Dave Fields: Unleashed Review

Dave Fields has been at this for a while now and for his fifth album he gives a mix of live and studio tracks on Unleashed. Fourteen tracks featuring a diverse mix of originals and covers that spans the gamut from straight up rockers, to jazz and even a little bit of blues grass. We’ll explain that later.

Artists Similar To Kenny Wayne Shepherd

Are you a Kenny Wayne Shepherd fan? Here are some similar artists worth checking out.

The Magpie Salute: The Magpie Salute Review

The Magpie Salute is to bands what the Justice League is to super heroes. Their new self-titled debut album brings together a slightly massive ten piece band including legends like Rick Robinson, Marc Ford and Sven Pipien of The Black Crowes. Adding to the mix a host of vocalists like lead singer John Hogg, former Crowes’ singer Charity White as well as background singers, Adrien Reju and Katrine Ottosen ( who shine on tracks like “Glad and Sorry” and “Time Will Tell”). Drumming for the Group is Joe Magistro and joining in on guitar is Nico Bereciartua. The album is also lucky enough to be the last time the magic of the late Black Crowes Keyboardist Eddie Harsch made it to the studio to be captured.

Most Anticipated Albums of 2017

2017 is already half way over, but there are still several anticipated album releases on the way. Here are some of the most anticipated blues rock releases coming out later in the year.

Jared James Nichols releases “Last Chance” video

Jared James Nichols has released a music video for “Last Chance,” which is featured on his upcoming sophomore album, Black Magic, due out in September.

Blues Rock Young Guns

Blues Rock Young Guns highlights up and coming blues rock bands under the age of 25, including the Marcus King Band, Chase Walker Band, and The Stonecoats.

Selwyn Birchwood releases “Guilty Pleasures” video

Selwyn Birchwood has released a music video for “Guilty Pleasures” off his new album, Pick Your Poison.

Underrated Bands: June 2017

In the first edition of Underrated Bands, a new monthly video series on Blues Rock Review, the spotlight is put on The Brew, The Heavy Eyes, and Robert Jon and the Wreck.

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