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Bernard Allison: Let It Go Review

Bernard Allison is the son of the legendary bluesman, Luther Allison. I want to get that fact out of the way early, because lineage is always a factor when an artist has a famous parent. But Bernard Allison isn’t just some kind of novelty act cashing in on a famous name, as evidenced both by […]

The Sheepdogs: Changing Colours Review

The Sheepdogs’ new album Changing Colours, out now on Dine Alone Records (U.S.) and Warner Music (Canada), makes the 1970s rock scene sound like it’s alive and well–basically, it’s the Sheepdogs doing what they do best. More than two years have passed since the Sheepdogs released their last album Future Nostalgia, and more than six […]

Hannah Wicklund and the Steppin Stones Review

Every once in a while an artist seems to come out of nowhere and blow away expectations. Most of the time that artist is not 20 years old. Hannah Wicklund fronts the Steppin Stones at age 20 and what’s crazy is Wicklund started the band when she was just eight years old!  In 2017, Greta Van […]

Premiere: Arielle – “Take II”

In a Blues Rock Review premiere, stream “Take II,” the brand new track from Arielle featured on the upcoming album, Mind Lion, which will be released on February 9th and is now available for pre-order. Arielle tells Blues Rock Review about the track, “Take II is a song I pulled out of my old song […]

Eric Steckel: Polyphonic Prayer Review

It’s hard to believe Eric Steckel is still in his 20s because he’s been ripping up the blues rock scene for over 15 years releasing several quality albums and now Steckel is releasing Polyphonic Prayer, which follows 2015’s Black Gold. One thing is for sure, Steckel returns to the blues in a big way.

Leo Fender Book Giveaway!

Blues Rock Review is giving away two signed copies of Leo Fender: The Quiet Giant Heard Around The World written by Leo’s wife, Phyllis Fender, and Randall Bell. Both copies are signed by Phyllis Fender and Randall Bell. The book provides insight into the life of Leo Fender, who invented the electric guitar and the famous Fender […]

Beth Hart and Joe Bonamassa: Black Coffee Review

Beth Hart & Joe Bonamassa fans need wait only a little while longer for their third studio album Black Coffee. For those who have followed the grammy nominated duo for Don’t Explain and Seesaw, Black Coffee’s highly anticipated January 26th release date will seem much farther away than a number of days.

Artist Picks: Favorite Albums of 2017

Last month we revealed our Top 20 Albums of 2017 list. This month Blues Rock Review caught up with some of the genre’s finest artists to get their picks for their favorite albums of 2017.

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