Robin Trower has No More Worlds to Conquer a wonderful album that may not be Bridge of Sighs (nothing could be) but it is forty-odd minutes of dreamy, exquisitely played blues.
Nazareth serve the Sentance on Surviving the Law a wonderful and varied album of quality rock performed by first-class musicians. No, it isn’t Nazareth from the Hair of the Dog era; it is Nazareth for now and for the future and deserves to be heard.
Ray Wylie Hubbard – Co-Starring Too For those that enjoy well-written lyrics with a bit of a bite and insight, this is an album and artist worth exploring.
The Bloody Nerve get in on The Act II a great band delivering diverse rock with twists & turns…take time to listen and you will be rewarded.
Beaux Gris Gris and the Apocalypse greet Good Times End Times a wonderful album packed with fresh, rewarding and loveable songs that, with the excellent instrumentation, will satisfy music lovers across many genres.
The Sheepdogs Round Up Music Lovers in Camden as the define Rock and Roll (Ain’t No Simple Thing) at the Lafayette
Miss Bix says Bring It a great listen to some powerfully written and performed blues and some stellar musicians helping to showcase a talented singer, and songwriter.
A Winter’s Tale as Edgar pays tribute to Brother Johnny a wonderful album that, although I tend to stick to the originals whilst enjoying the tributes occasionally…this one is so good, it may not supplant Johnny’s versions, but it is already on repeat. An excellent and fitting tribute to an amazing talent by some amazing talents.
Dom Martin leads A Savage Life - a wonderful album of blues and blues-rock performed by a trio of musicians who understand the blues and each other and combine to make a powerful statement.
Wille & The Bandits live review: Elsewhere, Margate. The new four-piece band delivered the music, and the new album When the World Stood Still captivated