Archive for the ‘Reviews’ Category

Chris Robinson Brotherhood: Servants of the Sun Review

Servants of the Sun is the “Chris Robinson Brotherhood’s new studio album that was just released on June 14. It features the usual suspects comprised of the amazing talent of lead guitarist Neal Casal and keyboardist Adam MacDougal, along with the driving rhythm of bassist Jeff Hill and drummer Tony Leone carrying the beat. It’s […]

Caleb Johnson and the Ramblin’ Saints: Born From Southern Ground Review

Caleb Johnson is best known for winning season 13 of American Idol. Following his Idol win, Johnson released his debut album, Testify, which was not the album he really wanted to make. Born From Southern Ground (released on his own label) took Johnson nearly four years to complete and the result is one of the best […]

Keb’ Mo’: Oklahoma Review

When Keb’ Mo’ set out to create a new album, he imagined the final product would be an entirely acoustic solo project, not a 10-track album full of guest appearances and named for a state with which he had no personal connection. But in a recent interview with Blues Rock Review, Mo’ explained that he […]

Adam Holt: Kind of Blues Review

Country rock instantly sends your mind to the Eagles and Byrds (circa Sweetheart of the Rodeo), but on Kind of Blues, singer/multi-instrumentalist Adam Holt serves up a broader interpretation of the concept, delivering country rock songs that are both heavy and poppy.

Taylor Scott Band: All We Have Review

Taylor Scott and his eclectic band released their first full studio album in March and will have music fans begging for more. Produced by Los Lobos’ Steve Berlin, All We Have, exhibits a team that is capable of releasing chart-climbing albums. For the past few years the band has been putting on lively performances throughout their […]

Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band: The Traveler Review

The Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band released Lay It On Down in 2017, which was voted Blues Rock Review’s top album of the year. Two years later, Kenny and the gang are back with The Traveler and they aren’t slowing down. Joined by Noah Hunt (vocals), Chris Layton (drums), Kevin McCormick (bass), and Jimmy McGorman and Joe […]

Left Lane Cruiser: Shake and Bake Review

It’s been a solid two years since Left Lane Cruiser released an album, and their forthcoming Shake and Bake will be hitting streaming services just in time to set the tone for a high-octane summer. Set for release on Alive Records on May 31, Shake and Bake may sprint from start to finish with a […]

Simon Kinny-Lewis: A Day in San Jose Review

Simon Kinny-Lewis (SKL) is the full package. If you get the pleasure of seeing him live (either solo with his acoustic guitar, or with his full band) he beams with energy, soul and passion for the music. His vocals have been compared to Joe Bonamassa’s, but his overall style and delivery is unique and peppered […]

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