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Keb’ Mo’ Interview

Keb’ Mo’ answers the phone at his Franklin, Tenn., home on an early June morning in good spirits. He’s just dropped his son off at camp and finished breakfast—“the regular stuff,” he says. But he’s also getting ready to release his latest project Oklahoma, a 10-track album out June 14 on Concord Records that features […]

Adam Holt: Kind of Blues Review

Country rock instantly sends your mind to the Eagles and Byrds (circa Sweetheart of the Rodeo), but on Kind of Blues, singer/multi-instrumentalist Adam Holt serves up a broader interpretation of the concept, delivering country rock songs that are both heavy and poppy.

Philip Sayce new album interview

It’s been nearly five years since Philip Sayce released Influence, but the wait for a new album is almost over. “The record’s done,” Sayce tells Blues Rock Review. We went one on one with Sayce to get the scoop on what influenced the album, who collaborated with Sayce on the record, and more.

Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band: The Traveler Review

The Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band released Lay It On Down in 2017, which was voted Blues Rock Review’s top album of the year. Two years later, Kenny and the gang are back with The Traveler and they aren’t slowing down. Joined by Noah Hunt (vocals), Chris Layton (drums), Kevin McCormick (bass), and Jimmy McGorman and Joe […]

Left Lane Cruiser: Shake and Bake Review

It’s been a solid two years since Left Lane Cruiser released an album, and their forthcoming Shake and Bake will be hitting streaming services just in time to set the tone for a high-octane summer. Set for release on Alive Records on May 31, Shake and Bake may sprint from start to finish with a […]

Christone “Kingfish” Ingram: Kingfish Review

Expectations can be crippling to a young artist. Many, including no less than Buddy Guy, have called Christone “Kingfish” Ingram, age 20, the future of the blues. That’s a lot of pressure for someone younger than the vintage guitars favored by so many of his peers. But on his debut, Kingfish, he lives up to, […]

Philip Sayce and the Guitar: A Life Journey

Philip Sayce has developed a reputation as one of the world’s greatest guitar players by not only his fans, but his peers. After attending an Eric Clapton concert growing up, Sayce felt inspired to pick up the guitar. He has devoted his life to the instrument, but what is it about the guitar that makes […]

Christone “Kingfish” Ingram: A New Generation of Blues

Christone “Kingfish” is a 20-year-old blues phenom. Hailing from Clarksdale, Mississippi, “Kingfish” is quickly becoming the talk of the modern blues world. Ingram is set to release his debut album Kingfish on May 17. Blues Rock Review Editor-in-Chief Pete Francis sat down with Ingram to learn why some are calling him the savior of the […]

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