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Banditos: Visionland Review

If you want to be purist about it, then you’d probably need a crowbar to lever Banditos into the Blues Rock category. My advice would be – don’t be purist. Hats off to this six-piece outfit originating in Birmingham, Alabama, for pulling off Visionland – a carousel of genres that’ll have you scrambling in all […]

ZZ Ward: The Storm Review

ZZ Ward returns for her sophomore album, The Storm, which follows her well received debut album, Til The Casket Drops. It’s been five years since ZZ’s debut album and The Storm is well worth the wait. While ZZ Ward has definite pop appeal, she certainly isn’t leaving her blues influences behind.

Sonny Landreth Interview

Few concerts are more career affirming for musicians than those they perform before a cheering home crowd. For his new live album Recorded Live in Lafayette, zydeco bluesman Sonny Landreth played in his hometown of Lafayette, Louisiana for three consecutive nights at the Acadiana Center for the Arts, dusting off older hits like “Creole Angel” […]

Underrated Guitarists (Episode 1)

Blues Rock Review is excited to announce the launch of a new video series highlighting underrated guitarists you need to know. In Episode 1 the spotlight is put on Devon Allman, Tommy Emmanuel, and Monte Montgomery.

The Magpie Salute: The Magpie Salute Review

The Magpie Salute is to bands what the Justice League is to super heroes. Their new self-titled debut album brings together a slightly massive ten piece band including legends like Rick Robinson, Marc Ford and Sven Pipien of The Black Crowes. Adding to the mix a host of vocalists like lead singer John Hogg, former […]

Gov’t Mule: Revolution Come…Revolution Go Review

Revolution Come…Revolution Go is the newest studio album from Gov’t Mule. It’s the first with new material in four years and features Warren Haynes on guitar and vocals, Matt Abts on drums, Jorgen Carlsson on bass and Danny Louis on keyboards and guitar. This is the third studio album with this lineup that has been together […]

Free Download: Blues Rock Review Album Sampler Volume 8

The Blues Rock Review Album Sampler Volume 8 is now available for free download. Volume 8 features nine blues rock acts from six different countries around the globe. TRACK LISTING 1. Jon Lantic – “Message Through Sound” 2. Ash Wilson – “Broken Machine” 3. Rainbreakers – “On My Own” 4. Chase Walker Band – “Red […]

Mollie Marriott Interview

Hailing from the UK, Mollie Marriott is set to release her debut album Truth Is A Wolf later this year. The daughter of Steve Marriott, Mollie mixes classic rock influences with modern sensibilities. Blues Rock Review caught up with Mollie Marriott discuss her upcoming album, the new single “Control,” and more.

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