Gold Top New Album Delivered By The Milk Men

Gold Top New Album Delivered By The Milk Men superb follow up to Debut album Full Phat. There may be no reworking of the recipe of British blues but then when something isn’t broke why change it. The Milk Men know that and play the style they love and will always be a welcomed by fans.

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The End of the Line is just the start with Ritchie Dave Porter

The End of the Line is just the start with Ritchie Dave Porter I have liked Ritchie Dave Porter ever since I read an interview with him by Michael Limnios, where he said “I would encourage the younger generation of today to stop listening to crap like Kanye West and Justin Bieber and open their … Read more…

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Join the Blues Party with Zoe Schwarz Blue Commotion

Zoë Schwarz has been a big name on the blues scene for a few years now, with her live performances particularly lauded by fans and the press. Now with her band, Blue Commotion comes an album that should lift all of them to the heights they deserve. The band got together in 2012, and this … Read more…

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Black Country Communion Marches In With Rock on BCCIV

Black Country Communion Marches In With Rock on BCCIV   With the album full of golden energy. A burning saffron Phoenix. The cover shouts to you listen I am a mighty album ready and waiting for your attention. When you are a reviewer sometimes you forget to write and just let the music pour out … Read more…

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Wayward Sons Explore through Rock Our Ghosts Of Yet To Come

Wayward Sons Explore through Rock Our Ghosts Of Yet To Come Debut albums are the calling card of any new band. Wayward Sons as they explore their brand of Rock on Ghosts Yet To Come deliver a gold-plated debut. If you have seen them play live you know what to expect high-octane vocal powered heavy … Read more…

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Irish Rock Album Solas is this The Answer

&amp;amp;lt;<span></span>img src=”https://d5nxst8fruw4z.cloudfront.net/atrk.gif?account=R089o1IW1810Io” style=”display:none” height=”1″ width=”1″ alt=”” /&amp;amp;gt; Irish Rock Album Solas is this The Answer Do not confuse the title with anything maritime! Solas is Irish Gaelic for Light, not the acronym – Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS). With that clarified what about the music on their seventh studio album Solas? If you expect … Read more…

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Review Recording of Joe Bonamassa ~ Live at Radio City Hall

Joe Bonamassa Live at Radio City Hall Provogue – Mascot Label     The album is as you would expect songs from a live concert with cutaway applause which is throughout warm and heartfelt as New Yorkers were lapping up and loving Joe Bonamassa. Yes the album is recorded live and I personally thoroughly enjoyed … Read more…

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Duke Garwood @ The Louisianna, Bristol

Duke Garwood The Louisiana Bristol The evening was sunny and bright full of hot April sunshine, but before the music time to sit and have a conversation with Duke about his music, influences and ambitions. Duke Garwood, a musician to the core from Kent is a bluesman who delivers in the studio with solo albums … Read more…

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CD Review : Dan Patlansky ~ Dear Silence Thieves

Dan Patlansky Dear Silence Thieves This is an album that has stylish design and a clever theme of sound reflecting the album’s title Dear Silence Thieves – encapsulating what so many of us feel when audiences chatter rather than listen; and is dedicated to two Silence Thieves who left a venue embarrassed when an artist … Read more…

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Feeding The Machine ~ Idle Hands CD review

Feeding The Machine Idle Hands Independent       Idle Hands has scored a real rocky blues success with Feeding The Machine their latest album to hit the airwaves and this is a band that delivers every time. The band brings a distinctive dimension to all the songs they sing and this album is no … Read more…

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