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Artists To Watch In 2019

2019 is shaping up to be incredible year in music and blues rock. It’s also been a strong year for up and coming talent. Here are Blues Rock Review’s artists to watch in 2019.

Waterfront Blues Festival 2019 Review

It’s been 32 years since John Lee Hooker headlined Portland, Oregon’s first annual Waterfront Blues Festival in 1987 and the blues is still very much alive. Proof of that fact can be found in the fact that over a hundred performers annually play a variety of blues styles for four days to an audience of […]

Samantha Fish releases “Bulletproof” video

Samantha Fish has released a music video for “Bulletproof.” The track is featured on the upcoming album, Kill Or Be Kind, available September 20th.

Watch the Allman Betts Band perform “All Night” live at Summerfest

Watch the Allman Betts Band perform “All Night” at Summerfest in Milwaukee. The track is featured on the Allman Betts Band’s debut album, Down To The River.

Watch Hannah Wicklund perform “Mama Said” at Summerfest

Hannah Wicklund and the Steppin Stones left a lasting impression with a raucous 45 minute set at Summerfest in Milwaukee. The band closed out its set at the world’s largest music festival with a stunning rendition of “Mama Said” and Blues Rock Review has the exclusive video.

Hannah Wicklund performs “Meet You Again” at Summerfest

Hannah Wicklund and the Steppin Stones brought rock n’ roll to Summerfest, the world’s largest music festival in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Blues Rock Review was there and captured an exclusive performance of the thunderous “Meet You Again.”

Watch Jeremie Albino perform “Hard Time” live at Summerfest

Watch Jeremie Albino perform his latest single, “Hard Time,” live at Summerfest in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Albino’s debut album, Hard Time, will be released on August 9th.

The Allman Betts Band: Summerfest Gig Review

Four days after the release of the Allman Betts Band’s debut album, Down To The River, the group hit the stage at Milwaukee’s Summerfest, which is the world’s largest music festival. Last year, Allman and Betts performed at 3 in the afternoon as the Devon Allman Project. One year later, they were headlining the festival. 

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