Album Releases: February 2018

February’s Album Releases video features new albums from Dan Patlansky, The Temperance Movement, The Sheepdogs, Danielle Nicole, and The Bad Flowers.

Robert Plant keeps the door closed on a Zeppelin reunion

It’s quite possible that Robert Plant is bored of answering questions about another Led Zeppelin reunion now so it’s to the legend’s great credit that he still dismisses the idea with both consummate ease and grace.

Hannah Wicklund and the Steppin Stones Review

Every once in a while an artist seems to come out of nowhere and blow away expectations. Most of the time that artist is not 20 years old. Hannah Wicklund fronts the Steppin Stones at age 20 and what’s crazy is Wicklund started the band when she was just eight years old!  In 2017, Greta Van Fleet burst onto the scene to garner the attention of rock and roll fans young and old. In 2018, we might see the same from Hannah Wicklund and the Steppin Stones.

Stream Lance Lopez “The Real Deal”

Lance Lopez is now streaming “The Real Deal.” The track is featured on the upcoming album, Tell The Truth, available March 2nd.

Premiere: Arielle – “Take II”

In a Blues Rock Review premiere, stream “Take II,” the brand new track from Arielle featured on the upcoming album, Mind Lion, which will be released on February 9th and is now available for pre-order.

Arielle tells Blues Rock Review about the track, “Take II is a song I pulled out of my old song arsenal from when I was 18. It’s one of those songs that feels like you’re about to fall off the edge, but it never quite happens. It’s fun, spunky and high energy!”

Greg Sover: Jubilee Review

Jubilee is Greg Sover’s follow-up to his debut, 2016’s Songs of a Renegade. While there isn’t a lot of time between the two albums, there is some interesting musical growth, with Sover moving in more of a bluesier direction.

Beth Hart and Joe Bonamassa release “Joy” video

Beth Hart and Joe Bonamassa have released a music video for “Joy,” a Lucinda Williams cover, which appears on the duo’s new album, Black Coffee.

Springsteen Saves Broadway Box Office From The Winter Freeze

January is usually a difficult month for entertainment. With the revelry of the Christmas season over, January tends to a quieter month, reserved for resolutions and new starts. However, The Boss has a show on Broadway, and nothing, not even January, stops for The Boss.

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