By Martine Ehrenclou
Get your groove on! Here’s my “October Weekend Groove Playlist” for your listening pleasure. I hand picked my favorite tunes that were released over the last four weeks or so.
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Here’s the link to the playlist https://open.spotify.com/user/rockandbluesmuse/playlist/1DPMG4ahmpNcJG4WBIlMMT?si=MwrQ1_5bThSlWurA2gArhA
Come Down by Anthony Gomes
Sometimes by Larkin Poe
Anything You Want by Bishop [Read More]
From the 2016 Blues Music Awards in Memphis (where he was nominated for two awards) to stages around the world, filmmakers Marie Hinson and Thomas Daniel Dwyer followed Soul Blues singer, Frank Bey, capturing moments from his life, both onstage and off. During this time, Frank went to Nashville for the first time in his career to make an album about his life, “Back in Business,” with Grammy award-winning producer Tom Hambridge.
Now that filming of the documentary [Read More]
European Blues Award winner, Finnish vocalist, guitarist and songwriter, Erja Lyytinen releases a new single, “Another World” from her upcoming studio album to be released early 2019. Self-released on Erja’s own label, Tuohi Records, it’s the second single to follow, “Without You”, also from the same album.
With ten studio albums and two live albums to her name, plus awards for Best Guitarist, Best Artist, Best European Blues Album, Lyytinen is known as “the Finnish slide goddess.” Rooted in both traditional and modern blues, [Read More]
Photo: Richard Stow
By Kevin Porter
Bassist Davey Rimmer is the newest member of Uriah Heep, having joined in 2013. Rimmer is a self-taught musician, playing along with vinyl records such as Queen, Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple, and ironically, Uriah Heep. Known to its fans simply as “Heep,” the band was one of the early forerunners of marrying hard rock and progressive rock, and features a five-part vocal harmony attack that is unique only to Uriah Heep. The band recently released its 25th studio album, Living [Read More]