Erja Lyytinen: Stolen Hearts Review

Stolen Hearts is the tenth studio album from “Finnish slide goddess” Erja Lyytinen. Chris Kimsey who has worked with INXS, Marillion, Peter Frampton and The Rolling Stones among others, helms the producer’s chair this time around and does an excellent job with this eclectic yet very beautiful mix of songs.

Artists Similar To Joe Bonamassa

Are you a Joe Bonamassa fan? Here are some similar artists worth checking out.

Henrik Freischlader: Blues For Gary Review

Henrik Freischlader pays tribute to one of his biggest influences the late Gary Moore with his latest release, Blues for Gary. This time his band includes his longtime collaborator Moritz Meinschäfer on drums, however he adds some members of Gary Moore’s band with Vic Martin on keys, and Pete Rees on bass. While this is titled as a Henrik album it’s more of a guest affair with a host of musicians he lets share some of the guitar chores and all the vocals for most of the album.

Robert Cray: Robert Cray and Hi Rhythm Review

Five time Grammy winner Robert Cray is at it again, this time with the Hi Rhythm band out of Memphis, Tennessee. Cray is a veteran with over 4o years in the business creating a timeless sound, that at this point has been around so long it has helped define the genre. With a back and forth between soulful love tributes, and unrequited love songs, the album runs the gamut between true emotions and starry eyed sentiment. Cray has teamed up with producer Steve Jordan and the Hi Rhythm band for this album which was recorded at the legendary Royal Studios in Memphis.

Richie Kotzen: Salting Earth Interview

Last month, Richie Kotzen released his 21st studio album, Salting Earth. Kotzen is currently in the midst of a worldwide tour to promote the album and spoke with Blues Rock Review about his creative process for the record and more.

Eliza Neals: 10,000 Feet Below Review

10,000 Feet Below is the latest album from Detroit singer Eliza Neals and her guitar-toting consigliere Howard Glazer, and finds the pair harnessing an array of guest musicians in sessions spanning numerous studios but still producing a coherent collection of songs.

Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band to release “Lay It On Down”

The Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band has released an EPK for Lay It On Down, the group’s new album set to be released July 21st in Europe and August 4th in North America.

Robert Randolph and the Family Band: Got Soul Review

Got Soul is the fifth studio album from Robert Randolph and the Family Band featuring Johnny Gale and Eric Gales on the guitars, Derrick Hodge on bass and the Randolph family with Lenesha on vocals, Marcus on drums and of course, Robert on pedal steel guitar and vocals. The album is a mix of funk and soul with blues rock and even gospel throughout. The album is produced by Matt Pierson and captures a jam band full of energy and power. Robert keeps on mastering the instrument and gives the album his unique sound. He’s also a talented vocalist with great songwriting skills. Special guests on the album include Anthony Hamilton, Darius Rucker and Cory Henry.

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