BRENT COBB UK Dates Plus Debut Album OUT March 24th

BRENT COBB UK Dates Plus Debut Album OUT March 24th SHINE ON RAINY DAY DEBUT ALBUM OUT MARCH 24TH via Atlantic Records     Black Crow – from Debut album Shine on Rainy Day Brent performing the laid-back, melancholic album track ‘Black Crow’ from a session recorded at the Sam Philips Studio in Tennessee. Full … Read more…

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Ten Doodle Paws Album Awards 2016

Ten Doodle Paws Album Awards 2016   What a fabulous year for music at Bluesdoodles HQ. I have enjoyed listening to all the recorded music sent. Liz makes a note (must do better in 2017 and review more! I have started a new hopefully more organised system!). Album Earning Ten Doodle Paws During 2016 One … Read more…

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Riddle & The Stars Exploring Music Coastline

<img src=”https://d5nxst8fruw4z.cloudfront.net/atrk.gif?account=R089o1IW1810Io” style=”display:none” height=”1″ width=”1″ alt=”” /> Riddle & The Stars Exploring Music Coastline     Always a touch of excited anticipation when hearing a band for the first time. Surprised that the digital catalogue was rock when the instrument line-up described on the album inner cover was more acoustic than plugged-in electric.  This is … Read more…

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DeMeyer & Kimbrough Tour Netherlands & UK March 2017

  DeMeyer & Kimbrough  Tour Netherlands & UK March 2017   When Brigitte DeMeyer and Will Kimbrough first joined their soulful voices in song six years ago, they knew they were destined to make beautiful music together. Since then, they’ve showcased their instinctive vocal interplay and formidable song-crafting skills throughout North America and Europe, collaborated … Read more…

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IAN SIEGAL BAND: THE TWENTY-FIVE TOUR 2016

Award-winning British bluesman Ian Siegal marks quarter-century anniversary with European tour. Check out European Dates HERE 10 Dates in the UK throughout November 8 Nov – SOUTHAMPTON: Talking Heads, 16-22 The Polygon, SO15 2BN 02380 361970 – 7.30pm  £12.50 9 Nov – STOCKTON-ON-TEES: ARC Stockton Arts Centre, Dovecot Street, TS18 1LL – 01642 525199 – 8pm  £15 10 Nov – … Read more…

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Villiers and The Villains Songs Of Love And Fate

Villiers and The Villains Songs Of Love And Fate   Out of Armagh, Northern Ireland, Tony Villiers drinks deep not from the well of Irish Traditional music but from across the pond. The ten tracks, from the pen of a musician who uses words to pick up the melody, whilst playing with references steeped deep … Read more…

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On Tour Harry Pane releases Changing

On Tour Harry Pane releases Changing This four track EP is a mellow snippet of Harry Pane’s approach to acoustic singer/songwriter Americana infused music. Guitar and voice perfect accompaniment when chilling on a Summer’s day. Yes, Changing has a feel of Americana, in reality, Changing is guitar and vocals they cajoles and allows the song … Read more…

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Bristol shone with the Music From Bonnie Rait

Bristol shone with the Music From Bonnie Rait       The night was warm, and the people flocked into Colston Hall one name was on everybody’s tongues Bonnie Raitt. All eyes looked towards the slender figure of Bonnie Raitt who whilst taking centre stage, was in total command from the moment she said hello … Read more…

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Band of Storms Ridden by Jimbo Mathus

  Band of Storms Ridden by Jimbo Mathus   With Jimbo Mathus, expect the unexpected and expect to be entertained with music steeped deep in the roots of the soul of American music. Band of Storms is no different, Come On Ya’all opens the album with a smile as he sings Gringo Man. This is a … Read more…

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Jimbo and Ian fills the Tunnels with Roots of Music

Jimbo and Ian fills the Tunnels with Roots of Music   Tonight The Tunnels in Bristol celebrated an evening with music that refused to be defined. It was all excellent and rooted in the experiences of folk, African, European, the Worker, the Poor and the Enslaved.  The colossus that is Ian Siegal and Jimbo Mathus … Read more…

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