Posts Tagged ‘Sean Chambers’

Top 20 Albums of 2018

2018 was an absolute banner year for blues rock that saw several fantastic releases. Once again, the staff of Blues Rock Review cast their votes along with a record turnout from our readers to determine the year’s best blues rock albums from an extremely competitive field. Here are the top 20 albums of 2018. 

Sean Chambers: Welcome to My Blues Review

I’m a huge Stevie Ray Vaughan fan, and as such, I’m sensitive to any artist I feel is borrowing too heavily from his work. But when I say Sean Chambers’ latest, Welcome to My Blues is Vaughan-influnced, I mean it as a compliment. Chambers’ seventh album features funky rhythms, incendiary blues runs, and just the […]

Sean Chambers: Trouble and Whiskey Review

Trouble & Whiskey is the newest album from American guitarist and singer Sean Chambers featuring Todd Cook on bass, Kristopher Schnebelen on drums and Michael Hensley on Hammond B3. The album is produced by Ben Elliott, known for his work with Eric Clapton, Leslie West and many others. Special guests include John Ginty on Hammond […]

Sean Chambers: The Rock House Sessions Review

Undoubtedly, the latest record from veteran blues rock frontman Sean Chambers is a gutty compilation of legendary musicians and recognizable tunes with a hard edge. The Rock House Sessions was recorded in Nashville with Reese Wynans producing, a first for both Wynans and Chambers.

Sean Chambers: Live From The Long Island Blues Warehouse

Sean Chambers’ live performance From The Long Island Blues Warehouse consists of ten songs from his previous three studio albums in front of a fairly excited crowd. It’s an energetic show powered by a heavy, electric blues style with searing Hendrix-esque guitar licks and riffs. The album consists mostly of loud, bluesy riff driven tracks […]

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