Joe Bonamassa is hopping Down Under

Joe Bonamassa is hopping Down Under If you like JB; if you like blues on the rocky side; you cannot fail to like this…the audience certainly did

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Larry Miller Is both The Saint and The Sinner

Larry Miller Is both The Saint and The Sinner The double album has fourteen Larry Miller originals that excites from the first to the last note. This is an album for lovers of blues-rock collections and will delight his phalanx of fans who miss him on the live scene

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Altered Five Blues Band amp it up on Ten Thousand Watts

Altered Five Blues Band amp it up on Ten Thousand Watts this is the kind of blues you can never tire of as AFBB put an original and modern edge into the blues of yore

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Thrilling Sean Webster Blues with Three Nights Live

Thrilling Sean Webster Blues with Three Nights Live This is blues that you never get tired of. He and his band never disappoint, they leave you wanting more and this live album is no different. Having captured the live sound on a record we do have a solution just play on repeat.

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Studio Album Laurence Jones Band states their intentions

Studio Album Laurence Jones Band states their intentions This is one of those albums where repeated listening is rewarded by hearing all those nice touches that are scattered liberally throughout. This is a very classy effort indeed, a cut above much of the competition.

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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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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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Danny Bryant finds his Means Of Escape

Danny Bryant finds his Means Of Escape This is as good a blues-rock album as you are likely to hear this year. It has a darkness and yet illuminates and above all, for me at least, is an object lesson in what blues guitar is all about: a deftness of touch that can make you experience the whole gamut of emotions.

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Trower addresses the reality of Coming Closer To The Day

Trower addresses the reality of Coming Closer To The Day If you’re new to Mr Trower, listen carefully to appreciate the countless nuances and touches that he brings to the blues guitar. If you’re already a fan, then you will be in seventh heaven.

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