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Kris Barras Band: Light It Up Review

Kris Barras is good with his hands. If one has the appropriate ticket, they can still be “floored” by Barras and company, but will likely not have to deal with the after effects of being put to the canvas. Josiah J. Manning, Elliott Blacker and Will Beavis come along to lend their talents in an […]

Danny Bryant: Means of Escape Review

The cover of Means of Escape, singer/guitarist Danny Bryant’s wonderfully enjoyable 11th studio album, features a black-and-white photo of Bryant standing alone on a road, seemingly in the middle of nowhere. He holds his Stratocaster in his hand, not as if he’s about to play it, but rather like he’s bringing it somewhere, carrying it […]

Otis Taylor Interview

With the exception of a nearly 20-year hiatus between the late 1970s and mid-1990s, Otis Taylor has been refining his form of trance-blues music for decades. His records are made carefully and deliberately—the better to drive home the social and cultural messages behind his music. His live performances are just as noteworthy: known for taking […]

Danny Bryant Interview

Danny Bryant is one of the most prolific and hard working artists on the blues rock scene today. On September 20, Bryant will release his 11th studio album, Means of Escape. Blues Rock Review caught up with Bryant to get the lowdown on the new album.

Samantha Fish: Kill or Be Kind Review

I don’t know how Samantha Fish does it. Kill or Be Kind is her sixth solo studio album in eight years. She put out two great albums in 2017 (Chills and Fever and Belle of the West). I keep waiting for her to repeat herself or cut a corner and it has yet to happen. […]

Joe Bonamassa announces “Live At The Sydney Opera House”

Joe Bonamassa is set to release Live at the Sydney Opera House, which features recordings from his 2016 performance. The songs featured on the live album are from his latest studio release, Redemption. Live at the Sydney Opera House will be on available on October 25th. Bonamassa is set to record his new studio album […]

Robert Randolph – Master of Sacred Steel interview

Robert Randolph is a master of pedal steel guitar and is helping to carry on the sacred steel tradition. Blues Rock Review Editor-in-Chief Pete Francis sat down with Randolph to discuss his new album, Brighter Days, carrying on the sacred steel tradition, inspiring the next generation, and more.

Top 10 Rival Sons Songs

It’s been ten years since Rival Sons released its debut album, Before The Fire, and since then, Rival Sons has built a reputation as one of the hardest working bands in rock and roll. They’ve put together in an impressive catalog of music and despite our careful ranking, we know there will be criticism from […]

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