“Music opens paths for healing.” Whether it’s body, mind or soul, Anthony Gomes believes in this credo wholeheartedly. As the man behind the Music is the Medicine Foundation, a nonprofit he founded in 2010, Gomes has seen it proven time and time again. Now more than ever, he says, people need encouragement and to encourage […]
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Last week we released the Top 20 Albums of 2016. This week, some of today’s top blues rock artists share their favorite album releases from a very noteworthy 2016.
The Blues Rock Review Album Sampler Volume 7 is now available for free download. Volume 7 features 10 blues rock acts from around the globe. TRACK LISTING 1. King King – “Rush Hour” 2. Jake Chisholm – “No More Sorrow” 3. Robert Jon and the Wreck – “When I Die” 4. Kris Barras Band – “Never Too […]
Blues Rock Review will release its Volume 7 Album Sampler on Monday, March 14.
Another year of blues rock is in the books. Once again, the staff at Blues Rock Review voted for the year’s best albums in our 5th annual list. Here are the top 20 blues rock albums of 2015.
Anthony Gomes has been a staple on the blues rock scene for years. He recently released Electric Field Holler and spoke with Blues Rock Review about the album, the Music Is The Medicine Foundation, meeting Robert Plant, his next project, and more.
It might be easy to sum up the latest album by Anthony Gomes with one word, “fun” but it’s so much more. While Electric Field Holler may be a record that doesn’t take itself too seriously it is by no means comedic. Electric Field Holler is a raucous celebration of blues based guitar driven rock. From the “more cowbell” intro […]