December 4 – Highlights January to March 2018

Wow! a quarter of 2018 has passed in a flash as we explored January, February and March in our Bluesdoodles Advent Calendar. The weather at times may have challenged us, left us snowed in, shows cancelled but the highlights definitely has put 2018 on Bluesdoodles musical map, both recorded and live music reviews bringing a fizzing of delights into the first three months of 2018.

Recorded Music Highlights

First, 10 doodles review of 2018 goes to – Dan Patlansky as his Guitar and Vocals asks if Perfection Kills
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 one thing for certain 
Now Bluesdoodles got in a funky mood Bootsy Collins Capturing Ten Doodle Paws with World Wide Funk 
Magnum Rock Lost on The Road to Eternity finding 10 doodle paws approval 
Ian Siegal New Album Is Definitely All The Rage 
Made My Peace With You New Album from Paul Dunbar Satriani never disappoints  

Live Music that Sparkled

What a start to 2018, with a road trip to Wolverhampton to hear the mighty Black Country Communion
Rebecca Downes opens for Magnum at The Tramshed, Cardiff 
Triple Helping of rock Joy at The Fleece Bristol – The Bad Flowers, Jared James Nichols, Stone Broken and Bernie Marsden joining in a jam with Jared!
Myles Kennedy Performing Solo on Bristol Boat the Thekla
The Tunnels Welcoming The Ladies of The Blues, Erja Lyytinen; Connie Lush and Kyla Brox 

Special gems – finding a new artist 

Sonia Leigh who we travelled down the musical rabbit hole with the Mad Hatter 
Make Your Way to Jenny’s Place Courtesy of Mike Ross

What a first three months, what will the rest of the year deliver is the best yet to come? 

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