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Seesaw, a collaboration between guitar hero Joe Bonamassa and powerhouse vocalist Beth Hart, showcases Joe’s versatile style and takes a glimpse at his inner soul man. Taking the trumpet to center stage, Joe and Beth give a jazzy performance, with funky blues riffs and blaring horns to boot. Hart’s vocals recall an early Tina Turner, [...]
Down in Soho on a typical drizzly Sunday evening in central London, a few hundred hardened blues rock fans crammed into the basement of The Borderline club. They awaited the arrival of one of Britain’s premier talents, Joanne Shaw Taylor. In 2012, Taylor released her third studio album, Almost Always Never, and this gig would [...]
After years of performing as a sideman and session player, Jake Chisholm has burst onto the blues rock scene as a frontman. Chisholm is fresh off the heels of a new album, Diamond In A Coalmine, and we caught up with the Toronto based bluesman to discuss the new album, the blues, why now was the time [...]
If The River Was Whiskey is the sixth studio album from rock veterans the Spin Doctors. Their 20+ year tenure crafted the mature and fluid sound found throughout the entire album that does not disappoint. The album consists of ten songs with no apparent weak point, just continual jam after jam. It is clear these [...]
On May 20, 2013, Blues Rock Review will be launching a new online radio station, available for streaming 24/7 on bluesrockreview.com. The station will feature music from top blues rock acts around the globe.
The a-typical swagger of Little Brother Eli implores the curious ear and the wandering eye; a funky, hard-nosed blues rock rendition. The band exudes an attitude similar to that of the Arctic Monkeys, with riffs recalling the likes of Dan Auerbach. Alex Grew, with his classic crooner tone, delicately formulates each lyric to deliver a [...]
King King is back with their sophomore release – Standing in the Shadows. They are fronted by the powerhouse vocals and guitar skills of Alan Nimmo, one of The Nimmo Brothers. Make no mistake though, this isn’t The Nimmo Brothers, nor is it a cleverly disguised solo project, and it isn’t designed to replace The [...]