All posts tagged "blues"
Quinn Sullivan Plays Rockwood Music Hall NYC – Review
ARTICLE VIEWS: 493 Ten years ago, legendary blues artist Buddy Guy brought a young boy onstage to play guitar with him. The boy was Quinn Sullivan and his talent moved Buddy Guy to become his musical mentor....
- Posted February 8, 2017
Blues Guitarist Quinn Sullivan on Life and the Midnight Highway
ARTICLE VIEWS: 324 “Life’s been good to me so far.”…Joe Walsh For Quinn Sullivan, it sure has. The seventeen year-old guitarist from Massachusetts first gathered attention when he appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show over ten years...
- Posted February 1, 2017
Scott Taylor, ‘Blues Kitchen’ Reviewed
ARTICLE VIEWS: 606 Every now and then you get to hear, or more accurately, you get to feel the blues through an artist. On his new release, Blues Kitchen, Scott Taylor not only shares the feeling, but...
- Posted November 14, 2016
Thank You. The Naveblues Reimagines Zep
ARTICLE VIEWS: 161 Thank You. First rule of doing a cover song is “Do No Harm.” That rule especially resonates when the song is a classic, originally done by a band of legendary status. That being said,...
- Posted October 26, 2016
Charles Bradley Forced to Cancel Tour Dates
ARTICLE VIEWS: 1,047 October, 2016 CHARLES BRADLEY & HIS EXTRAORDINAIRES FORCED TO CANCEL UPCOMING TOUR DATES DUE TO ILLNESS Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires have spent the majority of 2016 on the road in support of Bradley’s...
- Posted October 6, 2016
The Magic Lightnin’ Boys New Album Stealin’ Thunder Reviewed
ARTICLE VIEWS: 249 Swamp rock. It’s musty, it’s nasty, it’s so funky, you can almost taste it. And most of the time, it tastes just fine. The Magic Lightnin’ Boys offer up a mixture of old...
- Posted June 1, 2016
The Rides, ‘Pierced Arrow’ Reviewed
ARTICLE VIEWS: 174 What once was a “Supergroup” is now a band, and that’s a very good thing. Weaving together the pedigrees of Stephen Stills, Kenny Wayne Shepherd and Barry Goldberg, one would expect quality music just...
- Posted May 2, 2016
Boy From The Crowd’s EP “Where The Bees Come To Die” – Reviewed
ARTICLE VIEWS: 31 Hearing Boy From The Crowd for the first time is like watching primordial ooze spewing up from the depths of the earth. You’re not sure what it could be, but it’s fascinating and terrifying,...
- Posted November 4, 2015
Ajay Mathur’s new album “9 to 3” draws from diverse rock inspiration
ARTICLE VIEWS: 27 by Lara Haase Check out the album for yourself on Sound Cloud: https://soundcloud.com/9to3/sets/9to3 Photo courtesy of Ajay Mathur Ajay Mathur’s 9 to 3 is an album sourcing from various sub-genres of rock, including Americana and...
- Posted October 27, 2015
Losing Another Legend: B.B. King Dies at 89
ARTICLE VIEWS: 22 “There are so many sounds I still want to make, so many things I haven’t yet done.” __B.B. King He was born Riley, established his legend as the Blues Boy, and earned the love...
- Posted May 15, 2015