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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Gwyn Ashton’s Sonic Blues Preachers will convert you

Gwyn Ashton’s Sonic Blues Preachers will convert you Quite simply a brilliant album that may take some a few listens to truly appreciate…but believe me, the time spent will be repaid on so many levels. Give it a try and you will not be disappointed.

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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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Billy Walton unveils the Soul of a Man

Involved in music for many years and once the guitarist in Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes, Billy Walton and his

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