Dan Patlansky has released a music video for “Fetch Your Spade,” off his latest album, Dear Silence Thieves, which was voted #1 on Blues Rock Review’s Top 20 Albums of 2014 Patlansky will embark on a European tour in November supporting Joe Satriani.
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Dan Patlansky has released a live performance of his current single, “Backbite,” featured on Blues Rock Review’s top voted album of 2014, Dear Silence Thieves. Patlansky is currently in the midst of a UK tour.
Dan Patlansky has released a music video for “Backbite,” the lead track featured on his latest album, Dear Silence Thieves, which was voted #1 on Blues Rock Review’s Top 20 Albums of 2014.
South African singer-songwriter and guitarist, Dan Patlansky, is set to release his new album Dear Silence Thieves in the UK on Monday 27th April. The album will coincide with a special London album launch showcase “concert” at London’s Borderline venue on the same day.
We left Johannesburg and it was a hot 35 degrees. 31 hours and 4 international flights later, we arrived in a cold but beautiful city in Norway called Sandane for our first show at the Fjord Blues Festival. On the bill were some great local acts from Norway, some acts from the US like Texas Cannonballs, and […]
It’s been another fantastic year of blues rock music. Our staff and readers voted on their favorite albums of the year and here are the best from 2014.
South Africa’s Dan Patlansky has emerged in recent years as one of the top up and comers on the blues rock scene. Patlansky’s albums 20 Stones and Wooden Thoughts both made Blues Rock Review’s year end Top 20 lists and he recently released his seventh album Dear Silence Thieves worldwide. Blues Rock Review caught up with […]
Blues rock powerhouse Dan Patlansky delivers an album with Dear Silence Thieves which checks off the two most important of the blues rock prerequisites: a balance between powerful emotional guitar work, and intelligent and well-crafted songwriting. Dan’s guitar skills are prodigious but they are here to not to overwhelm the listener with pyrotechnics, but are […]