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  • Jimmie Vaughan announces “Baby, Please Come Home” 12 maart 2019
    AUSTIN, Texas — When it comes to the blues today, there are a handful of guiding lights to make sure the music stays true to its powerful source. The sound of pleasure and pain that first sparked musicians to create such a sound is a force that can never be underestimated. The mojo has to […]
    Pete Francis
  • Joe Bonamassa announces summer tour 12 maart 2019
    Two-time GRAMMY-nominated blues-rock titan Joe Bonamassa announces tour dates for summer 2019 in support of his all-original studio album Redemption (J&R Adventures), which was released last September. New tour dates will go on sale Friday March 15th and will be available at tour follows an astounding 30+ shows already this year and will be capped off with Joe’s inaugural Keeping the Blues […]
    Pete Francis
  • King King announce Andrew Scott as new drummer 12 maart 2019
    King King, the Glaswegian Blues Rockers, who have been going from strength to strength in recent years, are pleased to announce their new drummer ANDREW SCOTT. A favored session player for many years and a graduate of Berklee College Of Music in Boston, MA, Scottish born and bred Andrew has toured with the likes of Paul […]
    Pete Francis
  • Robin Trower releases “Coming Closer To The Day” trailer 7 maart 2019
    Robin Trower has released a trailer for his upcoming album, Coming Closer To The Day, available March 22.
    Pete Francis
  • Wayne Proctor leaving King King 5 maart 2019
    Less than two months after bassist Lindsay Coulson announced he would be departing from King King, drummer Wayne Proctor is now leaving the band. King King announced the move on its Facebook page, “Drummer Wayne Proctor is to move on from King King to pursue other interests. We would like to thank him for all […]
    Pete Francis
  • Steve Cropper Interview 5 maart 2019
    Steve Cropper began his professional career in the late 1950s and as a member of the Mar-Keys he played on “Last Night,” which appeared on Chess Records’ first L.P. release and was a radio hit. He was the guitarist for Booker T & the MG’s, which was Stax Records’ house band in Memphis, Tennessee. Booker […]
    Bob Gersztyn
  • Tedeschi Trucks Band: Signs Review 4 maart 2019
    The Tedeschi Trucks Band has always been a supergroup of sorts. It’s led by singer/guitarist Susan Tedeschi and guitarist Derek Trucks. Both are stars in their own right, Tedeschi for her solo career, and Trucks for his (and for his seminal work reinvigorating the Allman Brothers Band). Signs, the band’s fourth studio album, is an […]
    Steven Ovadia
  • Upcoming blues festivals 4 maart 2019
    Each year, all types of festivals are held all around the globe. Blues festivals are quite popular with music lovers and there are some great festivals that will be coming in 2019. Here are some blues events and festivals worth checking out in 2019. BWRC Colorado River Bluesfest In March of 2019, the Colorado River […]
    Pete Francis
  • JD Simo: Off At 11 Review 26 februari 2019
    Blues rock and jam rock are two separate things. Both can involve a lot of soloing, but there’s something tight and punchy about blues rock guitar playing. The music never strays too far from a theme. And the groove might shift but it never really changes, where jamming is much more open-ended. Both kinds of […]
    Steven Ovadia
  • Seth Rosenbloom: Keep On Turning Review 25 februari 2019
    Keep On Turning is the debut album from Boston based blues rock guitarist Seth Rosenbloom. The album was produced by Josh Smith at Smith’s studio in Reseda, California. Keep On Turning features six originals and three covers. Some of the originals are co-writes with Sonya Rae Taylor. The album opens with the title track, a […]
    Pete Francis