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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 […]

20 minutes with Joe Bonamassa interview

Joe Bonamassa carries the torch for modern day blues rock and is a model of success for the independent artist in today’s music business. Blues Rock Review Editor-in-Chief Pete Francis sat down with Bonamassa to discuss his career, whether streaming services like Spotify are good for artists, advice for musicians looking to survive in today’s […]

The 40 Acre Mule: Good Night and Good Luck Review

The saxophone was right there at the beginning of rock and roll, from Bill Haley & His Comets to The Coasters to Junior Walker, and while it’s still seen out in the rock and roll wild, I’m always a little surprised when I hear a sax in a rock context. It could be the juxtaposition […]

Kenny Wayne Shepherd headlines Peoria Blues and Heritage Music Festival

Jay Goldberg Events & Entertainment is proud to present the 31st Annual Peoria Blues and Heritage Music Festival on August 30th and 31st at the beautiful Peoria Riverfront Festival Park in Peoria, IL!

Jeremie Albino: Hard Time Review

Born in Toronto, Jeremie Albino’s music came to life in Prince Edward County. His impressive debut album, Hard Time, showcases his unique style, a blend of blues, rock, and folk that fills the ears and soul. Jeremie’s music is truly his own and each and every song is composed of poetic lyrics, captivating instrumentation, and […]

Texas Flood: The Inside Story of Stevie Ray Vaughan Giveaway

Blues Rock Review is excited to be giving away three copies of Texas Flood: The Inside Story of Stevie Ray Vaughan. It’s the first definitive biography of the legendary guitarist. Texas Flood provides the complete story of Stevie Ray Vaughan from those closest to him, including his brother Jimmie, his Double Trouble bandmates, Tommy Shannon, […]

Joe Bonamassa – Champion of the Blues

Joe Bonamassa is a torch bearer for modern day blues and blues rock. Bonamassa has 21 #1 albums on the Billboard blues chart and is considered to a be model for the independent artist on how to be successful in today’s music industry. Blues Rock Review Editor-in-Chief Pete Francis sat down with Bonamassa to discuss […]

Joe Bonamassa confirms new Black Country Communion album

A fifth Black Country Communion album is in the works. Joe Bonamassa told Blues Rock Review in an interview prior to his show in Lincoln, Nebraska that the band hopes to do a new record next year in 2020. A Twitter exchange between Bonamassa and keyboard player Derek Sherinian teased a new album back in June.

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