Hitman Blues Band in denial on the latest album ... It’s Not My Circus, Not My Monkey A Wonderful album of varied blues with something for everyone within - great guitar solos (not enough), strong vocals and excellent backing from a powerful and accomplished band.
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.
A Gulf Coast Christmas reins in the blues - A Wonderful Christmas album original and covers are simple perfect listening any time of the year
Glen Clark is telling on You Tell Me a well crafted and superbly played bundle of soul with deft blues flavourings scattered throughout. There is a lot of pleasure to be gleaned from Glen and his band’s skills and nuances
Niecie spells Trouble With A Capital T Niecie has a great voice which she doesn’t spoil by trying to sound like anyone else steeped deep in the Blues
Slim Butler finds a hot point in the Big Freeze It isn’t blues or rock or funk…it is a pleasing amalgam of all three at the same time it works really well
Trevor B Power Band flies with an Everyday Angel it is a strong album that travels a few different blues avenues in a good way. What it says to me is that his next album will be a corker as he develops on this sterling start
Benny Turner and Cash McCall Going Back Home This is a damn good album from start to finish made all the more poignant by Cash McCall’s tragic death. So revel in the legacy and enjoy ten tracks of high-quality blues
Katie Knipp advises to Take It With You her fifth album; the good news is that it’s bluesier than ever. Bringing together differing styles and genres, mixed them up and turned them into a really enjoyable album of passion and care is more than welcome.
Jason Robert tells of The Death of Stone Stanley This is an excellent album of solid and well-played blues blues firmly rooted in the 20s and 30s but with a clean and modern edge