Posts Tagged ‘Mitch Laddie’

Mitch Laddie Band: Another World Review

Eclectic, that’s the word. Mitch Laddie and his band from the North East of England are not one-trick ponies. Laddie clearly knows his Hendrix, but isn’t in thrall to him. Vocally he’s at ease with soulful and funky, but can give it a bit oomph, too. He can throw in some jazzy tweaks that suggest […]

Mitch Laddie Band: Let You Go Review

Let You Go is the third studio album from Mitch, Matt, and Rhian of the Mitch Laddie Band. Mitch Laddie was signed with Provogue Records at the young age of seventeen and has continued to fine tune his guitar skills. After touring for three years, The Mitch Laddie Band has become well known among the […]

Mitch Laddie Band: Live In Concert Review

The Mitch Laddie Band brings their live performance into the intimacy of our living rooms on their recent release, Live In Concert. It is hard to capture the energy and x factor that a live show possesses. But Mitch Laddie and crew have done a solid job at that. Their blend of soul, funk and […]

Mitch Laddie: Burning Bridges Review

Hailed by American Bluesman Walter Trout, Mitch Laddie’s second album offers a diverse range of styles and demonstrates the Englishman’s virtuoso as a guitarist and song writer. At the age of 21, Laddie is clearly confident in his ability and has produced a fluent record that eases between heavy blues tracks with incendiary guitar riffs […]

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