’t metal” (and somehow explaining they didn’t claim to be metal just made things worse). A special dispensation was given for the band Danzig, though, […]
    Steven Ovadia
  • Tas Cru: Memphis Song Review 19 juli 2018
    Having never been to Memphis, I guess it’s difficult to define the music from there. But as Memphis is in the title of this CD, it is clearly  a  source of inspiration for Cru. The rest of his band, including Bob Purdy on bass, Dick Earl Ericksen on harmonica, Andy Rudy on piano, and Guy […]
    Clive Rawlings
  • Jonny Lang performs “Don’t Stop” live 18 juli 2018
    Watch Jonny Lang perform “Don’t Stop” live in a Blues Rock Review exclusive video from Summerfest in Milwaukee.
    Pete Francis
  • Waterfront Blues Festival Review 18 juli 2018
    Music festivals have been going on since 1959 when the Newport Jazz and Folk festivals first began. By the end of the 1960s gigantic, eclectic music festivals were common place with landmark festivals like 1967’s “Monterey Pop,” 1968’s Miami Pop” and 1969’s “Woodstock.” The first festivals were a showcase for the roots that pop music […]
    Bob Gersztyn
  • Jimi Hendrix – Always The Best 18 juli 2018
    Jimi Hendrix – There isn’t another name as iconic. Metallica, Motorhead, Prince and the Pretenders have all stated that they wouldn’t have had the careers they’ve had if it wasn’t for Hendrix. What makes this man so legendary and why does he remain relevant, still to this day? His unique sound Hendrix most well-known live […]
    Pete Francis
  • Greta Van Fleet release “When The Curtain Falls” single 17 juli 2018
    Rock and roll upstarts Greta Van Fleet have released a new single called “When The Curtain Falls.” The band is close to completing work on a new album to be released soon.
    Pete Francis
  • Matty T Wall: Sidewinder Review 16 juli 2018
    Western Australian Blues Rocker Matty T Wall released his highly anticipated new album Sidewinder on the 2nd of July (coming after 2016’s ‘Blue Skies’). With the help of Stephen Walker on bass, Ric Whittle on drums, and Gordon Cant on keyboards; Matty T Wall’s Sidewinder is blending elements across multiple genres, most notably Blues, Hard […]
    Pete Francis
  • Stream The Apocalypse Blues Revue’s “Nobody Rides For Free” 13 juli 2018
    The Apocalypse Blues Revue is now streaming “Nobody Rides For Free.” The track is from the group’s upcoming album, The Shape of Blue to Come, available July 20. “Lyrically, the idea for ‘Nobody Rides For Free ‘was written when we saw a hitchhiker on our first tour (a rare sighting in this day and age), […]
    Pete Francis