Will Wilde Harmonica Album Launch Delight Worthing

This was the official launch night for Will Wilde’s new album ‘Bring It On Home’. 14th March and  Will Wilde Harmonica album launch delight Worthing; on his home turf with local band members playing Southern Pavilion. The band hit the stage with a few of his earlier numbers in order to ‘warm up’, but from … Read more…

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The Devil In Our Wake New Video From Shamans Harvest

The Devil In Our Wake New Video From Shamans Harvest Shaman’s Harvest are back with the brand new video. The track comes via their new album Red Hands Black Deeds, which was released last year via Mascot Records

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Gumption by the Fistful from Randy McAllister and the Scrappiest Band in the Motherland

Raised in the small Texas town of Novice, Randy McAllister developed his love of the drums from his firefighter father, who played the drums in local bands and allowed McAllister to join in. McAllister enrolled in the Air Force in his early 20’s and it was through contacts here that he also began playing and … Read more…

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Rock at the funky candy party emphasis is Funky

Rock Candy Funk Party is, in case you’re unaware, an American band formed in 2009 by drummer Tal Bergman and guitarist Ron DeJesus. After a successful debut on the live scene, in 2013 the duo recruited guitarist Joe Bonamassa (who obviously didn’t have enough to do!), bassist Mike Merritt and keyboard player Renato Neto, and released the debut … Read more…

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Travel Down To Port Saint Joe With Brothers Osborne

Travel Down To Port Saint Joe With Brothers Osborne A summer anthem album arrived in my inbox as we saw the first rays of warm sunshine knock winter on its head. Florida panhandle town, Port Saint Joe, a perfect fit for their second studio album from Brothers Osbourne. Building on the superb guitar and baritone vocals that at times collide and at other times coalesce creating a cascading celebration of music that sounds mighty fine.

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Black Stone Cherry Planting a Rock Fueled Family Tree

Black Stone Cherry Planting a Rock Fueled Family Tree. With Black Stone Cherry every time you listen or see them live you become part of the extended family. Shading under the musical tree of the rocking sound that they produce grounded in the music they love. Southern, edgy and always played with family love. The band is a family.

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Teresa James finds her soul Here In Babylon

Pianist and vocalist Teresa James is back with her band, the Rhythm Tramps, for her tenth album, Here in Babylon. Teresa is often compared to Bonnie Raitt but she has a sound which is very much her own: a silkier, more soulful timbre. Her output is usually based across the roots, blues, gospel and soul landscape, … Read more…

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Witness Night Turned Into Day by Sweet Bourbon

The Dutch band Sweet Bourbon was formed in early 2014 by Martijn Cuypers and Chris Janssen, and the recent arrivals of Willem van der Schoof, Roeland van Laer and René van Onna, form the current line-up. With the addition of the Bourbonettes: Sonja Walters, Suzan Wattimena and Laura van der Vange they gave themselves a … Read more…

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Peter V’s Blues Train Never Running Out Of Time

Peter V‘s Blues Train is a band that has been building quite a following over the pond and could well make a splash over here with their latest release, Running Out of Time. Now in his early 50s, Peter Veteska (hence Peter V) was born in Manhattan. A self-taught musician influenced by Derek And The Dominos, Alvin … Read more…

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Beth Hart Front and Center: Live from New York

Beth Hart Front and Center: Live from New York – The first question I asked can a live album capture the mystery, and emotional intensity of Beth Hart singing from a stage to you? Yes, it does this is Beth live in your living room. A live album that captures more than the moment it has distilled through your personal speakers the emotion and power of Beth Hart ruling the song and stage.

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