100 Club Alive with Live Music Again! Robert Jon & The Wreck, 23rd September 2021 supported by Troy Redfern
Colin James Twentieth Album is a Hit on the Open Road a stupendous album. This is simply a superb set of stylishly played numbers that will appeal to any fans of electric urban blues, especially those who appreciate exceptional guitar playing. An unexpected pleasure to review.
Colin Blunstone In Conversation from Abbey Road as he talks about the forthcoming album, singing and Zombie music in films
Brian Setzer – “Gotta Have the Rumble” A wonderful album. The collection is slicker than the tail fin of a freshly waxed chevvy and, rarer than a mint condition Gretsch Silver Jet from ’58, full of excellent songs that reflect the drive and style of the golden era of rock’n’roll.
The Fire Cosmic! fuels Troy Redfern's Guitar and is definitely a great listen throughout, the second half takes us into a different orbit
Joe Bonamassa Now Serving: Royal Tea Live at the Ryman These are mesmerising versions, sparkling with energy and brilliant ensemble playing. I’m not sure it gets any better than is. An essential addition to your collection.
In Conversation with Pablo van de Poel from DeWolff following release of album Wolff Pack full of Dutch Raw Psychedelic Southern Rock
Dumpstaphunk - Where Do We Go From Here - In the absence of live music put this on and have a house party and funk up your mood to joyous
Rise Up with music from Ronnie Earl Today - sadly missed the mark as an album. Songs played within a playlist many tracks will light up your ears
Arielle – Analog Girl in a Digital World stupendous 5 Doodle Paws. A MUST for your collection you will play on repeat as a perfect antidote to lockdown blues