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Music Review: Stubborn Son Brings Out the Blues Rock on ‘Birthright’


On their debut album, Stubborn Son seems to explore love, lust, relationships, self-evaluation, and tenacity - the things that make us all human and all. Read More »

Music Review: Devon Allman – ‘Ragged & Dirty’

Devon Allman - Ragged & Dirty

Devon Allman's second solo release shouldn't be ignored by anyone who craves driving rock with touches of the blues, soul, and R&B. Read More »

Music Review: Johnny Winter – ‘Step Back’

johnny winter step back

Johnny Winter's last album is not only a rockin' grand finale for the Texas legend but also a tribute to the music that inspired him. Read More »

Music Review: The Healing – ‘Childhood Home’ EP

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In this, their debut EP, The Healing bring together five songs that convey the nostalgia of one's childhood home. Read More »

Music Review: Coco Montoya – ‘Songs from the Road’

Coco Montoya - Songs from the Road

Despite some shortcomings, Coco Montoya's live 'Songs from the Road' is an outstanding overview of the bluesman's career for fans and newcomers alike. Read More »

Music Review: Royal Southern Brotherhood – ‘Heartsoulblood’

Royal Southern Brotherhood's second album is tighter and grittier than their debut, with all the heart, soul, and blood they promise. Read More »

Music Review: Too Slim and The Taildraggers – ‘Anthology’ [2-CD Set]

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This CD features the best of Too Slim and The Taildraggers over 28 years of blues and blues rock. Read More »

Music Review: Thorbjørn Risager & The Black Tornado – ‘Too Many Roads’

Too Many Roads

Thorbjørn Risager & The Black Tornado are a Danish blues band that pump hot new blood into old forms. Read More »

Music Review: Long John Baldry – ‘The Best of the Stony Plain Years’


Stony Plain Records' compilation of choice cuts from Long John Baldry are an affordable introduction to the British blues legend's latter-day work. Read More »

Music Review: John Mayall and The Bluesbreakers – ‘Stories + Road Dogs + In the Palace of the King’


This 3-CD set is a worthy collection of songs by John Mayall and his present Bluesbeakers. Read More »