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.
Posts Tagged ‘Eric Steckel’
Black Gold, Eric Steckel’s follow up to the California Sessions EP, continues his journey to greater heights. However, Eric maintains the style he has come to embody. Ranging from amp’d up distortion, harkening tones of ’80s glam rock, to lighter tracks focusing on story told through soulful vocals, the album yet again shows Eric’s range […]
The Blues Rock Review Album Sampler Volume 6 is now available for free download. Volume 6 features eight blues rock acts from around the globe. TRACK LISTING 1. Ty Curtis – Bad Break 2. Hunter and the Dirty Jacks – Smoking Gun 3. Virgil and the Accelerators – Free 4. Eric Steckel – Reach for the Skies 5. […]
The Blues Rock Review Album Sampler Volume 6 will be available for free download on January 6, 2015 on Blues Rock Review. TRACK LISTING 1. Ty Curtis – Bad Break 2. Hunter and the Dirty Jacks – Smoking Gun 3. Virgil and the Accelerators – Free 4. Eric Steckel – Reach for the Skies 5. Ben Poole […]
Eric Steckel, a native of the East coast, has released a new EP titled The California Sessions that was inspired by his recent stint living in the hills of LA. Capturing the feeling of living in the area and enjoying the unique lifestyle that California offers was his goal with these five tracks.
Last week, the staff of Blues Rock Review revealed our Top 5 Live Albums of 2013 and our Top 20 Albums of 2013. This week, it’s the artists who share their favorite releases from 2013.
The Blues Rock Review Album Sampler: Volume 2 features 10 rising stars of Blues Rock, and is now available for free download. Track Listing 1. Claude Hay – I Love Hate You 2. Carson Henley – Fire 3. Ryan McGarvey – Never Seem To Learn 4. Eric Steckel – Last Night 5. Philip Sayce – Rhythm And Truth […]
The Volume 2 Blues Rock Review Album Sampler will be available for free download on April 2 via Bandcamp on Blues Rock Review. Volume 1 was released last June and can be downloaded for free here.