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Music Reviews

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

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Rockin’ Johnny Burgin’s ‘Neoprene Fedora’ is a Chi-volution!

The 16-track album 'Neoprene Fedora' chronicles Burgin’s move to California from Chicago, and has more twists and turns than Route 66.

Mick Kolassa’s ‘Double Standards’ Is Full of Surprises

Kolassa’s 'Double Standards' is a deceptively complex album of compelling takes on great blues songs.

Ronnie Earl Is ‘The Luckiest Man’

Ronnie Earl is an amazing guitar player. There’s no denying his considerable talents and versatility, often shifting between jazz and blues...
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Arielle’s ‘Mind Lion’ Touched Our Gypsy Soul

Arielle's newest EP release, 'Mind Lion,' is a remarkably eclectic sampling from an artist who couldn't be more grounded.

Popa Chubby’s ‘Two Dogs’ Delivers on Guitar

'Two Dogs' has lots of great guitar sounds and some very nice solos. There’s no denying Chubby's talent as a guitarist.

Danielle Nicole Continues to Evolve With ‘Cry No More’

Far from a one-trick pony, Danielle Nicole bends genres as effortlessly as she does her bass strings.

Jane Lee Hooker’s ‘Spiritus’ Pushes Boundaries

The challenge for blues artists is the perception of authenticity.

Joe Satriani’s 2018 G3 Tour Kickoff Delivers

Satriani's excitement, animation, and wild facial expressions engaged the crowd throughout his performance.
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Elmore James Music Takes Flight Again Via All-Star Tribute Album

'Strange Angels: In Flight With Elmore James' does an incredible job of paying homage to songs that are at least 50 years old.
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The Reverend Shawn Amos ‘Breaks It Down’ and Then Some

If you're a lover of blues, soul, Gospel, or simply socially conscious, you're gonna want 'The Reverend Shawn Amos Breaks It Down.'
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