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Music Reviews

This is the all-encompassing section to review anything music-related.

Franc Robert Returns with the Acoustic "Ride The Iron Road"

As an acoustic set, the simplicity of the presentation really adds to the impact of the music, with only Franc and his guitar(s) painting vivid images, as this Florida native is so talented at doing.

The Cooper Brothers' "In From The Cold"

The Cooper Brothers return for a fantastic new album, with production wizard Colin Linden

Matt Schofield Delivers With “As Far As I Can See”

Schofield’s playing is right on the money, with fine tone, and feel throughout. The band does an excellent job, not just backing him, but as active, integral contributors to the success of these performances.

"Blues Enough" From The Hitman Blues Band Is A Good Time

Blues Enough, from the Hitman Blues Band is a really good time! Out on Nerus Records and clocking in at just under 49 minutes, this album is energetic and spunky.
Eric Johnson Band Feature

Eric Johnson Rocks the Voodoo in Kansas City

Many times as a tour winds down, performers may begin to show a little road weariness. Not so with Eric Johnson.

Paradise Kings Give Us a ‘Controlled Burn’

The Paradise Kings play blues that's rockabilly, and blues that swings. They play with passion, and they play well.
Rory Gallagher -- His Life And Times

Rory Gallagher: His Life and Times

One doesn't think of the Blues and Ireland necessarily in the same sentence, but the fascinating story of how blues guitar slinger Rory Gallagher inspired an entire nation might just change your mind...
Brandon Isaak - Bluesmans Plea

Bluesman's Plea from Brandon Isaak –

Brandon Isaak is a roots-based Canadian artist with some strong things to say, and an old school blues way of saying it, floating from a country blues, "Mississippi Sheiks" style, to Gospel, Piedmont and...

TBT – Willie Nelson Sings the Blues on ‘Milk Cow Blues’

Now some of you might be raising your eyebrows in surprise and thinking “A blues album from Willie Nelson? Really?” Yes, friends, he really did put out a blues album, and why not?

Mark Hummel Pushes His Harp to the Limit on ‘Harpbreaker’

This is an instrumental album, and just like other such albums of quality (think Freddie King's 'Let's Hide Away and Dance Away with Freddy King'), 'Harpbreaker' is destined to become a classic!
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