Blues Rock Weekly – April 12, 2024
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by BRR Staff
6h ago
Blues Rock Weekly highlights Slash and Chris Stapleton partnering up with cover Fleetwood Mac’s “Oh Well,” plus new music from Joanne Shaw Taylor, Tyler Bryant and the Shakedown, The Commoners, and Toronzo Cannon. The post Blues Rock Weekly – April 12, 2024 appeared first on Blues Rock Review ..read more
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Tyler Bryant and the Shakedown announce new album, “Electrified”
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by BRR Staff
6h ago
Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown announce their brand new, 11-track album Electrified whose no holds barred first single Snake Oil is released today Friday 12th April, along with its accompanying video. The band are releasing the album May 10th on their very own independently owned and operated label Rattle Shake Records.   Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown fields Tyler Bryant himself as fiery frontman on vocals and his signature pink Stratocaster, Caleb Crosby thumping the drums con gusto, and Graham Whitford on gu ..read more
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Slash teams with Chris Stapleton on Fleetwood Mac blues cover
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by Pete Francis
14h ago
Slash and Chris Stapleton have teamed up to release a new blues take on Fleetwood Mac’s “Oh Well.” The song was originally released in 1969 and written by Peter Green. The track appears on Slash’s upcoming blues album, Orgy of the Damned, which features an all-star lineup and will be released on May 17. Slash told the Tennessean that he was “blown away” by Stapleton when Chris opened for Guns N’ Roses. “That stuck in my mind. When I was doing this record, this song has a riff I’ve always wanted to do and his voice came to mind. I thought his kind of delivery with that song would be so … cool ..read more
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Joanne Shaw Taylor releases “Devil In Me” lyric video
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by BRR Staff
14h ago
Blues-Rock sensation Joanne Shaw Taylor, renowned for her blazing guitar chops and sultry vocals, has announced the release of “Devil In Me,” the fiery latest single from her eagerly awaited album, Heavy Soul, out June 7th via Journeyman Records. Produced by the legendary Kevin Shirley, this track delves into the darker realms of soul and blues, showcasing the #1 selling guitarist’s gritty storytelling and electrifying guitar prowess.   In “Devil In Me,” Taylor confronts the shadows with a narrative that speaks to personal struggles and the darker facets of h ..read more
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The Commoners release “See You Again” video
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by BRR Staff
14h ago
Following the success of their previous three singles “Devil Teasin’ Me,” “The Way I Am,” and “Too Soon To Know You,” Canadian roots and rock band The Commoners are pleased to announce the Friday 12h April release of “See You Again” – the fourth single taken from their highly anticipated third studio album, Restless. Released by Gypsy Soul Records on Friday 5 July 2024, Restless is available to pre-order. From today, “See You Again” is available on all major streaming platforms, and promises to be a heartfelt celebration to The Commoners’ ever-evolving ..read more
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10 Underrated Blues Rock Bands of the 1960s
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by Bob Gersztyn
3d ago
Blues rock burst upon the scene during the most revolutionary period in American cultural history in the second half of the 1960s. It was a result of an integration between ethnically black blues and predominately white rock and roll popularized by mainstream English bands like the Animals and the Rolling Stones. The ’60s decade produced a number of emerging and influential blues rock groups that didn’t stay on the radar in the ensuing decades. Some of them went on to evolve into other bands or produced artists that went on to have successful solo careers of their own. Here are 10 underrated b ..read more
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The Black Crowes: Happiness Bastards Review
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by Fidel Beserra
4d ago
The long-awaited return of The Black Crowes to the studio realm, Happiness Bastards, marks a significant moment in the band’s career. After a friction-drenched hiatus of 15 years since their last original release, the Robinson Brothers deliver their 10th studio album, reaffirming their status as one of the leading acts in modern rock. Backed by bassist Sven Pipien and the production skills of Jay Joyce, and a number of session musicians, Rich (guitar) and Chris (vocals) deliver a set of 10 songs rooted in their classic sound with a slight touch of contemporary elements, resulting in an album t ..read more
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Peter Frampton: Midland Theatre, Kansas City Review/Photo Gallery
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by Allison Scavo
4d ago
Peter Frampton is as much of an entertainer as he is a talented musician. It takes a lot of talent to do more than play an instrument and sing. Peter engaged in hilarious banter all night and even joked about media and promotion. As a photojournalist, I thought it was perfect. Peter’s discussions with the crowd were also deeper, he told a story about the drumkit which had been taken from him in the past. Peter bought a drummer the kit, the drummer later left the band and took the kit with him. One day at a show someone told Peter it was on eBay so he bought it back for more than he originally ..read more
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Joe Bonamassa announces U.S. fall tour
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by BRR Staff
4d ago
Following the momentum from his U.S. Spring Tour and the ninth annual voyage of his KEEPING THE BLUES ALIVE AT SEA cruise, Joe Bonamassa has announced his U.S. Fall 2024 Tour, promising an extraordinary series of performances that underscore his unparalleled prowess and contribution to the blues-rock genre. The tour is set to showcase an array of new songs alongside fan-favorite hits, performed with the support of a legendary backing band.   Kicking off on Monday, October 28th in Santa Barbara, CA, Bonamassa’s U.S. Fall 2024 Tour will see the guitar ..read more
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Robert Jon and the Wreck release “Worried Mind”
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by BRR Staff
1w ago
In a departure from their electrifying riff-rock anthems, Robert Jon & The Wreck have just unveiled “Worried Mind,” the latest single from their highly anticipated album, Red Moon Rising. This introspective track showcases a different facet of the Southern California rockers’ musical prowess, emphasizing vulnerability and the universal need for connection. Set to be released on June 28th via Joe Bonamassa’s Journeyman Records, Red Moon Rising continues to reveal the depth and diversity of the band’s artistry.   “Worried Mind” is an evocative bal ..read more
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