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  • Kris Lager Band: Love Songs & Life Lines Review 24 april 2018
    On Love Songs & Life Lines the Kris Lager Band moves in a different direction, diverging from their funky, rock- and blues-oriented sound to deliver a more mellow, song-driven album reminiscent of Van Morrison. The album sets the low-key tone early, beginning with “Aurora Borealis,” a pretty acoustic instrumental. The Middle Eastern melodies represent a […]
    Steven Ovadia
  • Jonny Lang: Elsinore Theater Concert Review 23 april 2018
    On Wednesday night, April 11, 2018, Jonny Lang played a sold out concert at Salem, Oregon’s Historic Elsinore Theater. The show began at 7:30 PM, when Zane Carney, Jonny’s second guitarist took the stage and played a forty-five minute solo set on various electric guitars, using different electronic devices. His set was comprised of creative […]
    Bob Gersztyn
  • Joe Bonamassa releases “Plynth” (Water Down The Drain) video 16 april 2018
    Joe Bonamassa has released a music video for “Pynth” (Water Down The Train). The track is featured on Bonamassa’s upcoming release, British Blues Explosion Live, available May 18.
    Pete Francis
  • Brutal Jooks releases “Three-Legged Mare” single 13 april 2018
    Brutal Jooks has released a new single titled “Three-Legged Mare,” which is now available for download. Three-Legged Mare by Brutal Jooks
    Pete Francis
  • Kara Grainger to release “Living With Your Ghost” 10 april 2018
    With sultry, mesmerizing vocals, engaging songwriting talent, and fiery slide guitar work, Kara Grainger boasts an impressive set of skills. This Australian singer, songwriter and guitarist may evoke comparisons to Bonnie Raitt, but she bears a style all her own, a relentlessly seductive, distinctly modern take on roots, blues and soul music. Kara is very […]
    Pete Francis
  • Dana Fuchs: Love Lives On Review 9 april 2018
    It’s tempting to think that the Internet destroyed the music business, but music has always been driven by economics, to a certain extent. When touring became too expensive, the big bands became smaller bands. It had less to do with choice than with salary. But there’s still a place for that large, lush sound. Even […]
    Steven Ovadia
  • Still On The Run: The Jeff Beck Story to be released in May 5 april 2018
    Still On The Run: The Jeff Beck Story documents the history of a musical maverick and true innovator, delving below the surface to shed light on the circumstances, inspiration and technicality behind the man and his music. The film features extensive interviews with Jeff both at home and in his workshop, as well as interviews with […]
    Pete Francis
  • Top 2 must-listen Slash solos 5 april 2018
    Slash, original name Saul Hudson was born on July 23, 1965 in Hampstead, England, to Antony Hudson, a British visual artist and Ola Hudson, a costume designer of African-American origin. He arrived on this planet at a time when rock ‘n’ roll was at its peak. His parents were brilliant in their own unique ways […]
    Pete Francis
  • Dana Fuchs to release “Love Lives On” 3 april 2018
    Dana Fuchs is a Jagger blues-jammer, Otis soul-sister, juke-joint Janis & Sexy Sadie all rolled into one passionate performer and compassionate world class singer-songwriter. Summing up what this new record, Love Lives On, the seventh since her 2003 debut, is all about, Fuchs will say, “Hope and redemption.” A New York transplant, Fuchs went to Memphis to […]
    Pete Francis
  • Steve Hill announces live album “The One-Man Blues Rock Band” 30 maart 2018
    Steve Hill, the one-man band blues rock machine, will release his new 14-track live album “The One-Man Blues Rock Band” on Manhaton Records in the UK on Friday 11h May 2018.  To support the release, Steve will tour the UK in May supporting King King and Danny Bryant. “The one-man band style has made Steve Hill the top star in the Canadian blues scene […]
    Pete Francis