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.
Posts Tagged ‘Dan Patlansky’
2016 will go down as the best year the blues rock genre has seen in quite some time and perhaps the most competitive in the six year history of Blues Rock Review’s Top 20 list. With so many albums worthy of recognition, the readers and staff of Blues Rock Review voted on the Top 20 Albums […]
The holiday season is here and 2016 has sure delivered as one of the best years of blues rock music in recent memory. If you’re looking for a great gift, BRR has you covered with some great ideas for the blues rock fan and all sorts of musical personalities.
Dan Patlansky has released a music video for “The Stop Messin,” which is featured on the newly released album, Introvertigo.
Picture this….Dan Patlansky (Dear Silence Thieves – 2014 Blues Rock Review album of the year) and King King (Reaching For The Light – 2015 Blues Rock Review’s album of the year) both on the same bill…. together in frontman Alan Nimmo’s hometown…. with the King King portion of the show being recorded for a future […]
Dan Patlansky has been in the blues rock game for a while, but it was the launch of Dear Silence Thieves in 2014 that helped launch his career on the international level. The album was voted the top album of 2014 by Blues Rock Review and since then, Patlansky has toured with Joe Satriani and […]
Dan Patlansky returns with Introvertigo, the followup to Dear Silence Thieves, which was voted Blues Rock Review’s top album of 2014. Patlansky first grabbed our attention in 2012 with 20 Stones, which came in at number 10 on 2012’s annual list. With that said, obviously expectations for Introvertigo are high, especially with the worldwide success […]