Greta Van Fleet announces fall tour dates

NEW YORK, NY – Grammy-winning rock ‘n’ roll band GRETA VAN FLEET today announces a three week Fall North American leg of its March of the Peaceful Army Tour, set to kick off in Kansas City on Saturday, September 21.  The tour will include first-time visits to Kansas City and Irvine, and the band performing a blend of fan-favorites and some brand new tunes.  Shannon and the Clams, a GVF personal pick, will support on all dates.  Pre-sales for Peaceful Army Fan Club members begin Wednesday, 5/15, and the public on-sale starts Friday, 5/17 at 10 AM local time.  

Glenn Hughes postpones UK tour due to illness

Glenn Hughes needs to postpone his upcoming ‘Performs Classic Deep Purple Live’ due to illness. He sends his regrets that he is unable to perform his UK tour which was due to start May 14th through May 24th.

Watch Philip Sayce perform “Aberystwyth” live at the DIGF

Philip Sayce performs “Aberystwyth” live at the 2019 Dallas International Guitar Festival. The song is off the Steamroller album released in 2012.

Stream “Got Nobody” by Chuck Mountain

Chuck Mountain has released its debut single “Got Nobody.” The band is fronted by Beau James (The Heavy Heavy Hearts). “Got Nobody” was produced by Don Bates (Guthrie Brown, North By North, The Cunning, Suzy Jones) and was recorded in Nashville.

“The song is about the feelings that lead you to vices. Everyone has something in their lives that they are not proud of and sometimes that leads you to find an escape. This song describes that feeling and offers a way out,” says James.

Keb’ Mo’ to release “Oklahoma”

NASHVILLE, TENN. – “I’m more interested in pleasing myself and making records that make me feel proud and make me feel like I’ve done my best. And if other people like it, that’s gravy,” states Keb’ Mo’, assessing his new album Oklahoma, set for release June 14, 2019, on Concord Records.

Robert Randolph and the Family Band release “Have Mercy” video

Robert Randolph and the Family Band have released a music video for “Have Mercy.” The track is from the upcoming album, Brighter Days, available August 23rd.

“I felt it was time I wrote a uplifting powerful song and it speaks to everyone going through some sort of pain, shame or struggles with depression,” says Randolph. “For the video we wanted to create an uplifting vibe with the choir that we used during the recording. Nashville’s Shannon Sanders and his choir totally made the vibe work even better!! We hope everyone enjoys the video, feels uplifted and puts a smile on faces all around the world.”

Vintage Trouble: Chapter II – EP II Review

At the end of February, Vintage Trouble unveiled a lyric video for a song we hadn’t heard before—an intriguing move, seeing as how the quartet released a five-track EP just last November. The song, titled “Don’t Stop Forever,” is solidly in the vein of last fall’s EP, a pop-leaning groove that deviates from the soul-rooted style of music that Vintage Trouble banked on for most of their releases since forming in Southern California in 2010. Shortly thereafter, Blues Rock Review learned of the band’s plan to release its next EP, titled Chapter II – EP II, another collection of five new tracks (and five live tracks added at the end) that reinforces the musical direction Vintage Trouble are now embracing.

Rival Sons perform “Too Bad” on The Late Late Show

Rivals Sons performed “Too Bad” on the Late Late Show with James Corden. The track is featured on the band’s new album, Feral Roots.

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