Archive for the ‘Interviews’ Category

Anthony Gomes Interview

Blues Rock Review caught up with Anthony Gomes on tour to discuss anything and everything blues rock, plus why Anthony’s next album could be his best.

Blues Traveler Interview: Chan Kinchla

Chan Kinchla has been a member of the blues rock band “Blues Traveler” since its inception back in the mid 1980’s, 30 years ago. Kinchla, John Popper, Brenden Hill and Bobby Sheehan, formed the band as “Blues Traveler” in 1987, in Princeton, New Jersey. In 1994, Blues Traveler released its fourth album titled Four and it […]

Sonny Landreth Interview

Few concerts are more career affirming for musicians than those they perform before a cheering home crowd. For his new live album Recorded Live in Lafayette, zydeco bluesman Sonny Landreth played in his hometown of Lafayette, Louisiana for three consecutive nights at the Acadiana Center for the Arts, dusting off older hits like “Creole Angel” […]

Richie Kotzen: Salting Earth Interview

Last month, Richie Kotzen released his 21st studio album, Salting Earth. Kotzen is currently in the midst of a worldwide tour to promote the album and spoke with Blues Rock Review about his creative process for the record and more.

Rival Sons Interview: Michael Miley

Rival Sons has toured mightily around the world for years in pursuit of an enthusiastic fan base. Though the Sons have had difficulty establishing a large following in the United States (like most other blues-influenced rock ‘n roll bands these days), the four-piece is popular in Europe and recently had the chance to play for […]

Michael Lemmo Interview

It’s amazing to take stock of the sheer number of artists recording music today – some influenced by Muddy Waters, others by the King, and others still who find inspiration in musicians three generations removed from the decade in which rock ‘n roll began. Michael Lemmo is a guitarist, singer and songwriter who seems to […]

Little Hurricane Interview

The San Diego-based Little Hurricane, a self-described “dirty blues” duo eager to explore beyond the genre that intrigued them when they first came together in 2010, celebrated the release of their third studio album Same Sun Same Moon last Friday, April 14. Recorded in multiple locations throughout California by bandmates Anthony “Tone” Catalano and Celeste “C.C.” Spina, Same […]

Jon Lantic Interview

Jon Lantic is a South African musician who recently released his self-titled debut album. Lantic had previously been a member of the garage rock duo, The Parlor Vinyls. Blues Rock Review caught up with Lantic to discuss his debut album and more. 

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