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  • Blues Rock Review Album Sampler Vol. 11 announced 18 september 2019
    The Blues Rock Review Album Sampler Volume 11 will be available for free download on Blues Rock Review on September 25th. The sampler features 11 tracks from top blues rock acts around the globe. Track List 1. Allman Betts Band – “Shinin” 2. Samantha Fish – “Bulletproof” 3. Hannah Wicklund and the Steppin Stones – […]
    Pete Francis
  • Buck and Evans announce “Write A Better Day” 17 september 2019
    Buck & Evans are proud to announce the release of their debut album Write A Better Day on 15th November on Departure Records, through Cargo Records. Write A Better Day is the perfect blend of youthful energy and traditionalism, the 4-piece rock and soul band’s debut album features 11 finely crafted songs, including the previous […]
    Pete Francis
  • Martin Harley: Roll With The Punches Review 16 september 2019
    Accompanied by drummer Harry Harding, bassist Rex Horan, and Johnny Henderson on the organ, Martin Harley is back with his newest album, Roll With The Punches. The British guitarist and songwriter recorded this album from a chapel in the woods of Pembrokeshire. With more electronic and rock aspects, the album is an exciting listen that […]
    Sabrina Tian
  • Steve Miller Band Gig Review 16 september 2019
    Fifty years ago I was in Chicago on Spring break after I got out of the army and was going to college on the GI Bill back in Detroit. I was staying with an army buddy and while we were in a blues club in Old Town on Saturday night we saw a poster on […]
    Bob Gersztyn
  • Kris Barras Band: Light It Up Review 13 september 2019
    Kris Barras is good with his hands. If one has the appropriate ticket, they can still be “floored” by Barras and company, but will likely not have to deal with the after effects of being put to the canvas. Josiah J. Manning, Elliott Blacker and Will Beavis come along to lend their talents in an […]
    Willie Witten
  • Joe Bonamassa releases “Mountain Climbing” live video 12 september 2019
    Joe Bonamassa has released a live performance of “Mountain Climbing.” The track is featured on the upcoming live album, Live At The Sydney Opera House, available October 25th. Bonamassa is set to record his next studio album in January at Abbey Road Studios and spoke with Blues Rock Review about that and more last month.
    Pete Francis
  • Danny Bryant: Means of Escape Review 12 september 2019
    The cover of Means of Escape, singer/guitarist Danny Bryant’s wonderfully enjoyable 11th studio album, features a black-and-white photo of Bryant standing alone on a road, seemingly in the middle of nowhere. He holds his Stratocaster in his hand, not as if he’s about to play it, but rather like he’s bringing it somewhere, carrying it […]
    Steven Ovadia
  • Ben Morrison: Old Technology Review 11 september 2019
    Ben Morrison, who has seen success as the band leader of folk, bluegrass fusion Brothers Comatose, is seeking success as a solo artist with his debut album, Old Technology. The album, which was released on August 30th, highlights the Northern Californian’s unique songwriting, dynamic vocals and crisp guitar playing. The album opens with the title […]
    Spencer Rubin
  • Otis Taylor Interview 10 september 2019
    With the exception of a nearly 20-year hiatus between the late 1970s and mid-1990s, Otis Taylor has been refining his form of trance-blues music for decades. His records are made carefully and deliberately—the better to drive home the social and cultural messages behind his music. His live performances are just as noteworthy: known for taking […]
    Meghan Roos
  • Third annual Allman family revival announced 9 september 2019
    The Allman Family Revival will be returning for its third year in celebration of Gregg Allman’s birthday, This year the show is expanding to 3 nation-wide performances. San Francisco at The Fillmore, Denver at the brand-new Mission Ballroom and NYC at The Beacon. A portion of the proceeds will go to School of Rock, to […]
    Pete Francis