Richie Kotzen releases “The Enemy” music video

Richie Kotzen has released a music video for “The Enemy,” which is featured on his latest album, Cannibals.

Blues Rock Review recently caught up with Kotzen to discuss the new album.

Dan Patlansky releases “Backbite” music video

Dan Patlansky has released a music video for “Backbite,” the lead track featured on his latest album, Dear Silence Thieves, which was voted #1 on Blues Rock Review’s Top 20 Albums of 2014.

Igor Prado Band and Delta Groove All Stars: Way Down South Review

Way Down South

Igor Prado is a self-taught, home-grown guitarist who hails from Brazil. After backing other Brazilian blues acts for years and recording several album under the name The Prado Blues Band, Prado gives us an album four years in the making. Way Down South features a range of guest musicians including the late Lynwood Slim (for whom the record is dedicated) spread over thirteen tracks, clocking in just over fifty minutes, and every single one of those minutes is worth checking out.

Ray Goren: Save My Soul EP Review

Save My Soul

Not since Quinn Sullivan released his debut album Cyclone in 2011 at the tender age of 11 have we seen a blues talent so young. On his fall 2014 EP Save My Soul, singer/guitarist Ray Goren released five tracks that back up what most critics have been saying since he began performing at blues festivals as a preteen: with his age, guitar aptitude, and evident feel for the blues, Goren is a musician the blues community should keep its eye on.

Robin Trower releases “Something’s About To Change” music video

Robin Trower has released a music video for “Something’s About To Change,” the title track off his newly released album.

Rival Sons announce Record Store Day release

Rival Sons will celebrate Record Store Day on April 18th with an exclusive 7″ vinyl featuring two unreleased tracks,  “Black Coffee,” and “Long As I Can See the Light.”

Stream Robben Ford’s “Breath of Me” featuring ZZ Ward

Robben Ford’s “Breath of Me” has been released for streaming. The track is off Ford’s upcoming album, Into The Sun, out March 30th, and features ZZ Ward.

Paul Cargnello: The Hardest Part Is You May Never Know Review

Paul Cargnello

If a harmonica, a rap, and a punk rock tempo ever collaborated in a more intriguing way than on Paul Cargnello’s “Boston Brats,” I have no guess as to what that occasion might have been. Cargnello has cultivated a reputation for sampling genres ever since his first solo record, Lightweight Romeo, debuted in 2002, picking out the elements of blues, punk, folk, and whatever else caught his ear and blending them together in an exotic cocktail of musical madness – and most of the time, it works pretty well. On his latest 12-track album, The Hardest Part Is You May Never Know, released last November, Cargnello’s teasing opening invites music brats from Boston to his stomping grounds in Montreal and all around the world to venture into his sonic enclave once more and surrender static genre classifications to fluid interpretations of musical pairings.

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