Posts Tagged ‘Kris Barras Band’

Kris Barras Band releases “Stitch Me Up” video

The Kris Barras Band has released a music video for “Stitch Me Up.” The track is featured on the Barras’ latest album, The Divine and Dirty. “This is a track that I love to play live and it was great to use footage from our ‘Divine and Dirty’ tour to make the video,” said Barras. […]

Underrated Guitarists (Episode 5)

Episode 5 of Underrated Guitarists highlights Richie Kotzen, Hannah Wicklund, and Kris Barras.

Kris Barras Band: The Divine and Dirty Review

The Divine and Dirty is the first release on the Mascot Label Group from the UK based Kris Barras Band. Barras has started to make a name for himself on the blues rock scene in recent years, but The Divine and Dirty is the album that is going to really launch his career.

Kris Barras Band release “Lovers or Losers” video

The Kris Barras Band has a released a music video for “Lovers or Losers.” The track is featured on The Divine and Dirty, available March 23.

Kris Barras Band releases “Propane” video

The Kris Barras Band has released a music video for “Propane,” which is off the upcoming album, The Divine and Dirty, available March 23rd. “‘Propane’ is quite different to the other songs on the album and anything I’ve written before,” said Barras. “It’s got a driving groove behind it but it’s a bit softer than […]

Artists To Watch In 2018

Blues Rock Review’s artists to watch in 2018.

Kris Barras Band announce “The Divine and Dirty”

The Kris Barras Band will be releasing their new album The Divine And Dirty on Provogue/Mascot Label Group on 23 March 2018. Kris Barras isn’t one to shy away from a challenge. As a former Mixed Martial Artist, the singer and guitarist has fought in front of 8000 people, lived it up in Las Vegas, dealt with bankruptcy, suffered a deep and personal loss, unleashed southern-fried blues fury on stages […]

Kris Barras Band signs to Mascot/Provogue

Mascot Label Group are thrilled to announce that the Kris Barras Band have joined the Provogue label to sit at home amongst some of the finest modern blues icons such as Joe Bonamassa, Beth Hart, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Jonny Lang, Walter Trout, Eric Gales, Sonny Landreth, Gary Hoey and more.

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