JOANovARC passionate rock drives this Self-Titled album follow-up to Ride Of Your Life carefully crafted with lyrics informing the style of each track Great musicianship and everyone will join in singing the chorus every time
Finding The Right Paths with Wille and The Bandits this is a complex and ultimately is powerful listening. Every track has its story to tell and those not highlighted are still brilliant but we all need some mystery so listen and find your own interpretation. On this stunning album.
The Duke Robillard Band pin back the Ear Worms this is a feast of nostalgia but served in a way that brings an edge to each song and a new way of imagining the originals
Steve Howell: never the Twain shall meet as Steve Howell and Jason Weinheimer release History Rhymes In summary, this is a wonderful collection of country blues, jazz, and traditional folk songs on an intimate and eclectic album.
Rebecca Downes More Sinner Than Saint Until she Sings. Refusing to be defined by a genre Rebecca and the band caress, hug and squeeze the shape of the music suiting the mood, lyrics and narrative. Creating music that is simply brilliant!!!
Stray Cats at 40 deliver new tracks with vitality This is a really strong collection of songs; they may sound like they’ve never been away but they sure sound better than ever!
Rory Gallagher proves again he is master of the Blues The genius that was Rory Gallagher should be celebrated at every opportunity and this release provides a new way of doing just that.
Glen Clark is telling on You Tell Me a well crafted and superbly played bundle of soul with deft blues flavourings scattered throughout. There is a lot of pleasure to be gleaned from Glen and his band’s skills and nuances
Home on the range with Americana Kitchen… The album says ... Come And Get It All in all, then, this is a fine compendium of different styles always magnificently played and arranged. An admirable showcase for true Americana and Danny is to be applauded for that.
Buck and Evans bring Rainbreakers to Globe Cardiff WE came Face to Face with the Rainbreakers a group on the rise and Buck & Evans excited the crowds this was never going to be monochrome rock tonight