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By Martine Ehrenclou
Gifted contemporary blues guitarist, singer-songwriter, Bernard Allison taught himself to play guitar at the age of 10 by listening to his father’s albums, Blues Hall of Famer Luther Allison. A virtuosic guitarist with groove, Bernard furthered his guitar skills under the tutelage of Johnny Winter and Stevie Ray Vaughan and has quite the history with these legends. Right out of high school, Bernard toured the world for three years with blues great Koko Taylor as guitarist and bandleader.
Straddling a [Read More]
The Black Keys have announced a 35-date tour of North America this summer on their Let’s Rock Tour, featuring Gary Clark Jr. as special guest. Hitting the road in support of their album Let’s Rock, they start at White River Amphitheater in Seattle, WA in July and hit venues across the U.S. ending in July in Jacksonville FL.
Gary Clark Jr is support for all of the Let’s Rock shows except one, with Marcus King Band, Allah-Las, and Jessy Wilson [Read More]
Grammy winner Peter Frampton announces his memoir Do You Feel Like I Do? set to release October 20th, 2020 via Hachette Books with Rolling Stone editor, Alan Light.
Frampton says, “This is my journey. All I ever wanted to do was play guitar and its taken me many different places—physically and mentally. I’ve been to the moon and back without a rocket, but also to the depths of despair. You never stop paying your dues. Failure has been my greatest [Read More]
By Mike O’Cull
British rock band Collateral delivers its hotly-anticipated self-titled debut album Collateral to fans everywhere on February 21st, 2020 via Roulette Media Records. The flamboyant Kent-based four-piece group has been causing a ruckus since releasing its first tracks in November of 2018 and its straight-ahead classic rock and metal-inspired sound has found quite a bit of traction around the world. Collateral is the band’s first full-length effort but, at only nine songs in total, is an “all killer no filler” record [Read More]