Mike Mattison to release “Afterglow”

Landslide Records is proud to announce a March 20, 2020 street date for Afterglow, an all-new full-length album by singer and songwriter extraordinaire, Mike Mattison. Best-known for his work with Scrapomatic, The Derek Trucks Band and currently the Tedeschi Trucks Band, with whom he has won Grammy Awards. The result is an eclectic array of original material that is solidly Americana combined with touches of Blues and Rock ‘N Roll.

Ryan Perry announces “High Risk, Low Reward”

Blues musician Ryan Perry, is pleased to announce that he’ll be releasing his solo debut, High Risk, Low Reward, via Ruf Records March 13, 2020.

Like all the great artists, Ryan Perry isn’t afraid to rip it up and start again. Since 2007, the Mississippi bandleader has blazed a reputation in the award-winning Homemade Jamz Blues Band. But when it came to this solo outing, Perry took a leap of faith and trusted his talent to land him safe on the other side. Now, High Risk, Low Reward announces the touchdown of an artist to treasure. 

Stream Albert Cummings’ “Red Rooster”

Albert Cummings is now streaming “Red Rooster,” his take on the Willie Dixon classic. The track is featured on Cummings’ upcoming album, Believe, available February 14.

5 Blues Rock Albums Worth Another Look

As the decade comes to an end, it’s worth looking back at a few great albums that made blues lovers flock online streaming platforms daily. Thousands of blues rock albums were released between 2010 and 2019, bringing us exciting records from different artists.

Félix Rabin announces debut EP “Pogboy”

French guitarist Félix Rabin will release his debut six track EP Pogboy on Friday April 17th.  To celebrate the release, Félix will support American blues rock guitarist Samantha Fish on her UK and European tour which kicks off in at St. Luke’s in Glasgow on February 28th.

Richie Kotzen releases “Devil’s Hand” video

Richie Kotzen has released a music video for “Devil’s Hand.’ The track is featured on Kotzen’s newly released album, 50 For 50, featuring 50 tracks to celebrate Kotzen’s 50th birthday.

Jeremiah Johnson: Heavens To Betsy Review

When you’re making a simple dish, the quality of the ingredients becomes even more important, since they’re doing more of the work. No one complains about low-grade tomatoes in chili. The tomatoes however, might be more of a concern in a tomato and mozzarella salad. Which isn’t to say that we’re pivoting to a food blog here, but rather to point out that Jeremiah Johnson’s sophomore album, Heavens to Betsy, uses a few top-notch ingredients very effectively.

Must Hear Throwback Blues Rock Albums

Any blues rock fan can never run short of options due to the plethora of options to choose from. When the blues-soaked tunes of the 60s and 70s started hitting the airwaves, winning awards after awards, fans knew that a good thing was coming. Artists were becoming even more popular, and they grew their followers significantly. Fans may have had their opinions, but one thing was clear; the injection of some rock into blues music was a big deal. In this article, we highlight some must hear throwback blues rock albums that will forever be cherished by the fans, like any of the greatest songs that were included in them.

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