Self titled Benjamin Bassford Acoustic Album Delights

Self-titled Benjamin Bassford Acoustic Album Delights. This album surely also is a new dawn in the musical journey of a young man with a bucket load of talent. Playing slide and fingerpicking on acoustic and resonator guitars giving a depth and variation of tones and textures. When you need time out, time to sit and think, time to contemplate or reflect this album is the perfect accompaniment.

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Elliott Morris Launches Pledge Music Campaign

  AWARD-WINNING MUSICIAN LAUNCHES DEBUT ALBUM CAMPAIGN Award-winning singer/songwriter and guitarist Elliott Morris is launching a crowdfunding campaign to record and release his first album. Following the success of his E.P. It Seemed To Make Sense At The Time read what Bluesdoodles said HERE “I’ve wanted to do this for a long, long time!” says Morris. … Read more…

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Benjamin Bassford’s Songs From The Blue Door

Benjamin Bassford’s Songs From The Blue Door What is behind Songs From The Blue Door? Seven acoustic driven country blues songs.  The orginal songs are carved out of the experiences of Benjamin’s 21 years on the planet; creating an acoustic album that has the compelling mix of stripped back melodic guitar and a voice that … Read more…

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Behind The Wheel with Red Dirt Skinners

Behind The Wheel for a Ride of Originality Thanks Red Dirt Skinners Roots wither and die whether music or plants without green shoots.  Red Dirt Skinners are an imaginative duo creating beautiful shoots of glittering music that will ensure roots/country music will continue to thrive Behind the Wheel. With this, their fifth album, the duo … Read more…

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Paul Cowley Album – Rural

Paul Cowley Album – Rural Independent   Rural is an album crammed with good songs, endearing vocals and acoustic guitar that sings. This is country blues with a collection of classics and a handful of self-penned numbers showing that Paul understands the beating musical legacy of the blues. Rural is not an album lurking in … Read more…

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EP Review: Lucy Zirins ~ What’s In Front Of Me

Lucy Zirins What’s In Front Of Me Gingersnap Music   There has been a long wait for follow-up of recorded music from Lucy Zirins, her debut album Chasing Clocks set the bar high.  This is a snug little E.P. What’s In Front Of Me is a signpost of a future that shines bright as Lucy … Read more…

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CD Review: Martin Harley and Daniel Kimbro ~ Live At Southern Ground

Martin Harley and Daniel Kimbro Live At Southern Ground Del Mundo Records This is an album steeped in acoustic blues and the vocals of Martin Harley are deep southern USA; yet in reality he is from the home counties, not a delta, but Woking nearer to the winding Thames rather than the majestic Mississippi. This … Read more…

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Babajack & Marcus Bonfanti entertain Malvern

Tonight The Cube in Malvern had not one but two reasons to get out and listen to live music, each of the double headliners Babajack and Marcus Bonfanti play acoustic music with energy and combine the music with some great stories. We had a cut down version of Babajack, the set was a combination of … Read more…

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CD Review: Doug Adamz ~National Steel

Doug Adamz National Steel Magi Productions This is the third solo album from Doug Adamz, who delivers seventeen tracks of fingerpicking National Steel a journey of blues that on the road full of heartfelt pain in the vocal tones as the guitar fingers its way through a background melody. The tone is folksy blending music … Read more…

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Gig Review: Stefan Grossman

Stefan Grossman St David’s Hall, Cardiff – Roots Unearthed 21st April 2015 There was another full level three for the popular stripped back and intimate Roots Unearthed sessions. Tonight on the stage was Stefan Grossman, the master of acoustic guitar who was taught by Rev. Gary Davis as a child. As Stefan says he was … Read more…

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