Posts Tagged ‘Doyle Bramhall II’

Doyle Bramhall II Interview

It’s been a couple of years since Doyle Bramhall II’s last solo release, Rich Man and it’s an album gap that he’s much more comfortable with than the previous 15-year break he’d experienced. Though he kept busy throughout those years (mostly recording and touring with artists like Eric Clapton, Sheryl Crow, Susan Tedeschi, Elton John and […]

Doyle Bramhall II: Shades Review

For a musician like Doyle Bramhall II, the music criticism community approaches a new album release with an understanding that, more likely than not, it’s going to be good. As someone who grew up around the Vaughan brothers in Texas (his father drummed for The Chessmen with Jimmie Vaughan while still in high school and […]

Doyle Bramhall II releases “Everything You Need” music video

Doyle Bramhall II has released a music video for “Everything You Need” featuring Eric Clapton. The track is featured on the upcoming album, Shades, available October 5. “The new record finally feels like I’m comfortable in my own skin, like I don’t have anything to prove other than trying to express myself as honestly as […]

Doyle Bramhall II reveals “Love and Pain”

Doyle Bramhall II is now streaming “Love and Pain,” a brand new track from his upcoming album, Shades, available October 5th. “We wrote this song after the mass shooting in Las Vegas,” says Bramhall II. “The song asks the question behind the tragedies of mass shootings — not simply how did this happen, but why. […]

Doyle Bramhall II announces “Shades”

On October 5th, Provogue will release Shades, singer-songwriter and guitarist Doyle Bramhall II’s dramatic debut for the label. The album comes hot on the heels of Bramhall’s 2016 critically acclaimed fourth record, Rich Man, his first solo album in 15 years.

Artist Picks: Favorite Albums of 2016

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.

Doyle Bramhall II: Rich Man Review

Rich Man is the fourth studio album from Doyle Bramhall II and his first since 2001. The album kicks off with “Mama Can’t Help You,” which sounds like Bramhall bit off a big piece of Bubble Gum Funk. The funk keeps right on rolling into “November” and “The Veil.”

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