Bluesdoodles Advent December 1 – Lets Look at January

Let us Look back to January 2018.

The year started with a music live and recorded Bluesddoles team definitely had fun as we welcomed Tom Dixon. Pendragon & Wes O’Neill to the team.

January saw the first of many reviews from Tom Dixon who has been casting his thoughts over blues, rock, prog but never folk – his rules! Whilst, Wes O’Neill got talking to musicians about new albums and more.

Bluesdoodles CD Reviews

First, 10 doodles review of 2018 goes to – Dan Patlansky as his Guitar and Vocals asks if Perfection Kills

The Outlaw Orchestra. Tom’s first review was a special moment – Here is the review

Pendragon joined the team reviewing Spiritus Powerhouse Blues From Jane Lee Hooker

Illya Portnov Debut Album Strong Brew  

The Bad Flowers started 2018 with the release of debut album Starting Gun read why the album made Liz break her own rules. A debut achieving a perfect 10… 

Joe Satriani Guitar Asks What Happens Next on his 2018 Album –

Grainne Duffy Delivers Where I Belong on her third album release –

Ruby Tiger delivers Bluesy Vibes 

Melodic Rock Stalwarts HEAT score Again Going Into The Great Unknown 

Black Rain falling on Mick Simpson Delivering a Blues Album

We all Need Steaming Hot Black Coffee Courtesy Of Hart & Bonamassa Combo 

Dream Train Flying Blues From Alastair Greene

Rev Shawn Amos Breaks It Down Historically With Blues

 

 

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January Live Music

What a start to 2018, with a road trip to Wolverhampton to hear the mighty Black Country Communion

As January draws to the close Bluesdoodles Liz & Kevin make their annual migration to the East Coast to Butlins, Skegness for The Great British Rock and Blues Festival

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January Conversations with Bluesdoodles

Perfection Kills as We Talk to Dan Patlansky

Wes O’Neill talking to Laurence Jones, The Truth, The Whole Truth and nothing but the Truth! 

In Conversation – Tommy Emmanuel with help from His Friends

In Conversation with Tom Leighton as the Starting Gun Fires Up for Bad Flowers

 

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