Chicago, IL — This April, Davy Knowles will release a new EP titled 1932, presenting a collection of songs performed exclusively on his cherished 1932 National Guitar which he purchased during his first tour of the U.S. For a candid preview click here.
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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 […]
Chicago based Davy Knowles is at it again with a new album Three Miles From Avalon. Dripping with classic blues riffs and intricate guitar work this is exactly what we have come to expect from an artist who has not one, but two, top three billboard blues chart albums. This newest venture Three Miles From […]
Davy Knowles is back with the release of Three Miles From Avalon on October 14th. Knowles co-produced and recorded the album in Chicago with Anthony Gravino. Blues Rock Review caught up with Knowles to get the lowdown on the new album and the songwriting process behind it.
In a Blues Rock Review exclusive, Davy Knowles is streaming “Oxford, MS,” the first track to be heard from the upcoming album, Three Miles From Avalon, available October 14. Knowles tells Blues Rock Review, “This song for me all came about from a recent dive back into listening to a lot of Gospel/Blues vinyl records. Mahalia Jackson, Sister […]
Chicago, IL — Davy Knowles has announced the release of a new studio album Three Miles From Avalon on October 14. Hot on the heels of the 2014’s The Outsider, the full-length documentary Island Bound, and an extensive tour schedule, Isle of Man-born Knowles looks forwards with a collection of new songs marking a return […]
Late last year, Isle of Man artist Davy Knowles released his second solo album The Outsider in collaboration with PledgeMusic. Comprised of eleven official songs and two bonus tracks, the album pays homage to several of Knowles’s influences, from his homeland (“Island Bound”) to Woody Guthrie (bonus track “Pastures of Plenty,” a Guthrie original). Featuring […]
In this last installment of my blog I wanted to talk about what I think is the most important aspect of writing, and music in general. Sometimes, in the frustration of the creative process, (or the frustration of being in this industry full stop!) it’s easy to lose sight of what got you into making […]