Jared James Nichols Interview (Podcast)

Wisconsin-bred guitarist Jared James Nichols joins Rory Auskerry on the Route 66: One For The Road podcast to discuss his new album, Black Magic, available October 27th.

Black Magic is Nichols’ second full-length album and was recorded at The Boneyard in Boston as well as Johnny Depp’s home studio in Los Angeles.

Joe Bonamassa Interview

Joe Bonamassa is a premier Generation X blues rock guitarist of the 21st century. He began his career as a child prodigy at the age of 12 when he opened some shows for B. B. King in 1989. He played in professional bands with musicians his father’s age while he was still in grade school. He has 17 #1 Billboard Blues albums. Along with his solo work, Bonamassa and blues singer Beth Hart have released three albums together. Another side project is being a member of Black Country Communion along with Glenn Hughes, Jason Bonham and Derek Sherinian. BCC’s fourth album was just released and Blues Rock Review’s Bob Gersztyn spoke with Bonamassa about that and more.

Underrated Guitarists (Episode 3)

Episode 3 of Underrated Guitarists highlights Davy Knowles, Tinsley Ellis, and Terry Quiett.

Anthony Gomes performs “Backdoor Scratchin” live

Blues Rock Review recently had the chance to catch Anthony Gomes perform “Backdoor Scratchin” live off his latest album, Electric Field Holler. Gomes also sat down with Blues Rock Review for an interview and shared his guitar collection with us.

One Man Bands

One man bands are on the rise in recent years, especially in blues rock. Here are some great one man blues rock bands worth checking out.

Glenn Hughes: BCC IV Interview

Black Country Communion will release its highly anticipated fourth studio album, BCC IV, on September 22nd. A fourth Black Country Communion album is one many thought would never happen after the band broke up in 2012. Blues Rock Review spoke with BCC frontman Glenn Hughes about how the band came back together, the new album, and the potential for more new music in the future.

The Bad Flowers release “Thunder Child” video

The Bad Flowers, a three piece heavy blues rock band out of the UK have released a music video for “Thunder Child.” The group is set to release its debut album, Starting Gun, in early 2018.

Premiere: Revelator Hill perform “Bad Luck Goodbye” live

In a Blues Rock Review premiere, Revelator Hill perform “Bad Luck Goodbye” with legendary saxophonist Ron Holloway (Warren Haynes Band). The track was recorded live at Lubber Run Amphitheater in Arlington, Virginia during the summer of 2017 and the studio version of “Bad Luck Goodbye” is the opening track of Revelator Hill’s debut album Atlantic Detour.

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