Posts Tagged ‘Larkin Poe’

Larkin Poe release “Keep Diggin” video

Larkin Poe has released a music video for “Keep Diggin.” The video was shot and edited by Larkin Poe themselves. “Keep Diggin” is featured on the duo’s upcoming album, Self Made Man, available on June 12th.

Larkin Poe release “Keep Diggin” single

Larkin Poe has released a new single titled “Keep Diggin.” It’s the third single off the duo’s upcoming album, Self Made Man, which is available June 12.  

Larkin Poe release “Holy Ghost Fire” video

Larkin Poe has released a music video for “Holy Ghost Fire.” The track is featured on the upcoming album, Self Made Man, available June 12.

Larkin Poe release “Mississippi” video

Larkin Poe has released a music video for “Mississippi.” The track is featured on the group’s Grammy nominated album, Venom and Faith, which also landed a spot on Blues Rock Review’s Top 20 Albums of 2018.

Blues Grammy Predictions

The 2020 Grammy nominees were recently announced. Blues Rock Review breaks down the “Best Traditional Blues” and “Best Contemporary Blues Album” categories with predictions.

Blues and Rock Grammy nominations announced

The 2020 Grammy Award nominations have been announced. Christone “Kingfish” Ingram continues his breakout year receiving a nomination for “Best Traditional Blues Album” with his debut album, Kingfish. Jontavious Willis also received his first nomination with Spectacular Class.¬†Larkin Poe also received its first Grammy nomination for Venom and Faith. Rival Sons received its first Grammy […]

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.¬†

Larkin Poe: Venom and Faith Review

You can find Larkin Poe, aka sisters Rebecca and Megan Lovell, on YouTube, covering beloved songs, just the two of them on a variety of instruments, in a series they call “Tip ‘o the Hat.” Here they’ll cover anything from Black Sabbath to Son House to Jack White. If the song means anything to either […]

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