Davy Knowles announces “1932” EP

Chicago, IL — This April, Davy Knowles will release a new EP titled 1932, presenting a collection of songs performed exclusively on his cherished 1932 National Guitar which he purchased during his first tour of the U.S.  For a candid preview click here.

Eric Gales Interview

When you ask his peers, many say Eric Gales is one of the best if not the best guitar player in the world. On February 24, Gales will release his new album, Middle of the Road. Blues Rock Review caught up with Gales to get the lowdown on the new album.

Bill Carter: Innocent Victims and Evil Companions Review

Bill Carter is a 50 year veteran of performing and songwriting, which is apparent on Innocent Victims and Evil Companions. Bill Carter and his band “The Blame” released the album in early 2016 and the beautifully designed paper jewel case comes complete with an 8 page booklet giving details about the band and the lyrics of all 14 songs. Over the decade’s Carter has released 9 self produced albums as well as having his songs covered by over 200 artists, from Stevie Ray Vaughan to Waylon Jennings. One time Carter even recorded a now lost tape when he and Keith Richards (Rolling Stones) performed a couple dozen Merle Haggard songs together. Innocent Victims and Evil Companions with its captivating lyrics and tight performances, covers a gamut of styles through 14 original compositions.

Thomas Wynn and the Believers streaming “Man Out Of Time”

Thomas Wynn and the Believers are now streaming “Man Out Of Time” from the group’s upcoming album, Wade Waist Deep, out May 2017 through the Mascot Label Group.

Eric Gales releases “Boogie Man” lyric video

Eric Gales has released a lyric video for “Boogie Man” featuring Gary Clark Jr. The track is off Gales’ upcoming album, Middle of the Road, due out February 24th in the UK/Europe and March 24th in North America.

Gary Clark Jr. releases “The Healing Live” video

Gary Clark Jr. has released a music video for “The Healing Live,” which will be featured on Clark’s upcoming album, Live/North America 2016, out March 17th.

Richie Kotzen announces “Salting Earth”

Richie Kotzen has never been an artist known for playing by the rules. And for this ever-adventurous triple-threat songwriter/guitarist/vocalist, that meant putting on the brakes after a nonstop flurry of band-related activity in order to refuel the creative process for the ten heartfelt and hard-hitting songs that comprise his new, vibrant 21st solo album, Salting Earth, out April 14 via his own custom label, Headroom-Inc.

The Marcus King Band: The Marcus King Band Review

From the original three members, The Marcus King Band has expanded to six with a horn section, and with Warren Haynes producing the album on his Evil Teen label they have released their sophomore album, the self-titled The Marcus King Band. To use the band’s own description this is a collection of “soul-influenced psychedelic southern rock” and that could not describe their sound any better.

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