Archive for the ‘Interviews’ Category

Davy Knowles: Three Miles From Avalon Interview

Davy Knowles is back with the release of Three Miles From Avalon on October 14th. Knowles co-produced and recorded the album in Chicago with Anthony Gravino. Blues Rock Review caught up with Knowles to get the lowdown on the new album and the songwriting process behind it.

Philip Sayce: Scorched Earth Interview

Guitar hero Philip Sayce is set to release the live recording Scorched Earth Volume 1 on September 30th. The album features Joel Gottschalk on bass and Kiel Feher on drums. Sayce chatted with Blues Rock Review about the recording, getting back in the studio, and Jeff Healey’s Heal My Soul.

The Temperance Movement Interview: Damon Wilson

The Temperance Movement cannot be pinned down. They don’t want to be – after all, who likes labels? But the real reason the Temperance Movement is not simply a rock group of the blues, Southern or jam band variety is because their music resists the boundaries set by those labels. The band’s second album White […]

The Rides Interview: Kenny Wayne Shepherd and Barry Goldberg

A supergroup can be a tricky thing. Actually, any collection of critically recognized talent – whether it’s in film, music, art, etc. – has the potential to veer into disaster as egos clash and stylistic differences wrestle for dominance. It’s the reason culture critics and consumers react with caution when one such project is announced: […]

Tinsley Ellis Interview

When you think of bluemen, Tinsley Ellis immediately comes to mind. He’s as prolific as they come in the genre. Ellis has been performing for over 40 years and is in the midst of touring his brand new album, Red Clay Soul. Blues Rock Review caught up with Ellis to discuss the new album and […]

No Sinner: Colleen Rennison Interview

Want to meet one of rock music’s most dynamic and gifted vocalists? Say hello to Colleen Rennison, whose leather lunged and spine-tinglingly soulful singing is the calling card of Vancouver-based outfit No Sinner. Since her emergence on the band’s debut Boo Hoo Hoo in 2013, Rennison’s voice has been compared to that of Etta James […]

Dan Patlansky: Introvertigo Interview

Dan Patlansky has been in the blues rock game for a while, but it was the launch of Dear Silence Thieves in 2014 that helped launch his career on the international level. The album was voted the top album of 2014 by Blues Rock Review and since then, Patlansky has toured with Joe Satriani and […]

Supersonic Blues Machine: Lance Lopez Interview

For years, Lance Lopez has been a mainstay in the blues rock scene. With an already prolific solo career, Lopez is branching out as a member of Supersonic Blues Machine. The group featuring Fabrizio Grossi and Kenny Aronoff just released its debut album to rave reviews and Blues Rock Review caught up with Lopez to […]

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