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Jake Chisholm is back with No More Sorrow, the followup to 2013’s Diamond In A Coalmine, which made Blues Rock Review’s Top 20 Albums of 2013. Three years later, Chisholm has another winner on his hands as No More Sorrow is a very worthy successor.
The Blues Rock Review Album Sampler Volume 7 is now available for free download. Volume 7 features 10 blues rock acts from around the globe. TRACK LISTING 1. King King – “Rush Hour” 2. Jake Chisholm – “No More Sorrow” 3. Robert Jon and the Wreck – “When I Die” 4. Kris Barras Band – “Never Too […]
Blues Rock Review will release its Volume 7 Album Sampler on Monday, March 14.
Jake Chisholm is now streaming “No More Sorrow,” the title track from his upcoming album due out February 26. Chisholm’s previous album, Diamond In A Coalmine, was voted #10 on Blues Rock Review’s Top 20 Albums of 2013.
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.
Once again it has been a great year for blues rock. With several fantastic releases to choose from, the staff of Blues Rock Review narrowed down our favorites from the year. These 20 albums were voted blues rock’s best for 2013.
The last few years have been exciting times for fans of blues rock. Artists like The Black Keys, Gary Clark Jr., and Joe Bonamassa have breathed new life into the genre. As the blues rock revival continues, more and more promising acts continue to pop up around the globe. Here are five up and coming […]