Archive for the ‘Interviews’ Category

Vintage Trouble Interview: Ty Taylor

Blues Rock Review chats with Vintage Trouble frontman Ty Taylor about the band’s single “Outside-In,” which shines a light on mental health during isolation, plus what Taylor has learned after 10 years with Vintage Trouble, the biggest challenge the band has faced, and more.

Bad Touch Interview

New Wave classic rock band Bad Touch is set to release its fourth album Kiss The Sky on June 19. Blues Rock Review caught up with frontman Stevie Westwood to get the scoop on the new record and find out what the band’s been up to since touring came to a halt.

Dan Patlansky Interview

Hailing from South Africa, Dan Patlansky is one of the world’s premier guitarists. Patlansky is the only artist in history to have two different albums voted #1 on Blues Rock Review’s annual Top 20 Albums of the Year list (2014, 2016). Blues Rock Review caught up with Patlansky to get the scoop on when to […]

Philip Sayce: “Spirit Rising” Interview

Blues Rock Review goes in depth with guitar wizard Philip Sayce about his new album Spirit Rising, plus Sayce shares some licks and riffs from the new record. Sayce also discusses the impact the coronavirus pandemic is having on musicians and gives us some insight into his life at home.

Robert Jon and the Wreck Interview

For nearly a decade, Robert Jon and the Wreck has been one of the most consistent and prolific bands on the blues rock scene. The band will release its new album Last Light On The Highway on May 8th. Blues Rock Review caught up with frontman Robert Jon Burrison to discuss the album, how the […]

King King Interview: Alan Nimmo

King King has firmly planted itself as one of the best blues rock bands in the world. The band has a revamped lineup and is working on a new studio album due out later this year and recently released a new single titled “I Won’t Fall.” Blues Rock Review caught up with frontman Alan Nimmo […]

Zack Walther Band Interview

Nestled between Austin and San Antonio rests a city called New Braunfels, one Texas’s oldest cities and now the home base of the Zack Walther Band. On Wednesday nights, known locally as Walther Wednesdays, residents and fans from around Texas can drop into Freiheit Country Store to hear Zack Walther and Matt Briggs run through […]

Richie Kotzen: 50 For 50 Interview

As Richie Kotzen himself describes it, he had enough songs for his 22nd solo album ready to go last year when he stumbled across some old material that hadn’t yet been fully fleshed out. The songs—most of them, anyway—weren’t finished, but he was pretty sure they could be. It was then that he had an […]

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