Posts Tagged ‘Gary Hoey’

Gary Hoey: Neon Highway Blues Review

It’s been nearly a month since Gary Hoey released his 21st album Neon Highway Blues on Provogue Records and the album is still holding steady on Billboard’s Top Blues Albums Chart. Neon Highway Blues popped onto the chart at No. 2 during the last week of March and has (at the time of writing) remained […]

Gary Hoey releases “Don’t Come Crying” lyric video

Gary Hoey has released lyric video for “Don’t Come Crying” featuring his son Ian Hoey. The track is off Hoey’s upcoming album, Neon Highway Blues, available March 15.

Gary Hoey announces “Neon Highway Blues”

Mascot Label Group and Gary Hoey have announced a March 15 global release date for NEON HIGHWAY BLUES via Provogue Records.  The album’s eleven tracks display Hoey’s confidence and assuredness alongside the freshness of someone who’s still in the process of discovery and refinement.   Hoey self-produced the album at his New Hampshire based home studio, while also […]

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 […]

Gary Hoey: Dust and Bones Review

With nineteen other albums under his belt, Gary Hoey is doing his thing again this time with the new album Dust and Bones. A true blues triumph, it’s where Gary belongs. This Veteran has taken his Strat, and paid his homage to the blues gods, and they are pleased.

Stream Gary Hoey’s “Dust and Bones”

Gary Hoey is now streaming the title track off his upcoming release, Dust and Bones. The album is Hoey’s first release with the Mascot Label Group and will be available July 30th.

Gary Hoey: Deja Blues Review

Deja Blues is an interesting collection of blues tunes that features the blues skills of the talented rock and surf style guitarist Gary Hoey. Most people know him as an instrumental guitar player along the lines of a Steve Vai or Joe Satriani because of his billboard hit “Hocus Pocus,” or possibly know him from […]

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