Beth Hart announces “War In My Mind”

The Grammy nominated singer-songwriter Beth Hart will be releasing her brand new studio album War In My Mind on 27th September via Provogue and, following the stunning sold out performance at the Royal Albert Hall, London in May 2018, she will be bringing her band back for a January-February 2020 UK & Ireland tour. The tour will begin in Dublin and travel through Belfast, Brighton, London, Birmingham, Cardiff, Glasgow, Gateshead, Manchester, Sheffield, Plymouth and finish in Southampton. Hart will also be headlining the Blues Stage at Ramblin’ Man Fair, Maidstone, this weekend, Sunday 21st July.

Blues Rock Review’s Songs of Summer

Summer is heating up and there’s been an incredible amount of releases in time for the summer. Roll down the window and hit the road with these 10 hot summer blues rock tracks.

Eric Tessmer: EP 2 Review

I’m both too old and too married for Tinder, but from what I understand from friends who are single or sketchy, the beauty of Tinder is its immediacy. You see a person’s photo and you swipe based upon a gut feeling. For many, if not most, it’s not an overly intellectualized activity. It’s more a fast reaction to a quick stimuli. The same can be said of an EP. With just a few songs before the artist calls it a day, EPs, like Tinder, often elicit visceral reactions based on a small sample size of data.

Gov’t Mule release “Bring On The Music” live video

Gov’t Mule has released a live video for “Bring On The Music.” The track is featured on the new live release, Bring On The Music – Live At The Capitol Theatre.

Robert Jon and the Wreck: Take Me Higher Review

Robert Jon and The Wreck delivered another impressive release with Take Me HigherTake Me Higher is the band’s 4th studio album in the past 4 years, and its eight, hard-hitting blues anthems hint at a forceful, up-and-coming band. The quintet, out of Orange County, California, has committed to putting on powerful rock shows around the U.S. and Europe, and they have transmitted that energy into their new album.

Artists To Watch In 2019

2019 is shaping up to be incredible year in music and blues rock. It’s also been a strong year for up and coming talent. Here are Blues Rock Review’s artists to watch in 2019.

Eliza Neals: Sweet Or Mean Review

Accompanied by producer and guitarist Ted Horowitz (AKA Popa Chubby), Dave Keyes on keys, Chris Gambaro-Vega on bass, John Medeiros Jr. on drums, Ian Hendrickson-Smith on saxophone, and Michael Leonhart on trumpet, Eliza Neals returns with Sweet Or Mean. This electrifying EP shows off Eliza’s impressive vocals with tracks just as impressive as the rest of her discography. 

Jimmie Vaughan: Baby, Please Come Home Review

Jimmie Vaughan’s musical career has spanned both the blues and rock spectrums. He started as a raw, young guitar player, shifted into the rock influenced Fabulous Thunderbirds and then embarked upon his solo ventures. Baby, Please Come Home displays yet another facet of his talent as a mature, but still vibrant and enthusiastic bandleader. The album reinvigorates fourteen carefully selected blues numbers. While it could be viewed as simply a covers album, Vaughan and his extraordinary band do more than just dust off a couple classics. They take on pieces likely well known to blues aficionados and bend them to their vision of how modern American blues should sound.

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