Gary Hoey announces Release of Dust & Bones, Out: 29th July 2016. The ferocious guitarist fuses his blues and rock influences On 11 original songs that celebrate Johnny Winter, Led Zeppelin, Robert Johnson, Robin Trower, and others. Lita Ford (The Runaways) guests on “Coming Home” Check out BOXCAR BLUES: “This is where I belong—playing this ferocious blend of […]
Live review and picture credit: Adrian Hextall / Mindhex Media Another year passes and Brit hopefuls The Brew return to the capital for a show at what is fast becoming a second home for them. The 100 Club has played host to everyone who is anyone. The band are in great company as the photos […]
It doesn’t feel strange going from sold out arenas with the lights, the visuals, and 12,000 screaming people to the club setting
Initially, I grabbed this album for review interested to check out this “new” band Supersonic Blues Machineand see what they were made of.
Joe Bonamassa has been quoted as saying “JD Simo is one of the best out there” and after giving this album a listen or two, I would say he isn’t far wrong.
It could be true to say that some of the best releases are the most difficult to review.
The Temperance Movement caused a serious ripple when they released their five track Pride EP in 2012.
Don’t know about you, but I get a royal pain in my face hearing of new, up and coming rock bands constantly been touted as “ the saviours of rock n roll“, or terms to that effect. All too often the statements turn out to be grossly wide off the mark, and the majority of the bands usually disappear up the arsehole of anonymity. The latest band to be given that said treatment is Inglorious, who have been called “the future of British rock“.
Voodoo Hill, the outstanding collaboration of Italian guitar wizard Dario Mollo and legendary singer/bassist Glenn Hughes (and if I have to tell you who he is, well, hang your head in shame and go find out.) This is their third album in 15 years and like a fine wine they get better and better. Mollo is best known for his work with Tony Martin (ex-Black Sabbath vocalist) in a band called The Cage, while Hughes is fresh off his classic rock trip with Black Country Communion and California Breed.