Another year of blues rock is in the books. Once again, the staff at Blues Rock Review voted for the year’s best albums in our 5th annual list. Here are the top 20 blues rock albums of 2015.
Posts Tagged ‘MonkeyJunk’
Moon Turn Red is MonkeyJunk’s newest album, their fourth released with Stony Plain Records. The Ottawa-based trio is formed by Steve Marriner on vocals, harmonica, keyboards, baritone guitar; Tony D. on lead guitar and background vocals; and Matt Sobb on drums, percussion, and background vocals.
Just like a well-oiled machine, MonkeyJunk get going and offer up another unyielding display of soulful blues rock robustness in their latest album All Frequencies. The tenacious trio are gifted with an arsenal of instrumental ability. From baritone guitars to harmonicas, each track has something special.
2011 has been a spectacular year in music, especially in the world of blues rock. With so much great music to choose from the staff of Blues Rock Review got together to vote for our favorite albums of 2011. Here are 20 of the years best.
To Behold is the second album from Canadian blues band MonkeyJunk. The three piece band consists of Steve Marriner on lead vocals, harmonica, rhythm guitar, and keys, guitarist Tony D, and Matt Sobb on drums and percussion. MonkeyJunk made their debut in 2009 with the independent release Tiger In Your Tank. The album won the […]