2015 has come to an end. Blues Rock is a genre all about live music and these five groups were voted as the top 5 live albums of 2015 by Blues Rock Review.
Posts Tagged ‘Robert Cray’
Robert Cray has been recording his unique style of soulful blues for over forty years. That’s over twenty albums and thousands of live performances. 4 Nights of 40 Years is an attempt to present Robert Cray’s career in a fan friendly, three disc package.
Robert Cray has released a live video of “Bad Influence,” which is featured on his upcoming live release, 4 Nights of 40 Years.
Robert Cray is set to release 4 Nights of 40 Years on August 28th. The 2 CD, DVD/Blu Ray features 90 minutes of live concert footage, an in-depth interview with Cray, plus testimonials from Eric Clapton, Buddy Guy, and more.
While his music has always paid a deep debt to the blues masters that came before him, he has always had his own unique sound which is a result of his ability to meld blues with music accessible to the MTV generation. In My Soul continues with that tradition with a mix of originals and covers, […]
While 2013 was certainly filled with some fine releases (see Blues Rock Review’s Top 20 Albums of 2013), 2014 has the potential to be a seriously great year for blues rock. Many premier artists are expected to release new albums this year. With several anticipated releases on the way, we let you know which artists […]
Five-time Grammy winner Robert Cray has released a trailer for his upcoming album, In My Soul, available April 1st. The album features 10 blues and soul influenced tracks and was produced by Steve Jordan (Keith Richards, John Mayer).