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.
Posts Tagged ‘Marcel Ziul’
The Blues Rock Review Album Sampler: Volume 3 features nine exciting blues rock acts from around the globe, and is now available for free download. TRACK LISTING 1. Lance Lopez – Get Out And Walk 2. Jake Chisholm – That’s All They Could See 3. The Heavy Heavy Hearts – Bottom Of The Bottle 4. Albany Down […]
About a month ago I got the chance to play a few concerts in Los Angeles. It was the first time I hopped on a plane with my guitar and traveled abroad to promote an album. The concerts were very different from what I would imagine a major label artist’s ‘world tour’ to be like […]
Marcel Ziul is one of Brazil’s finest blues rock guitar players. The 34-year-old recently released his latest album, In A Minute, and finished in the Top 10 of the voting in the 2013 Play Crossroads Contest. We caught up with Ziul to discuss In A Minute, blues rock in Brazil, touring the US, the challenges today’s independent musicians […]
Hailing from Brazil, Marcel Ziul brings his style of blues to the main stage with his debut full-length album, In A Minute. Building upon his First Takes EP, In A Minute showcases the intrinsic talent Marcel embodies. With the smooth soul of Stevie Wonder, and a sprinkling of the funky blues riffs of Stevie Ray, […]