Album Reviews

Black Star Riders – The Killer Instinct Review

The songs climaxes with an apocalyptic guitar solo that hasn’t served it’s purpose if your ears aren’t ringing. All in all a great hard rock album, that’s safe and traditional in parts, but way more adventurous than the debut album. When the Black Star Riders come to a town near you, be sure to saddle and ride with them.

Album Reviews

Ricky Warwick – Hearts on Trees/When Patsy Cline Was Crazy (and Guy Mitchell Sang The Blues)

Huge credit must go to co writer Sam Robinson. Warwick truly has a kindred spirit here, with 20 tracks between the two albums theres not a filler in sight. Each track has a story to tell and are performed with a heartfelt honesty. Probably one of the most genuine collections of music I’ve heard in a long time.


Interview with Ricky Warwick (Vocals) (Black Star Riders, Thin Lizzy)

Thin Lizzy are due to release their second album in February ahead of playing a UK co-headline tour with Europe. Ricky from the band recently flew into the UK to do a quick promo tour for the new release. I chatted to Ricky as he took me through a track by track analysis of the new album and we touched also on a few other topics.