Ashes and Dust is the latest solo release from long-time Allman Brothers band member and notable guitarist Warren Haynes. The album begins with the “Is it Me or You,” a track with heavy feeling and powerful chords, this song begs for the answer to an otherwise meaningless heartbreak. “Coal Tattoo” begins with a deep-rooted bluegrass […]
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Warren Haynes has made another track from Ashes & Dust, “Beat Down The Dust,” available for streaming. Ashes & Dust will be released on July 24.
Warren Haynes’ “Company Man” is now available for streaming. The track is off Haynes’ upcoming solo album, Ashes & Dust, out July 24.
Warren Haynes is set to release a new solo album on July 24th called Ashes and Dust featuring Railroad Earth and the track “Spots of Time” is available for streaming. In an interview with Blues Rock Review back in December, Haynes said about the album, “It’s more centered around acoustic instruments and songs that I’ve […]
Warren Haynes is one of the most accomplished artists in modern day blues rock. Haynes spent 25 years with the Allman Brothers Band and is currently working on new solo material along with the release of multiple Gov’t Mule live albums, including Dark Side of the Mule on September 15th. Blues Rock Review caught up […]
2012 has featured some spectacular live albums and the staff at Blues Rock Review got together to vote for the year’s top 5. Visit back on December 5 as we unveil the Top 20 Albums of 2012.
Live At The Moody Theater by Warren Haynes Band doesn’t feel like a sampling of live material, rather it is a rare example of a live album that puts the listener into the room with the band. And this is a treat when you consider that Warren Haynes is the master of jamming, gigging, and […]