Beth Hart to release “Live At The Royal Albert Hall”

Beth Hart will release the stunning ‘Beth Hart – Live At the Royal Albert Hall’ on Blu-Ray/DVD/2CD/3LP/Digital on 30th November 2018 via Provogue/Mascot Label Group.

BRR Album Sampler Vol. 10 announced

The Blues Rock Review Album Sampler Volume 10 is set to be available for free download on Blues Rock Review October 5th. BRR released its first album sampler in 2012 and the landmark 10th release comes six years later featuring eight blues rock acts from around the globe.

Premiere: Anthony Gomes – “Stealin’ From The Devil” video

In a Blues Rock Review exclusive premiere watch the new music video “Stealin’ From The Devil” by Anthony Gomes. The track is featured on Gomes’ upcoming album, Peace, Love, & Loud Guitars, available October 19th.

“In ‘Stealing From The Devil’ we pay tribute to Robert Johnson and create our own Crossroads legend,” Gomes tells Blues Rock Review.  “I’ve always had a lot of sympathy for Johnson. It might be because I know firsthand how difficult it can be to ‘make it’ in the music business and how many of us go to great lengths to find fame and fortune. In this song I am on a mission to find some justice! I  go down to hell, rescue Robert, battle the Prince of Darkness, rip up the Deed to the bluesman’s soul, hotwire the Devil’s Cadillac and floor it to the Pearly Gates. You know, just the boring, regular everyday stuff us musicians do.”

Sari Schorr: Never Say Never Review

You can say a band is ear-catching, but it’s hard to prove scientifically. So when I say Sari Schorr’s second album, Never Say Never, is positively engrossing, it’s understandable if you’re skeptical. So, for research purposes, I’ll mention that this was playing while my ten-months-pregnant wife thought she might be in labor. And upon hearing it, it caused her to stop and ask “Who is this?”

The Gringos release “Of Atoms and Evenings” video

The Gringos have released a music video for “Of Atoms and Evenings.” The track is featured on the band’s latest album, The Animal Kingdom, which was #3 on Blues Rock Review’s Top 20 Albums of 2017.

Greta Van Fleet: Portland, Oregon Gig Review

Wow! Talk about getting blown away by a show, the last time that this writer witnessed a performance that was on this level of adrenaline rushing intensity was at the Bruce Springsteen and the “E Street Band” “MODA” center appearance in 2013. Tonight it was Greta Van Fleet, representing the incarnate personification of youthful exuberance. Before the show began I ran into a recent Oregon transplant named Pat who just moved to the West Coast from Detroit, Michigan. “’Greta Van Fleet” sold out the 5,000 seat Fox theater in downtown Detroit three nights in a row,” he enthusiastically explained.

Anthony Gomes announces “Peace, Love, and Loud Guitars”

ST. LOUIS, MO –  Anthony Gomes, 2017 European Blues Award Winner, is thrilled to announce the release of the first single, “Come Down,” from his forthcoming album Peace, Love & Loud Guitars.

Gomes bares heart and soul on “Come Down,” a modern work song with the startling plea “Come down from heaven B.B. King, ’cause this kingdom has no king.”  The single, inspired by Gomes’ admiration for B.B. King, will be released on September 16th in honor of B.B.’s birthday and promoted with a video.

Rival Sons release “Do Your Worst” video

Long Beach blues rockers Rival Sons have released a music video for “Do Your Worst.” The track is featured on the group’s upcoming album, which is produced by Dave Cobb and should be released in 2019

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