Posts Tagged ‘Dudley Taft’

Dudley Taft: Summer Rain Review

Dudley Taft’s new album Summer Rain  consists of 11 all-original songs recorded in his recently purchased home studio, which used to belong to Peter Frampton. This album has a much heavier rock bent to it, if that is possible, than his previous albums. With a title like Summer Rain this one sounds like it would be all […]

Top 20 Albums of 2015

Another year of blues rock is in the books. Once again, the staff at Blues Rock Review voted for the year’s best albums in our 5th annual list. Here are the top 20 blues rock albums of 2015.

Dudley Taft: Skin and Bones Review

Dudley Taft is an intriguing blend of blues influences like Elmore James, and Lightning Hopkins and his early career as a rock guitar player in the Seattle grunge scene with Sweetwater and Second Coming. Combine that with Jason Patterson (Cry of Love, Chris Duarte and Corrosion of Conformity) on drums Reese Wynans (notably with SRV, […]

Dudley Taft: Screaming In The Wind Review

A time-tested veteran to the game, Dudley Taft is at it again. His discipline in the blues is well respected, and his compositions pay homage to just that. His newest album, Screaming In The Wind, continues his tried and true resume.

Album Releases: May 2013

May’s Album Releases video features new releases from Beth Hart/Joe Bonamassa, Danny Bryant, and Dudley Taft.

Dudley Taft: Deep Deep Blue Review

Dudley Taft has yet again proven his staple in today’s blues rock scene with his upcoming album, Deep Deep Blue. After several projects came and went, Taft formed a band under his own name in 2006. His current album builds on his debut, Left For Dead, with countless hit after hit. Taft’s classic rock approach […]

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