Bluesdoodles In Conversation 2020
JD SIMO – SIMOEric JohnsonFee Waybill – The TubesPaul Bowe – Federal CharmWalter TroutDebbie BondSari SchorrColeen Rennison – No SinnerJared James NicholsJoe Louis WalkerJJ Grey Wayne ProctorKaz HawkinsDan Patlansky Dan Reed JD Simo
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Festival & Gig reviews 2020 only a few then the venues and festival fields fell silent.... and music became streamed into your home
Bluesdoodles at Gigs & Festivals 2019 - we went and danced, photographed met up with people do you remember those days?
Bluesdoodles Recorded Music Reviews 2020 a challenging year, reviewed 99 albums, 24 are Stupendous, 56 are Wonderful & 9 are Great Listening
Matthew Robb – Dead Men Have No Dreams an album of thoughtfulness, dreaming, and reality wrapped in a mix of country and blues. It is a very easy, at times challenging listen when you hear the carefully crafted words. Give it a listen if you like the Guthrie school of storytelling and simple but effective backing.
Jack Broadbent slides into Moonshine Blue an album that is not the blues…it is way more complex than that and embraces many a genre as Jack takes you through a journey of styles of playing and composition.
Katy Hobgood Ray featuring Dave Ray – I Dream of Water A slightly laid back album a wonderful countrified Blues album for your collection
Nightblade cut through Ignorance Is Bliss the album as a whole is like listening to the early days of the NWOBHM but with some newer tinges of 80s rock in there too. I bet they are a blast live and that their next album will be even better.