For those that follow blues rock and guitar-driven music closely, Philip Sayce has been one of the most underrated artists in the genre for quite some time. Before launching a solo career, he was a sideman for Jeff Healey, Uncle Kracker, and Melissa Etheridge. After leaving Etheridge’s band, Sayce kick started his solo career and [...]
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The Blues Rock Review Album Sampler: Volume 2 features 10 rising stars of Blues Rock, and is now available for free download. Track Listing 1. Claude Hay – I Love Hate You 2. Carson Henley – Fire 3. Ryan McGarvey – Never Seem To Learn 4. Eric Steckel – Last Night 5. Philip Sayce - Rhythm And Truth [...]
The Volume 2 Blues Rock Review Album Sampler will be available for free download on April 2 via Bandcamp on Blues Rock Review. Volume 1 was released last June and can be downloaded for free here.
Over 2,500 bands entered, only one could win. Philip Sayce has been chosen as the winner of Ernie Ball’s 2013 Play Crossroads Competition. Sayce will open Eric Clapton’s Crossroads Guitar Festival, which takes place April 12-13 at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Sayce’s most recent album, Steamroller, was voted #5 on Blues Rock [...]
Blues Rock Review has teamed up with Philip Sayce to give away three Ruby Electric prize packages! Ruby Electric will be released worldwide through iTunes and PhilipSayce.com on February 19. Submit your entry by 6PM EST on Monday, February 25 for a chance to win! Three winners will be selected from a random drawing to [...]
Canadian rocker and guitar boy wonder Philip Sayce, boasting quite the illustrious career, continues to rise to the occasion. He offers up yet another chunk of gold with his latest EP, Silver Wheel Of Stars. Transcending something part Hendrix, part Kravitz, Sayce fuses bluesy licks with arena rock chorus lines. From one foot-stomper to the [...]
2012 is coming to a close and it has been another stellar year for blues rock. The staff at Blues Rock Review voted for the Top 20 Albums of 2012.