Veronica Lewis proves You Ain’t Unlucky a wonderful 4 Doodle paws album that entertains will draw you in and make you want to join the party.
Joanna Connor addresses 4801 South Indiana Avenue Bluesdoodles rating: 5 Doodle Paws - I cannot fault this album as it addresses the blues (albeit with a Chicago tint) so damned well. The playing is impeccable, inventive and a delight from start to finish and Mr Bonamassa’s presence guilds a high-quality lily perfectly. Joanna Connor addresses 4801 South Indiana Avenue
Layla Zoe has Nowhere Left To Go - 4 Doodle Paws: A truly Wonderful album that crosses the genres and the ages to deliver an engaging, professional and entertaining album.
DeWolff unleashes the Wolff Pack a Wonderful album that gets better every time you listen and will be welcome in any rock lovers collection…or blues, or soul, or funk…so everyone’s then.
Katie Bradley and Pete Farrugia open up their Soho Heart - a varied and enjoyable album that may be light on the blues but with enough to satisfy most of us - a bit more harp and even longer solos next time, please!
Lisa Mills helps us get lost in The Triangle A Wonderful album soulful blues packed with quality performances not surprisingly Lisa that shines through.
Troy Redfern shares This Raging Heart - A 5 Doodle Paw blues rock, slide driven masterpiece that will never fail to lift the spirits.
Félix Rabin puts the pedal down on Pogboy Félix is an absurdly talented guitarist - wonderful bluesy rocky addition that will satisfy many tastes; well worth listening to for blues, rock and even AOR lovers
John Blues Boyd vision on What My Eyes Have Seen a slice of blues, blues history, the shortcomings of mankind & undying love for someone close… lovely stuff!
Bill Blue is The King Of Crazy Town a Wonderful album of blues-infused goodness of 4 Doodle Paws tapping out the beats and rhythms