Hannah Wicklund and the Steppin’ Stones go eponymous

Hannah Wicklund and the Steppin’ Stones go eponymous she has that all-important feel. A powerful, wide-ranging third album that repays with every listen. her music will grow from this and continue to get better and better as she takes her rightful place in the hierarchy of the blues-rock world.

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Albert Castiglia – paints a sonic Masterpiece

Albert Castiglia – paints a sonic Masterpiece The whole thing is a lyrical masterpiece as the title suggests and its rugged feel allows Albert’s guitar playing to shine. If you love true blues then this has it in spades and you will not be disappointed.

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Tony Holiday & Friends sit in on the Porch Sessions

Tony Holiday & Friends sit in on the Porch Sessions It is well worth a listen and if you love old style blues with a patina of modern interpretation with blues harp and guitar featuring strongly on every track, then you will certainly love this.

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Sean Taylor takes The Path Into Blue

Sean Taylor takes The Path Into Blue an album for my more introspective moments when, despite the Tobacco And Whiskey warnings, I will lie back with the aforementioned and ponder the rights and wrongs of life, the universe and everything and let Sean’s rectitude, passion and pathos wash over me.

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Kenny Parker brings you Hellfire Blues Guitar

Kenny Parker brings you Hellfire Blues Guitar This is a great album that may not break new ground, but it is chock full of quality songs and playing that take the blues tropes we revere and remodels them for today.

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