Posts Tagged ‘Robert Randolph’

The Best Interviews of 2019

Over the course of the year, Blues Rock Review has had the opportunity to speak to some of the most talented artists in the genre. We’ve traveled to festivals and concerts all over the country. Here are some of the best interviews over the course of 2019.

How Technology Is Changing The Music Business

We live in a world consumed by technology. Gone are the days of big CD collections and streaming platforms like Spotify and Pandora are king, but how are these changes in technology affecting musicians today? Blues Rock Review spoke with touring musicians all over the United States to find out.

Robert Randolph – Master of Sacred Steel interview

Robert Randolph is a master of pedal steel guitar and is helping to carry on the sacred steel tradition. Blues Rock Review Editor-in-Chief Pete Francis sat down with Randolph to discuss his new album, Brighter Days, carrying on the sacred steel tradition, inspiring the next generation, and more.

Keb’ Mo’: Oklahoma Review

When Keb’ Mo’ set out to create a new album, he imagined the final product would be an entirely acoustic solo project, not a 10-track album full of guest appearances and named for a state with which he had no personal connection. But in a recent interview with Blues Rock Review, Mo’ explained that he […]

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