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.

Tommy Emmanuel: Accomplice One Review

Confession time – I’m not usually a fan of multiple collaborator type albums. Too often they strike me as a marketing wheeze in which the guest artists add little to the equation. Fair play to acoustic guitar man Tommy Emmanuel though, on Accomplice One he’s taken advantage of guests toting a variety of instruments to explore a wide range of musical styles.

Danny Bryant announces “Revelation”

Danny Bryant is pleased to announce his highly anticipated new studio album “Revelation” – released by Jazzhaus Records on Friday 20th April 2018. “Sister Decline”, the first track taken from the new album, is now available as an instant grat track on iTunesAmazon and Spotify.

Artists To Watch In 2018

Blues Rock Review’s artists to watch in 2018.

Richie Kotzen releases “The Damned” video

Richie Kotzen has released a music video for his new single, “The Damned.”

The Sheepdogs to release “Changing Colours”

THE SHEEPDOGS–the Canadian-based five-piece guitar-driven rock band–are gearing up for the Friday, February 2 digital release of CHANGING COLOURS, their sixth full-length album, via Dine Alone Records (in the U.S.), and Warner Music (in Canada), with the physical release coming in late February (exact date TBA).The four-time JUNO Award-winninggroup, who graced the cover of Rolling Stone in 2011 when they made history as the first unsigned band to appear on the cover of the famed magazine by beating out 15 other artists in the Choose the Cover contest (Issue 1137), haveexpanded their sound on CHANGING COLOURS, encompassing more styles and hues to enhance their trademark beef-and-boogie twin-axe riffs, hooks, shuffles and long-haired aesthetic.
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