When you ask his peers, many say Eric Gales is one of the best if not the best guitar player in the world. On February 24, Gales will release his new album, Middle of the Road. Blues Rock Review caught up with Gales to get the lowdown on the new album.
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Bill Carter was born in 1950 and is a performing singer/songwriter whose compositions have been recorded by over two-hundred artists over the decades that include, Ruth Brown, the Fabulous Thunderbirds, Waylon Jennings, John Mayall, Robert Palmer and Stevie Ray Vaughan to name some. His roots are from Virginia and his grandfather was A.P. Carters’ first […]
Earlier this year, Beth Hart released Fire On The Floor in Europe and will see the album released on February 3rd in the United States. Blues Rock Review caught up with Hart to discuss the album and more.
Ty Curtis has released six albums and in 2014, his album Water Under The Bridge appeared on Blues Rock Review’s Top 20 Albums of 2014. Earlier this year, Ty Curtis released Blame Me, and Blues Rock Review’s Bob Gersztyn spoke with Curtis about the album, his plans for the future and beyond.
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.
John Mayall is one of the most important influences to nurture and promote new British “blues rock stars,” over the past six decades, and at 82 years of age they call him “the godfather of British blues.” During the mid and late 1960s Mayall put together a number of band combinations that resulted in the formation […]
It’s been 30 years since Eric Johnson released his breakthrough solo album Tones, the electric-fueled debut that singled him out as the latest guitarist to watch. Johnson spent the decades since steadily building his reputation as a musician with skill and soft-spoken wisdom, almost always accompanied by the shredding and fingerpicking that listeners came to […]
Stu Cook was the original bass player for Creedence Clearwater Revival and continues performing the bands legacy with Creedence Clearwater Revisited. He and Doug (Cosmo) Clifford, the original drummer for CCR have been performing as Creedence Clearwater Revisited since 1994 right after “Creedence Clearwater Revival” was inducted into the “Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.”