CD Review: Buddy Guy ~ Born To Play Guitar

Buddy Guy Born To Play Guitar Silvertone Records/RCA The waiting is over we can all buy, listen and listen again to the latest impeccable album from Buddy Guy, Born To Play Guitar.  It is only to be expected that the legend that reaches back to the early days of Chicago Blues and back to Louisiana … Read more…

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Blues On The Farm 2015

Overview: A weekend that was crammed with delights for your taste buds and musical ear and the weather was kind. Whether you like a hot cup of tea, a summer fruity jug of Pimms or real ale and cider the liquid refreshment was available on tap and consumed with relish by the number of empty … Read more…

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CD Reviews: Ryk Mead and the London Blues Machine ~ Chicago

  Ryk Mead and the London Blues Machine Chicago Independent Release Date – May 29th   Second track in is the title track, we have an homage to blues and a city forever connected to the music that remains forever popular, Chicago a city of electric guitars and blues that hit your music soul.this is … Read more…

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Shrewsbury 2013

With less than a week to go and tickets going fast what better way of dispelling the late winter blues than Theatre of Blues Festival in Shrewsbury Friday 5th and Saturday 6th April The first Festival at Theatre Severn, was a resounding success as the review published in Blues Matters shows; definitely one of the … Read more…

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Groove-a-matics: CD Review – Gotta Use what You’ve Got

GROOVE-A-MATICS – Gotta Use what You’ve Got Having won the “New Brunswick Battle of the Blues 2012”, and traveled to Canada they are building on this experience, delivering a polished album which confirms that this is a band of experienced musicians, Johnny Whitehill (guitar), Mick Cantwell (vocals, sax and harp), John Morgan (bass) and Barry … Read more…

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