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By Kevin Porter
Blues guitar virtuoso Nick Moss is considered a master of the Chicago blues sound and has released thirteen albums. Moss’ fiery fretwork, soul-charged vocals and memorable original songs place him in a league of his own. He and harmonica wizard Dennis Gruenling joined forces in 2016, and since then, they have wowed audiences and critics around the world with their blues and roots music. Long-time friends, Moss and Gruenling effortlessly share the stage, trading off licks and solos [Read More]
BLACK STONE CHERRY to release ‘Black To Blues Volume 2’ EP
Out on October 18 2019 via Mascot Label Group/Mascot Records
The Kentucky heroes return with a tribute to Freddie King, Robert Johnson, Otis Rush, Howlin’ Wolf, Elmore James and Son House.
Black Stone Cherry return with another riotous, rip roaring tribute to their blues heroes on ‘Black To Blues Volume 2,’ which will be released on October 18th via Mascot Label Group/Mascot Records.
The first instalment of the series, ‘Black To Blues’, was released in [Read More]
By Mike O’Cull
2019 Blues Music Award winner Annika Chambers is ready to make the scene with her third and latest studio record Kiss My Sass, released August 9th, 2019 on VizzTone Label group. Chambers won her BMA for Best Soul Blues Female Artist and happily keeps to the same sort of vintage R&B-infused style on this new set. Produced by Larry Fulcher, Richard Cagle, and Tony Braunagel, Kiss My Sass situates Chamber’s dynamic and expressive vocal abilities on top of an outstanding band [Read More]
Rival Sons released their official audio track “Too Bad” (Acoustic) Live from the Haybale Studio at The Bonnaroo Music Festival. It was premiered on Rolling Stone.
And it’s a rootsy, stripped down version of the Feral Roots rocking song. Rival Sons performed at Bonnaroo June of 2019 and recorded at the festival’s Haybale Studio. It’s a haunting rendition with acoustic guitar (Scott Holiday.)
Jay Buchanan’s vocals are scorching and so soulful, I’d be surprised if they don’t move you like they did me. Talk about digging [Read More]