Posts Tagged ‘Alastair Greene’

Artist Picks: Favorite Albums of 2017

Last month we revealed our Top 20 Albums of 2017 list. This month Blues Rock Review caught up with some of the genre’s finest artists to get their picks for their favorite albums of 2017.

Top 20 Albums of 2017

2017 was yet another year chock-full of great blues rock albums. From established stars to up and comers, 2017 had it all in the blues rock genre. Thousands of our readers voted, the staff of Blues Rock Review voted, and together we are proud to release the top 20 albums of 2017.

Alastair Greene releases “Nome Zayne” video

Alastair Greene has released a music video for “Nome Zayne” off his new album, Dream Train. The track was written by Billy Gibbons and Greene explained in a recent interview with Blues Rock Review how the song ended up on Dream Train. “David Z had a few demos that Billy (Gibbons) had recorded and he […]

Free Download: Blues Rock Review Album Sampler Volume 9

The Blues Rock Review Album Sampler Volume 9 is now available for free download. Volume 9 features ten blues rock acts from five different countries around the globe. TRACK LISTING 1. Dan Patlansky – “Dog Day” 2. Bad Touch featuring Mollie Marriott – “Baby Get It On” 3. King King – “Broken” 4. Steve Hill – “Dangerous” 5. The Gringos […]

Blues Rock Review announces Volume 9 Album Sampler

Blues Rock Review is proud to announce the release of the Blues Rock Review Album Sampler Volume 9 on November 28th. The album features some of the genre’s biggest stars and emerging acts from the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Brazil, and South Africa. Fans can download the 10 track sampler for free November 28th […]

Alastair Greene Interview

After spending the past seven years as the guitarist for the Alan Parsons Project, blues rock guitarist Alastair Greene is ready to take his solo career full time. Greene just released Dream Train last month, which has been very well received. Blues Rock Review caught up with Greene to discuss the recent change in his […]

Alastair Greene: Dream Train Review

Earlier this year, Alastair Greene left the Alan Parsons Live Project to dedicate more time to his solo career. Now, Greene slides back onto the scene with Dream Train, his first studio album since 2014. Led by Greene’s guitar and vocals, Dream Train prominently features Jim Rankin’s Bass and Vocals and Austin Beede’s drumming while […]

Album Releases: October 2017

October’s Album Releases video features new albums from King King, Supersonic Blues Machine, Jared James Nichols, Laurence Jones, and Alastair Greene.

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