The Cold Stares gaze at their Heavy Shoes a wonderful album of heavy, varied and skilful blues-rock with sufficient deviations from the template to be always interesting.
Jo Harman and Company Live At Hideaway…at last. A stupendous live album that shows naivety to an extent but more importantly, shows a significant talent backed by a superb band on the road to success…just not the level that she deserves…yet.
Jo Harman Live At Hideaway Tenth Anniversary Release out 1st August, 2021. The album will also be available on vinyl for the first time.
Applaud Beth Hart Adding Five New Dates in the UK visiting Bournemouth, Warrington Newcastle, Birmingham, and Bexhill and enjoy the emotionally charged performances
Sean Chambers knows That’s What I’m Talkin’ About. A wonderful album that is a guitarists heaven; a blues standard lovers treat and an all-around damn good album.
Highlights for Your Monday Words & Music 26th July a Smörgåsbord of delights new music and Doodle-zine submissions open again.
Adam Schultz demonstrates Soulful Distancing a great listen for a lesson in consummate musicianship. If you like soul ahead of the blues, you’ll love this
Bernie Rules as we Hail the Coming of ‘Kings’! Out Today. Blues power of Marsden shines in Bluesdoodles 5 doodle paw review
Notches in Joe Bonamassa's Walking Cane as the blues journeyman takes the road less travelled. Notches the new single from his upcoming Studio Album.
Chris Gill is somewhere Between Midnight And Louise a wonderful album for aficionados of acoustic blues both picked and slided(!) It evokes the blues of a bygone era in a fresh and satisfying way.