Posts Tagged ‘Devon Allman’

The Allman Legacy Continues with Devon Allman and Duane Betts

Devon Allman and Duane Betts are the sons of the Allman Brothers co-founders Gregg Allman and Dickey Betts. Now the duo have teamed up on a musical journey years in the making. Not only are Allman and Betts continuing the Allman Brothers legacy, but they’re creating their own. Blues Rock Review Editor-in-Chief Pete Francis has […]

Devon Allman Project performs “Mahalo” live

In a Blues Rock Review exclusive video, watch the Devon Allman Project perform “Mahalo” live at Summerfest in Milwaukee.

Underrated Guitarists (Episode 1)

Blues Rock Review is excited to announce the launch of a new video series highlighting underrated guitarists you need to know. In Episode 1 the spotlight is put on Devon Allman, Tommy Emmanuel, and Monte Montgomery.

Top 20 Albums of 2016

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 […]

Devon Allman: Ride Or Die Review

Devon Allman Recorded Ride Or Die in Nashville with Tyler Stokes (guitar), Steve Duerst (bass), Ron Holloway (sax), Bobby Yang (violin), Kevin McKendree (keys) co-production assistance of veteran producer Tom Hambridge who also plays drums. Delivering the impossible, Devon’s latest effort since parting ways with Royal Southern Brotherhood delivers a stunning follow up to his […]

Royal Southern Brotherhood: Don’t Look Back Review

Three years after the release of their self-titled first album, Royal Southern Brotherhood have returned with Don’t Look Back, their third project to date. It’s only been a year since their last album HeartSoulBlood was released, but there’s been a significant shift within RSB. Founding members Cyril Neville, Yonrico Scott and Charlie Wooton are still […]

Top 20 Albums of 2014

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.

Devon Allman: Ragged & Dirty Review

Devon Allman returns with Ragged & Dirty, the follow up to last year’s Turquoise. Turquoise showed that Allman can play with the big boys and Ragged & Dirty ups the ante. The album features 12 tracks and sees Allman team up with producer Tom Hambridge, who also penned several tracks on the album.

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