Chris King Robinson: Tell Me Why You’re Scared Review

Tell Me Why You're Scared

Only 20 years old, Britain native Chris King Robinson is starting to prove himself as a new blues guitarist on the rise. His first EP, Tell Me Why You’re Scared, is five tracks of obvious talent, combining a variety of guitar sounds with intimate vocals.

Leslie West: Soundcheck Review


For his sixteenth solo album, Soundcheck, Leslie West, gives us his take on some of the coolest blues, rock, country, and traditional music from the past one hundred years. This well chosen set demonstrates that Leslie West’s monstrous guitar tone and crushing voice are still going strong. Soundcheck is raw and ballsy and a fun listen from start to finish.

Simo releases “I’ll Always Be Around” lyric video

Nashville based blues rock trio Simo have released a lyric video for “I’ll Always Be Around” from the upcoming album, Let Love Show The Way, due out January 29 on Provogue/Mascot Label Group.

The Sheepdogs release “I’m Gonna Be Myself” lyric video

The Sheepdogs have released a lyric video for “I’m Gonna Be Myself” from the group’s latest album, Future Nostalgia.

Walter Trout: Battle Scars Review

Battle Scars

Battle Scars is the latest release from blues veteran Walter Trout and, with this record, Trout hearkens back to his traditionalist roots while employing some of the fuzzier, crunching guitar effects that have become ear candy for the new generation who count among their darlings such practitioners as The Black Keys and The Alabama Shakes.

Delta Deep: Delta Deep Review

Delta Deep

The self-titled album from Delta Deep is bringing the blues back to the forefront of rock music, reminding audiences why it should not be overshadowed. Formed in 2012, the quartet consists of Phil Collen on guitar and vocals, Debbi Blackwell-Cook on vocals, Forrest Robinson on drums and Robert DeLeo on bass. Collen’s guitar presence paired with Debbi Blackwell-Cook’s vocals is unmistakable magic throughout the album. Duets are scattered through the track list and feature artists such as David Coverdale of Whitesnake and Deep Purple and Joe Elliot, former band mate of Collen in Def Leppard. Both Coverdale and Elliot provide vocals for songs that are Delta Deep’s take on a classic rock track, giving it a new sound.

Jesse Davey: Big Blues Review

Big Blues

Jesse Davey from the premier British Blues band of the ’90s, The Hoax, has been a very busy guy since they broke up producing short films, other artists’ music videos, working with other artists like Ringo Starr, Mick Jagger, and Dave Stewart and occasionally dropping little tracks here and there on Bandcamp.  Lucky for us he has picked up the guitar again to produce a full solo album while teaming up with various vocalists to give us Big Blues.

Jesse Davey releases “The Crow” video

Jesse Davey (The Hoax) has released a music video for “The Crow,” which is featured on his new solo album, Big Blues.

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