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.
Posts Tagged ‘Buddy Guy’
Buddy Guy is one of the last great pioneers of the musical expression that became the blues. His passion to keep churning at the ripe age of 78 is an inspiration to us all. Over the years his style has influenced many to ride in his wake. Buddy has taken his fortune of being brought […]
Once again it has been a great year for blues rock. With several fantastic releases to choose from, the staff of Blues Rock Review narrowed down our favorites from the year. These 20 albums were voted blues rock’s best for 2013.
Buddy Guy – Next to Muddy Waters and Howlin’ Wolf, his name personifies Chicago blues. Considering he’ll be 77 years old on July 30th, you’d think he’d be ready to sit down and take it easy. His new album is proof that like good whiskey and fine wine he’s just gotten better with age. For […]
July’s Album Releases video features new albums from Robert Randolph and the Family Band, Buddy Guy, Dana Fuchs, the Dirty Streets, and Aaron Williams and the Hoodoo.
Anyone who claims to love the blues and also has visited Chicago needs to make the effort to check out Buddy Guy’s Legends nightclub. Live at Legends was recorded there during Buddy’s annual residency in 2010 before they closed the original location and moved it down the street a couple of blocks. It’s hard to […]
Blues Rock Review is giving away a signed copy of Buddy Guy’s new book When I Left Home: My Story! To enter send your name and mailing address to firstname.lastname@example.org. On July 9 we will pick one lucky winner and send them a copy of the book signed by Buddy Guy! To be eligible for […]