Posts Tagged ‘Dave Fields’

Dave Fields: Unleashed Review

Dave Fields has been at this for a while now and for his fifth album he gives a mix of live and studio tracks on Unleashed. Fourteen tracks featuring a diverse mix of originals and covers that spans the gamut from straight up rockers, to jazz and even a little bit of blues grass. We’ll […]

Free Download: Blues Rock Review Album Sampler Volume 8

The Blues Rock Review Album Sampler Volume 8 is now available for free download. Volume 8 features nine blues rock acts from six different countries around the globe. TRACK LISTING 1. Jon Lantic – “Message Through Sound” 2. Ash Wilson – “Broken Machine” 3. Rainbreakers – “On My Own” 4. Chase Walker Band – “Red […]

Volume 8 Album Sampler announced

Blues Rock Review is proud to announce the release of the Blues Rock Review Album Sampler Volume 8 on June 6. The album features artists from six different countries around the globe and will be available on the Blues Rock Review website.

Dave Fields: All In Review

New York City native, Dave Fields presents his fourth studio album, All In, released on July 1, 2014.  All in features help from many musicians that Fields has regularly worked with in the past, including: Andy Huenerberg and Tony Tino on bass, Kenny Soule on drums, Dave Keys on piano, and Vladimir Barsky on keys.

Dave Fields: Detonation Review

Dave Fields is a different kind of bluesman. Sure, he’s got some serious blues credentials, he’s played with Hubert Sumlin and John Mayall recorded one of his songs. But there’s more to this blues renaissance man and one listen to his latest release Detonation and that becomes abudantly clear. He can channel Albert King, Eddie […]

Bulk Email Sender