Malone Sibun announce “Come Together”

Malone Sibun release their debut album Come Together on Friday 31st January 2020 via Redline Music with distribution by Cargo. Come Together will be available on CD, vinyl, digitally via iTunes and on Spotify. 

Marc Broussard: Revolution Hall Gig Review

After Samantha Fish completed her set in Portland, Oregon on September 24 the stage was reconfigured for Marc Broussard. Broussard comes from a musical lineage since his father, guitarist Ted Broussard is a member of the “Louisiana Hall of Fame” and was a member of the legendary “Fabulous Boogie Kings.” He had his son Marc sit in with the band at the age of five to sing “Johnny B Goode.”

The Magpie Salute: High Water II Review

Rich Robinson and Magpie Salute, a gang of band members collected during Robinson’s time with the Black Crowes and subsequent solo ventures, are slated to release High Water II on October 18th via Eagle Rock Entertainment and Mascot Label Group. This album is the second half of High Water I, released in August 2018. High Water II delivers the high octane guitar and masterful instrumentation expected from the esteemed musicians, and according to Robinson it is supposed to be a seamless continuation of the project. This half, however, occasionally falls flat, resembling a collection of songs left off the more inspired High Water I.

The Blue Stones release “Shakin’ Off The Rust” lyric video

Alternative blues rock duo The Blue Stones have released a lyric video for their new single, “Shakin’ Off The Rust.”

“There are times where I’ve felt I wasn’t good enough, or I didn’t deserve any happiness or success. This song is about battling the thoughts in your head that make you doubt yourself, and coming through with the confidence to make something great,” said vocalist/guitarist Tarek Jafar.

Steve Strongman: Tired of Talkin’ Review

Steve Strongman returns with his 2019 album, Tired of Talkin’. Recording from Nashville and Ontario, the JUNO award winner was accompanied by a group of powerhouse musicians including Pat Sansone on keys, Audley Freed on guitar, James Haggerty on bass, and Dave King on drums. The talent of this group clearly shines through in each of the 12 tracks on the album. 

The B. Christopher Band: Two Rivers Back Review

The B. Christopher Band returns with a large cast of musical talent on Two Rivers Back. With some players having worked together before under the moniker and a few newcomers joining in, there is no shortage of ideas, voices and sounds. Varying instruments, styles and musicians from song to song, the set features a varied mix of blues. While the common thread on all thirteen tracks is the guitar and musical direction of B. Christopher, arrangements generously share the spotlight, resulting in a cohesive and enjoyable group of tunes. 

The Magpie Salute release “Gimme Something” lyric video

The Magpie Salute have released a lyric video for “Gimme Something.” The track is featured on the group’s upcoming album, Highwater II, available October 18.

Ghost Hounds announce “Roses Are Black”

On the heels of an opening performance with the Rolling Stones this summer, and the announcement of upcoming performances with ZZ Top and Bob Seger, Pittsburgh rock band GHOST HOUNDS has announced details of Roses Are Black, their new album out November 5th, 2019.  Featuring guest appearances by Slash, Kenny Aronoff, Reese Wynans, and Michael Rhodes, ‘Roses Are Black’ was crafted by founder and guitarist Thomas Tull, alongside producing and songwriting partners David Grissom and Kevin Bowe. The album was mixed by six-time Grammy Award-winning producer Vance Powell (Chris Stapleton, The White Stripes, Danger Mouse, Arctic Monkeys, Kings of Leon) and engineered by Eddie Kramer (Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin).

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