Posts Tagged ‘Tinsley Ellis’

Tinsley Ellis to release “Ice Cream In Hell”

World-renowned Atlanta-based blues-rock guitar virtuoso, soulful singer and prolific songwriter Tinsley Ellis will release his highly-anticipated new Alligator Records album, Ice Cream In Hell, on Friday, January 31.

Tinsley Ellis: Winning Hand Review

The thing about guitarist/singer Tinsley Ellis is he always plays just the right note at just the right time. He continues that incredible tradition on Winning Hand, a return to a more traditional blues sound. The album has a timeless feel that might send even the most knowledgeable blues lovers into the liner notes to […]

Album Releases: January 2018

January’s Album Releases video features new albums from Beth Hart/Joe Bonamassa, Eric Steckel, Tommy Emmanuel, and Tinsley Ellis.

Tinsley Ellis’ “Winning Hand” gets January release date

Alligator Records has set a January 12, 2018 release date for Winning Hand, the powerful new album from Southern blues-rock guitar wizard, vocalist and songwriter Tinsley Ellis. He will immediately hit the road for a mammoth three month U.S. tour, launching on release date with a concert at the Variety Playhouse in his hometown of […]

New Tinsley Ellis album “Winning Hand” announced

Alligator Records is pleased to announce the return to the label of Southern blues-rock guitar wizard, vocalist and songwriter Tinsley Ellis. His powerful new album, Winning Hand, is set for January 2018 release.

Underrated Guitarists (Episode 3)

Episode 3 of Underrated Guitarists highlights Davy Knowles, Tinsley Ellis, and Terry Quiett.

Tinsley Ellis Interview

When you think of bluemen, Tinsley Ellis immediately comes to mind. He’s as prolific as they come in the genre. Ellis has been performing for over 40 years and is in the midst of touring his brand new album, Red Clay Soul. Blues Rock Review caught up with Ellis to discuss the new album and […]

Tinsley Ellis: Red Clay Soul Review

Tinsley Ellis gives us an album filled with tracks that are reminiscent of the characteristic southern soul sound of many southern artists. Digging back to the roots of the soul sound of Ray Charles and Otis Redding and hailing from Georgia, Ellis’ title of his latest release makes perfect sense, Red Clay Soul.

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