Davy Knowles: Three Miles From Avalon Interview

Davy Knowles

Davy Knowles is back with the release of Three Miles From Avalon on October 14th. Knowles co-produced and recorded the album in Chicago with Anthony Gravino. Blues Rock Review caught up with Knowles to get the lowdown on the new album and the songwriting process behind it.

Glenn Hughes releases “Heavy” music video

Glenn Hughes has released a music video for his new single, “Heavy,” which features Chad Smith of the Red Hot Chili Peppers on drums. The track is off the upcoming album, Resonate, due out November 4th.

Philip Morgan Lewis releases “Grief Harbour” video

UK based blues rocker Philip Morgan Lewis has released a music video for “Grief Harbour,” the title track on the upcoming album due out November 18th.

Philip Sayce: Scorched Earth Interview

Philip Sayce

Guitar hero Philip Sayce is set to release the live recording Scorched Earth Volume 1 on September 30th. The album features Joel Gottschalk on bass and Kiel Feher on drums. Sayce chatted with Blues Rock Review about the recording, getting back in the studio, and Jeff Healey’s Heal My Soul.

King King to release live album

King King Live

King King is set to release its very first live album, King King Live, on October 21st.

“We are excited about King King Live because it’s the first time we’ve ever released a live album. It’s a great testament to how our audiences drive us on to perform to the best of our abilities. The audience reaction to the live performances is amazing. This release couldn’t have been possible without them,” said King King singer and guitarist Alan Nimmo.

Creedence Clearwater Revisited Gig Review

CCR

It was with great anticipation that I attended my first “Creedence Clearwater Revisited” show on Labor Day 2016. Salem, Oregon has been my home since 1986, when I moved there from my original hometown in Greater Detroit, Michigan. Back in hippie times, in 1970, “Creedence Clearwater Revival” played “Cobo Hall,” the largest venue in Detroit during that period. It was during the peak of their success and I attended the concert with my girlfriend on the main floor about 15 rows back and pretty much center stage with an unobstructed view of the quartet, in all their glory as the most successful rock stars of the hippie era, with 20 charted radio hits over a 4 year period. After the Beatles Broke up, Creedence dominated the radio hit charts, until they broke up in 1972. Each of their first 6 record albums was peppered with hits, until their 7th and last,  Mardi Gras, which was released in 1972.

Glenn Hughes announces “Resonate”

Glenn Hughes is set to release a new solo album, Resonate, on November 4th.

Claude Hay: Rollercoaster Review

Roller Coaster

Claude Hay’s new album Rollercoaster is a corn dog wrapped in a funnel cake with a deep-fried Oreo for dessert. The album kicks off with “Burn,” a Cyclone of a blues-pop-rock beast, that doesn’t make you keep your arms and hands inside the vehicle. Soon to follow, “Rollercoaster,” the album’s namesake is a powerful slightly dark and anything but cliché, blues masterpiece.

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