Top 5 Live Albums of 2016

Top 5 Live Albums of 2016

2016 is almost in the books and there have certainly been some great live albums released. The Blues Rock Review staff breaks down the Top 5 live albums of 2016.

Joanne Shaw Taylor: Wild Review


Joanne Shaw Taylor’s fifth studio album Wild is a solid, modern blues-tinged album that seems to change with repeated listening. Wild is not wild: it’s careful and sometimes cautious, though there are moments of abandon that sneak in. Wild wears in well, rewarding patient listeners more than those expecting an immediate hit.

Aaron Keylock releases “All The Right Moves” video

Teenage guitar extraordinaire Aaron Keylock has a released a music video for “All The Right Moves.” The track is featured on Keylock’s debut album, Cut Against The Grain, due out January 20, 2017.

Ty Curtis Interview

Ty Curtis

Ty Curtis has released six albums and in 2014, his album Water Under The Bridge appeared on Blues Rock Review’s Top 20 Albums of 2014. Earlier this year, Ty Curtis released Blame Me, and Blues Rock Review’s Bob Gersztyn spoke with Curtis about the album, his plans for the future and beyond. 

Joe Bonamassa releases “Bring Back My Cadillac” Christmas video

Joe Bonamassa has released a new Christmas music video for “Bring Back My Cadillac.” Bonamassa is offering fans six free Christmas tracks by clicking the link in the video.

Stream Quinn Sullivan’s “Something For Me”

17-year-old Quinn Sullivan is now streaming “Something For Me” from his upcoming album, Midnight Highway, due out January 26th through the Mascot Label Group.

Top 10 Richie Kotzen Songs

Top 10 Richie Kotzen Songs

Guitar extraordinaire and singer/songwriter Richie Kotzen has had quite the career. He’s released 20 solo albums with another on the way in 2017. Kotzen is a currently a member of The Winery Dogs supergroup with Mike Portnoy and Billy Sheehan and with so many great songs over the years, Blues Rock Review decided to tackle Kotzen’s top 10 songs to date. 

Hamish Anderson releases “Hold On Me” video

Australian guitarist Hamish Anderson has released a music video for “Hold On Me,” which is featured on Anderson’s debut album, Trouble.

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