Ty Curtis releases “Blame Me” video

Ty Curtis has released a music video for “Blame Me,” the title track off his latest album.

Joe Bonamassa: Live at the Greek Theatre Review

Live At The Greek Theatre

Another month, another release by Joe Bonamassa. We joke, but listeners familiar with Bonamassa know it’s not too much of a stretch. At 39, the guitar legend who cut his teeth touring with B.B. King before his teenage years churns out studio, live and collaborative albums like clockwork, with his most recent, Blues of Desperation, released earlier this year. Bonamassa returns to the live format on Live at the Greek Theatre, a performance that was recorded on August 29, 2015 in Los Angeles as Bonamassa culminated “The Three Kings,” a tour honoring Albert King, B.B. King and Freddie King.

Down and Outlaws: Above Snakes Review

Above Snakes

With their debut album recently hitting the shelves, Down and Outlaws have thrown down the gauntlet for their future selves. Based in San Francisco, Down and Outlaws finished Above Snakes at Studio 606 with a grueling weeklong session of slightly warm beer and stale Doritos. Which isn’t very filling, but somehow the music sustains you. These boys are loud, brash and unapologetic, but with music like this, you don’t need to be.

Gov’t Mule: The Tel-Star Sessions Review

Tel-Star Sessions

In this the year of our lord, 2016 one of the greatest bands to ever strap on guitars and lay down the rock and roll celebrates it’s twentieth birthday. Gov’t Mule needs no introduction or explanation. This band  kept heavy blues based rock alive while the rest of the world was moshing to grunge, post-grunge, and nu-metal from the mid 1990s to the present. They celebrate their big 2-0 with the release of The Tel-Star Sessions. These “sessions” are the original demos that Warren Haynes, Allen Woody and Matt Abts cut when The Mule first got together in way back in 1994.

Beth Hart releases “Love Is A Lie” video

Beth Hart has released a music video for “Love Is A Lie,” which is featured on her new album, Fire On The Floor, now available.

Eric Johnson Interview

Photograph by Max Crace

It’s been 30 years since Eric Johnson released his breakthrough solo album Tones, the electric-fueled debut that singled him out as the latest guitarist to watch. Johnson spent the decades since steadily building his reputation as a musician with skill and soft-spoken wisdom, almost always accompanied by the shredding and fingerpicking that listeners came to expect from his studio recordings and live performances. On his new album EJ, released October 7 through the Mascot Label Group, Johnson changes all that: instead of plugging in, he goes acoustic, recording most songs live in an effort to reconnect with his lifelong love of folk music and record in a way that’s new to him.

Broken Witt Rebels release “Georgia Pine” video

Rockers Broken Witt Rebels have released a music video for “Georgia Pine,” the title track off the group’s 2016 EP.

Broken Witt Rebels are set to begin a UK tour with King King in November.

Kris Pohlmann announces “10 Years Live”

Kris Pohlmann has announced a new live album, 10 Years Live, to be released on November 18th. It’s Pohlmann’s first live album, which follows 2015’s studio release, Taylor Road, which made Blues Rock Review’s Top 20 Albums of 2015.

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