In a Blues Rock Review exclusive, stream Thomas Wynn and The Believers’ new track “My Eyes Won’t Open.” The track is off the upcoming album, Wade Waist Deep, available May 19th. Thomas Wynn said, “The idea for the song “My Eyes Won’t Be Open” came from Eastern European lore. I heard once that if you […]
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In 2011, Gary Clark Jr. blasted his way into the public conscience with his electric debut EP, The Bright Lights EP. Since then, Clark has been a poster child for modern day blues rock releasing multiple studio albums and live albums. We break down Clark’s top 10 songs to date.
Jon Lantic is the self-titled debut release from South African musician Jon Lantic. Prior to launching a solo career, Lantic was a member of the garage rock duo, The Parlor Vinyls. Not only did Lantic write and perform vocals, guitar, bass, keys, and more on the album, he produced it as well and co-mixed it […]
Gary Clark Jr. is back with Live/North America 2016, a series of live recordings over his North American tour last year. Having seen Gary Clark Jr. live for the first time back in 2012 I was very much looking forward to this release as the concert I saw him was honestly one of the best […]
Richie Kotzen returns on April 14th with his 21st studio album, Salting Earth. Kotzen has to be one of the most prolific artists out there today. In 2015, Kotzen not only released the solo album, Cannibals, he was also was involved with The Winery Dogs’ sophomore effort, Hot Streak.
Born in Memphis, southern blues man Eric Gales aka Rawdawg, is back with Middle of the Road, which is his sixteenth album and he’s collaborated on countless others. A true professional and child prodigy, (he released his first album at just 16) Gales has been around the block enough times to give a tour.
“Music opens paths for healing.” Whether it’s body, mind or soul, Anthony Gomes believes in this credo wholeheartedly. As the man behind the Music is the Medicine Foundation, a nonprofit he founded in 2010, Gomes has seen it proven time and time again. Now more than ever, he says, people need encouragement and to encourage […]
Slinging dirty blues with just enough pop to be highly addictive, John Bigham brings a little bit of Chicago with him to his current base of operations in Los Angeles. Growing up in Chicago, Bigham didn’t start off playing the blues in fact he began his career by playing guitar and keyboard for punk ska […]