Jared James Nichols has released a music video for “Don’t You Try,” which will be available digitally on June 3rd. The song will also appear on Nichols’ upcoming 2017 release.
Albany Down: The Outer Reach Review
The Outer Reach is the third studio album from the London based Albany Down. Paul Turley, Donna Peters, Paul Muir and Billy Dedman have fused into a very tight and powerful band with their own sound and style of rockin’ Blues in the best British tradition. Produced by Greg Haver and recorded at Modern World […]
Jack Berry: Mean Machine Review
Mean Machine is the second album from Nashville’s Jack Berry following Blues Rock Review’s #2 album of 2013, Heathen Heart. Berry is a Los Angeles to Nashville transplant who plays great riff rock with alt-pop flare that would make Jack White proud. The drums are loud and in your face. The bass hits you in […]
Jeff Plankenhorn: Soulslide Review
Beginning with “Lose My Mind,” Soulslide, the latest effort from singer-songwriter Jeff Plankenhorn opens with a resonant twang and distorted vocals that transition to a steady, light swing rhythm. “You Got Me Hummin’” enlists Malford Milligan, a powerful vocalist who rose to fame as a house-bringer-downer on The Voice in order to paint a picture […]
Henrik Freischlader Trio: Openness Review
After Henrik Freischlader’s last farewell tour with his band and 2014 live album many were worried that it might be the last we would see of Henrik leading a band for a while. Well, it appears that he is back with Openness after a short respite to recharge the creative batteries. For the new album, […]
Prophets and Outlaws: V EP Review
Texas does it better, and the Prophets and Outlaws new EP V is proof. The Dallas based band has taken it up a notch, and created a dynamic set of songs. Listening to it is quite an emotional roller coaster, you have the mood boosters like “Show Me” as an opening track, that does an amazing […]
Ladies and gentlemen, scoot over, there is something fiery in the world of blues, bursting into flames, and sooner or later we’ll all be catching. But do not be fooled, JLH know their way around the field, from the drums to the vocals, it is all quality that only years of experience can provide. Not only does Jane Lee Hooker take on classics, they’ve been influenced by the greatest in Blues and with its debut album, the band flaunts it hitting all the right notes.
Dan Patlansky has released a music video for “The Stop Messin,” which is featured on the newly released album, Introvertigo.
The Outer Reach is the third studio album from the London based Albany Down. Paul Turley, Donna Peters, Paul Muir and Billy Dedman have fused into a very tight and powerful band with their own sound and style of rockin’ Blues in the best British tradition. Produced by Greg Haver and recorded at Modern World Studios, The Outer Reach is their best album yet.
Joe Bonamassa has released a music video for “This Train,” featured on the new album, Blues of Desperation.
Rival Sons’ “Tied Up” is now streaming on YouTube. The track is featured on the group’s upcoming release, Hollow Bones, out June 10th.
Picture this….Dan Patlansky (Dear Silence Thieves – 2014 Blues Rock Review album of the year) and King King (Reaching For The Light – 2015 Blues Rock Review’s album of the year) both on the same bill…. together in frontman Alan Nimmo’s hometown…. with the King King portion of the show being recorded for a future live album release. How could I resist the temptation to make the trip to Glasgow to catch this concert? The good news is that I did not.
British blues rockers The Temperance Movement have released a music video for White Bear, the title track on the group’s new album, which will be released in the United States on July 15th.