Posts Tagged ‘Robin Trower’

Robin Trower releases “Coming Closer To The Day” trailer

Robin Trower has released a trailer for his upcoming album, Coming Closer To The Day, available March 22.

Robin Trower announces “Coming Closer To The Day”

It’s rare to find a ’60s legend still on trailblazing form in their eighth decade. The 73-year-old guitarist finds himself in a golden late-bloom of creativity. In recent years, his solo output has been championed by both press and public, with the impact of 2014’s ‘Something’s About To Change’, 2016’s ‘Where You Are Going To’ and […]

Robin Trower: Time And Emotion Review

Over Robin Trower’s long career, there are three things he has tended to be associated with. To his fans, he is a master of guitar tone. To his detractors, he’s a Hendrix copyist. And to many others like myself, he’s the guy who was lucky enough to have the late Jimmy Dewar’s smoky vocals on […]

Robin Trower: Where You Are Going To Review

Robin Trower is five decades into his professional music career and showing no signs of slowing down. On May 6, the 71-year-old guitarist will release his latest solo effort Where You Are Going To, a 10-track album that continues Trower’s tradition of dispersing sharp moments of intricate guitar work among deeper psychedelic-trending movements. Joined by […]

Robin Trower releases “Something’s About To Change” music video

Robin Trower has released a music video for “Something’s About To Change,” the title track off his newly released album.

Robin Trower: Somethings About To Change Review

March 9th is Robin Trower’s 70th birthday and we are the ones who get a present that day with the release of Something’s About to Change. You do not keep recording at that age unless you have a real passion for music. Robin has been quoted as saying “I still enjoy making music. I practically […]

Robin Trower to release “Something’s About To Change”

Robin Trower is set to release a new studio album titled Something’s About To Change on March 9th, 2015, which is also his 70th birthday. The album’s release leads into a 17-date UK tour beginning March, 25 2015 with special guest Joanne Shaw Taylor.

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