Posts Tagged ‘Eric Steckel’

Eric Steckel’s Guitars

Guitarist Eric Steckel shares his collection of Knaggs guitars with Blues Rock Review at the Dallas International Guitar Festival.

Eric Steckel performs “The Ghetto” at the Dallas International Guitar Festival

Eric Steckel performs “The Ghetto” at the Dallas International Guitar Festival during the “All-Star Jam” with Jimmy Wallace’s Guitar Army,  which included Boscoe France and Larry Miller.

Top 20 Albums of 2018

2018 was an absolute banner year for blues rock that saw several fantastic releases. Once again, the staff of Blues Rock Review cast their votes along with a record turnout from our readers to determine the year’s best blues rock albums from an extremely competitive field. Here are the top 20 albums of 2018. 

The Future of Blues Rock – 10 Acts To Watch Under 30

While blues rock music is not a mainstream genre it is slowly making its way back to the masses through a youth movement. More and more young artists are popping up to help spread the art form in a time where radio play for blues rock artists is extremely limited. Here are ten acts under […]

Eric Steckel: Polyphonic Prayer Review

It’s hard to believe Eric Steckel is still in his 20s because he’s been ripping up the blues rock scene for over 15 years releasing several quality albums and now Steckel is releasing Polyphonic Prayer, which follows 2015’s Black Gold. One thing is for sure, Steckel returns to the blues in a big way.

Album Releases: January 2018

January’s Album Releases video features new albums from Beth Hart/Joe Bonamassa, Eric Steckel, Tommy Emmanuel, and Tinsley Ellis.

Underrated Guitarists (Episode 2)

The latest edition of Underrated Guitarists puts the spotlight on Eric Steckel, Henrik Freischlader, and Danny Bryant.

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.

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