2016 is almost in the books and there have certainly been some great live albums released. The Blues Rock Review staff breaks down the Top 5 live albums of 2016.
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Guitar extraordinaire and singer/songwriter Richie Kotzen has had quite the career. He’s released 20 solo albums with another on the way in 2017. Kotzen is a currently a member of The Winery Dogs supergroup with Mike Portnoy and Billy Sheehan and with so many great songs over the years, Blues Rock Review decided to tackle […]
The holiday season is here and 2016 has sure delivered as one of the best years of blues rock music in recent memory. If you’re looking for a great gift, BRR has you covered with some great ideas for the blues rock fan and all sorts of musical personalities.
Fans have been waiting a while for a full on Philip Sayce live album and on September 30th, Sayce released Scorched Earth Volume 1. Sayce previously released a half live album with Ruby Electric. Scorched Earth features seven tracks recorded live on tour at the Silver Dollar Room in Toronto. And fret not, while the album […]
On Wednesday, December 14, Blues Rock Review will reveal the Top 20 Albums of 2016! Place your votes for your favorite studio albums from 2016 and count for 50% of the vote! The remaining 50% will be voted on by the staff of Blues Rock Review. Blues Rock Review will release its Top 20 Albums of […]
Glenn Hughes is known as the “voice of rock.” This month, Hughes released his first solo album in eight years with Resonate. Blues Rock Review Editor-in-Chief Pete Francis caught up with Hughes to discuss the new album, shed light on the upcoming Black Country Communion record and more.
Aynsley Lister’s latest album, Eyes Wide Open, released Oct. 7th is a full on sneak peak into the dressing room of his soul. It highlights the ups and downs of not only his expansive and wonderful music career, but also his life. Lister got his start at 13 and has been working hard everyday touring, […]
Devon Allman Recorded Ride Or Die in Nashville with Tyler Stokes (guitar), Steve Duerst (bass), Ron Holloway (sax), Bobby Yang (violin), Kevin McKendree (keys) co-production assistance of veteran producer Tom Hambridge who also plays drums. Delivering the impossible, Devon’s latest effort since parting ways with Royal Southern Brotherhood delivers a stunning follow up to his […]