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Jeremie Albino: An Old Soul In A New Age

Toronto native Jeremie Albino grew up on the blues. The 26-year-old is an old soul in a new age. Albino cites Lightnin Hopkins, Skip James, and Big Bill Broonzy as some of his biggest influences. On August 9th, Albino will release his debut album, Hard Time. Albino sat down for an interview with Blues Rock […]

Hannah Wicklund: Born To Rock and Roll

Hannah Wicklund is a 22-year-old guitar phenom and while she may be young, Wicklund has been playing shows for 13 years. Wicklund sat down for an interview with Blues Rock Review Editor-in-Chief Pete Francis to share her story.

Supersonic Blues Machine: Road Chronicles: Live! Review

Supersonic Blues Machine may have slipped under the radar of casual rock fans, but most will have heard some of their members’ sounds and influences on other recordings. Drummer Kenny Aronoff and multi-instrumentalist and producer Fabrizio Grossi return with newcomer Kris Barras rounding out the core trio. On Road Chronicles: Live!, they select a few […]

Watch the Allman Betts Band perform “All Night” live at Summerfest

Watch the Allman Betts Band perform “All Night” at Summerfest in Milwaukee. The track is featured on the Allman Betts Band’s debut album, Down To The River.

Joanne Shaw Taylor Interview

Joanne Shaw Taylor’s 2019 release, Reckless Heart, was a raw blast of pure blues rock energy. The album had a lot of high points, but one of the highest was her tone, which she accomplished without any guitar effects. It was a brave move, but also a smart one, as it allowed us to hear […]

Watch Hannah Wicklund perform “Mama Said” at Summerfest

Hannah Wicklund and the Steppin Stones left a lasting impression with a raucous 45 minute set at Summerfest in Milwaukee. The band closed out its set at the world’s largest music festival with a stunning rendition of “Mama Said” and Blues Rock Review has the exclusive video.

Hannah Wicklund performs “Meet You Again” at Summerfest

Hannah Wicklund and the Steppin Stones brought rock n’ roll to Summerfest, the world’s largest music festival in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Blues Rock Review was there and captured an exclusive performance of the thunderous “Meet You Again.”

The Allman Betts Band: Summerfest Gig Review

Four days after the release of the Allman Betts Band’s debut album, Down To The River, the group hit the stage at Milwaukee’s Summerfest, which is the world’s largest music festival. Last year, Allman and Betts performed at 3 in the afternoon as the Devon Allman Project. One year later, they were headlining the festival. 

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