Redemption New Studio Album from Joe Bonamassa

  JOE BONAMASSA NEW STUDIO ALBUM REDEMPTION RELEASED: 21 September 2018    PRE-ORDER NOW   Two-time GRAMMY-nominated blues-rock titan Joe Bonamassa returns with a brand new studio album, ‘Redemption’, which will be released on 21st September 2018 via Provogue/Mascot Label Group in Europe and J&R Adventures in North America. Redemption, Bonamassa’s 13th solo studio album and third in a row of all original material, sees him at … Read more…

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Radford Mill Festival of Rhythm and Blues 2018

RADFORD MILL FESTIVAL OF RHYTHM & BLUES SATURDAY 11th AUGUST 2018 – Gates Open 11am From a humble gathering, Radford Mill R&B Festival has swiftly become a challenger to more established similar events!  Eight great Rhythm and Blues acts spearhead our next extraordinary music festival on August 11th, 2018 in the idyllic riverside setting of Radford … Read more…

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Jon Cleary playing with Dynamite on New Album and UK Shows

  “an Englishman who long ago unlocked honorary status as a Crescent City son” NPR/WBGO New Orleans piano player and songwriter Jon Cleary is widely regarded as one of the great heirs to the city’s world-changing music heritage – an outsider from Kent, England who has improbably become a beloved personality in his adopted hometown. From a young age, Cleary’s … Read more…

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I Don’t Give A Damn Anymore shaping Husky Tones EP

I Don’t Give A Damn Anymore shapes the Latest Husky Tones Recording capturing once again music with attitude for the twenty-first century. The Husky Tones will never be standing in concrete boots reproducing the same music or simply replicating the talents of yesteryear. What the dynamic Bristol-based power duo do is capture and distil their … Read more…

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Please Don’t Be Dead requests Fantastic Negrito on New Album

Please Don’t Be Dead requests Fantastic Negrito on New Album. Why? This is an album you want to listen to while still very much alive! The phrase contemporary, alternative quickly comes to mind on an album informed by the Blues (sound and feeling) yet not dictated by the rules of blues. Fantastic Negrito has put … Read more…

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Dan Reed Network Origin Touring November 2018

“ORIGINS” UK TOUR NOVEMBER 2018 TICKETS ON SALE MONDAY 25TH JUNE FROM WWW.DANREED-NETWORK.COM/TOUR WITH SPECIAL GUESTS   Dan Reed Network are delighted to announce their upcoming “Origins” November 2018 Headline UK Tour that will see the band take in major cities across the UK in support of their impending new album “Origins” (released November 2018). Tickets go on sale at 9am on Monday June 25th from … Read more…

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Adam Norsworthy Solo Returns With The Circus Moon

Adam Norsworthy, one of the UK’s most critically-acclaimed singer-songwriters, returns on September 14th with a brand new solo album, THE CIRCUS MOON. Best known for his work with established award-winning UK Blues-rock band The Mustangs, Adam has forged a fascinating solo career that has seen his previous two albums Love & Wine, and Rainbird receiving countless accolades and tributes … Read more…

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Seventeen Moments While Waiting For The Tide To Rise with Mudlow

Seventeen Moments While Waiting For The Tide To Rise with Mudlow raises expectations with a cracking introduction that builds with the growling of Tobias’ adding another textured layer as we are Down In the Snow. What a mix of tonal shades searing horns, fast guitar and drumming that pulls in the beats.  This is grungy, … Read more…

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Ronnie Earl and The Broadcasters release The Luckiest Man

Multi-award winning guitarist Ronnie Earl is back with his band The Broadcasters and latest release The Luckiest Man presents ‘ an unwavering resolve to live with faith and gratitude ‘ according to the man himself. 12 tracks of super cool, with a homage to much-missed bassist Jim Mouradian, who sadly passed away after a show in January 2017. Things … Read more…

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The Mitch Laddie Band open up Another World

It always gives me an extra frisson when I get the opportunity to listen to and review artists from my homeland. As a County Durham lad, although I was exiled to the South before Mitch was even born, I had numerous, precious experiences of seeing many high-quality bands that played the working men’s clubs, pubs … Read more…

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