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Philip Sayce: Scorched Earth Vol. 1 Review

Fans have been waiting a while for a full on Philip Sayce live album and on September 30th, Sayce released Scorched Earth Volume 1. Sayce previously released a half live album with Ruby Electric. Scorched Earth features seven tracks recorded live on tour at the Silver Dollar Room in Toronto. And fret not, while the album […]

Glenn Hughes: Resonate Review

On November 4th, Glenn Hughes released his first solo album in eight years with Resonate. In recent years, Hughes has made returning to rock a focus with groups like Black Country Communion and California Breed. Well, that’s no different on Resonate as Hughes rocks out and rocks hard.

Kris Pohlmann: 10 Years Live Review

Kris Pohlmann celebrates the anniversary of the first time that he stepped in front of an audience at club with the release of 10 Years Live. Stuffed full of his originals off his previous studio albums and a handful of covers we get a glimpse of what a Pohlmann show is like. It’s full of […]

Aynsley Lister: Eyes Wide Open Review

Aynsley Lister’s latest album, Eyes Wide Open, released Oct. 7th is a full on sneak peak into the dressing room of his soul. It highlights the ups and downs of not only his expansive and wonderful music career, but also his life. Lister got his start at 13 and has been working hard everyday touring, […]

The Stonecoats: Poor Boy Blues Review

The Stonecoats are a young blues rock band out of Brandon, Mississippi. The group features guitarist/vocalist Brandon Barnett (25), guitarist Carson Bristow (18), drummer/bassist Leighton Bristow (20), and bassist Ashten Frisella (21). Poor Boy Blues is the debut full length album and is sure to get The Stonecoats on the radar of blues rock enthusiasts.

Devon Allman: Ride Or Die Review

Devon Allman Recorded Ride Or Die in Nashville with Tyler Stokes (guitar), Steve Duerst (bass), Ron Holloway (sax), Bobby Yang (violin), Kevin McKendree (keys) co-production assistance of veteran producer Tom Hambridge who also plays drums. Delivering the impossible, Devon’s latest effort since parting ways with Royal Southern Brotherhood delivers a stunning follow up to his […]

Joe Bonamassa: Live at the Greek Theatre Review

Another month, another release by Joe Bonamassa. We joke, but listeners familiar with Bonamassa know it’s not too much of a stretch. At 39, the guitar legend who cut his teeth touring with B.B. King before his teenage years churns out studio, live and collaborative albums like clockwork, with his most recent, Blues of Desperation, […]

Down and Outlaws: Above Snakes Review

With their debut album recently hitting the shelves, Down and Outlaws have thrown down the gauntlet for their future selves. Based in San Francisco, Down and Outlaws finished Above Snakes at Studio 606 with a grueling weeklong session of slightly warm beer and stale Doritos. Which isn’t very filling, but somehow the music sustains you. […]

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