Light It Up on Friday 13th with Kris Barras Band It is a definite his second album released on Mascot Label Group will Light Up your speakers everyday play loud & often
Find Brighter Days with Robert Randolph & Family he sound has a dirty edge that makes this blending of traditional beats and melodies contemporary, exciting and very relevant. In dark times you need music that is upbeat and lifts the mood.
Crobot Rock Hooks up to Their Motherbrain CROBOT has always managed to write music that packs a distinct punch. In this heavier, but no less psychedelic, bluesy-groove filled album, the focus is less on the surreal imagination of the band, but on the real-life topics that matter in the present.
Gov’t Mule says Bring On The Music Live Bring On The Music – Live At The Capitol Theatre cajoles you under the web of musically magic that the wizard –in-chief; Warren Haynes excels. For every fan of the band there will be tracks that set them alight with pure ecstasy.
Light It Up With Kris Barras Announcing New Album - Out 13th September 2019 via Mascot Label Group. While we wait for Light It Up catch the band play live
Join The Traveler with Kenny Wayne Shepherd There you have it, a fine addition to your general music collection (very nice artwork on the cover as well) that also happens to be a great guitar album.
Stray Cats at 40 deliver new tracks with vitality This is a really strong collection of songs; they may sound like they’ve never been away but they sure sound better than ever!
George Benson Goes Walking to New Orleans He will definitely have changed many peoples’ opinion of him with this change in direction and really enjoyable take on some well-known numbers.
Joe Bonamassa Live at The Royal Albert Hall - brilliant blues-rock guitar, ripping out scintillating solos like a magician pulling rabbits out a hat. A fantastic set of around two hours twenty minutes from the blues superstar; one that will stay in the memory for a long time.
Paul Gilbert preaches Behold Electric Guitar If you are a guitar lover then there is so much to glean from this excellent album…if guitar isn’t your first love then still give this a try, listen to that instrument talk to you and then decide.