Posts Tagged ‘Hannah Wicklund’

Hannah Wicklund covers Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young’s “Ohio”

Hannah Wicklund has released a new music video covering Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young’s “Ohio.” Wicklund covered the track in honor of the 50th anniversary of the Kent State shooting. The video was performed live in Seattle at Studio X.

Facebook Live Concerts to Watch

Touring has come to a complete stop due to the coronavirus pandemic and artists are adapting to the changes. Many bands and musicians have begun doing Facebook live concerts as a way to continue to connect with their fans. Fans can also support the artists through virtual tip jars. Here are some Facebook live concerts […]

Hannah Wicklund: The Inbetween EP Review

If you’ve ever attended a Hannah Wicklund live concert you know it’s filled with lots of hard rocking electric guitar. Wicklund’s new four-track EP, The Inbetween, shows a different side of her repertoire with more raw, stripped-down performances from Hannah Wicklund and the Steppin Stones’ self-titled album.

Hannah Wicklund announces “The Inbetween” EP

Hannah Wicklund has announced a new four song EP titled The Inbetween, which will be available digitally and on vinyl April 17th. The album was recorded and produced by her brother, Luke Mitchell, of the High Divers. The album was recorded in their parents’ home in South Carolina. The Inbetween features stripped down versions of […]

King King to tour UK with Hannah Wicklund

King King are pleased to announce that the incredible Hannah Wicklund & Steppin’ Stones will be special guests on their upcoming UK Tour. The South Carolina-born guitarist met King King during on Joe Bonamassa’s Keeping the Blues Alive At Sea Mediterranean Cruise in August 2019 and is looking forward to touring with them.

How Technology Is Changing The Music Business

We live in a world consumed by technology. Gone are the days of big CD collections and streaming platforms like Spotify and Pandora are king, but how are these changes in technology affecting musicians today? Blues Rock Review spoke with touring musicians all over the United States to find out.

Hannah Wicklund: Born To Rock and Roll

Hannah Wicklund is a 22-year-old guitar phenom and while she may be young, Wicklund has been playing shows for 13 years. Wicklund sat down for an interview with Blues Rock Review Editor-in-Chief Pete Francis to share her story.

Watch Hannah Wicklund perform “Mama Said” at Summerfest

Hannah Wicklund and the Steppin Stones left a lasting impression with a raucous 45 minute set at Summerfest in Milwaukee. The band closed out its set at the world’s largest music festival with a stunning rendition of “Mama Said” and Blues Rock Review has the exclusive video.

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