Posts Tagged ‘Simo’

JD Simo announces “Off At 11”

Revered guitarist/vocalist, JD SIMO, announces his upcoming, first solo record, OFF AT 11, due out March 1, 2019 as well as a national tour that kicks off on January 22nd before the band leave for a European tour in support of Tommy Emmanuel. JD returns to the United States in April to open for the […]

SIMO: Rise and Shine Review

SIMO are not your average bunch of rock’n’rollers, that’s for sure. Although distinctly retro at times, with a welter of Sixties influences and a jam band capability at their disposal, the Nashville based trio still figure among the more avant-garde exponents of modern blues rock. Don’t buy Rise & Shine expecting to settle down to […]

Simo Interview

Nashville power trio Simo are set to release Rise and Shine on September 15th, the followup to 2016’s Let Love Show The Way. Blues Rock Review caught up with frontman JD Simo to discuss the new album and more.

Album Releases: September 2017

September’s Album Releases video features new albums from Gregg Allman, Black Country Communion, Jonny Lang, Simo, and Mike Brookfield.

Stream “Shine” by Simo

“Shine,” the new track by Simo is available for streaming. The track is featured on the upcoming album, Rise and Shine, available September 15.

Simo announce “Rise and Shine”

Rise & Shine is the new album from Nashville trio SIMO, which will be released on 15 September 2017 on Provogue/Mascot Label Group (Black Country Communion, Joe Bonamassa, Black Stone Cherry, Monster Truck, Beth Hart, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Walter Trout, Jonny Lang)

Simo release “Long May You Sail” video

Nashville blues rock trio Simo have released a music video for “Long May You Sail” off the new album, Let Love Show The Way.

Simo: Let Love Show the Way Review

Let Love Show the Way is the newest album from Nashville trio and Joe Bonamassa-championed group Simo. “Stranger Blues” is the album’s introductory track that kicks off the lengthy LP with the sound of oscillating electronics before turning into a psychedelically tinged rock piece with a guitar line that easily recalls Ray Manzarek’s keyboard work […]

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