Ronnie Earl and Broadcasters step Beyond The Blue Door This is the sort of album from my perspective can never be background music; it needs listening to; it has so much to offer
Dan Burnett Flying Solo with songs from a turbulent decade the ten tracks deliver strong melodies on piano or guitar and powerful thought-provoking lyrics. A singer/songwriter Flying Solo with confidence and style.
Austen Jenckes takes time to Chat with Bluesdoodles Simon met up with the very amiable up and coming American country singer Austin Jenckes on the day that his superb debut album “If You Grew Up Like I Did” was released.
Thrilling Sean Webster Blues with Three Nights Live This is blues that you never get tired of. He and his band never disappoint, they leave you wanting more and this live album is no different. Having captured the live sound on a record we do have a solution just play on repeat.
Dudley Taft seeks the Simple Life on latest Album you will enjoy this album all the way through if you like your blues on the rock side. There is enough variation and inventiveness to prevent needless comparisons and Taft’s playing more than satisfies the guitar geek in me and this is an album I will be returning too many times in the future.
The New Roses go Nothing But Wild Here we have an album by a band at the peak of their powers…full of memorable anthems all with the trademark strong vocals and instrumentation.
Tony Campanella is, at last, Taking It To The Street This is a very high-quality album of guitar-led blues. Zito, is certainly signing some significant talent, fabulous blues and blues-rock