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Music Review: Tinsley Ellis – ‘Tough Love’


Tinsley Ellis has been making outstanding music since his teens, and has been loved by legions of fans for many years now. Tough Love is his third release on his own Heartfixer Music label, following the brilliant Midnight Blue. That album should have been hard to match, but Tough Love has done it. This one is indeed often tough and ... Read More »

Music Review: The Jeff Jensen Band – ‘Road Worn and Ragged’

Jeff Jensen Road Worn and Ragged

This is an honest, tight and thoroughly enjoyable excursion into contemporary blues. 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: James Armstrong – Blues at the Border

Blues at the Border is an enjoyable, very contemporary CD which manages to be both smooth and funky simultaneously. Read More »

Music Review: Dicky James and The Blue Flames – Hard Rain

Hard Rain by Dicky James and the Blue Flames is entertaining, with enough variety to keep things interesting. Read More »

Music Review: Jonny Lang – Live At The Ryman

Though the setlist could reflect more variety, Lang is at his best when on the live stage. Read More »

VCV Tommy Castro – “Definition of Insanity”

A DNA match... Read More »

Music Review: Joe Louis Walker – Between A Rock And The Blues

Between A Rock And The Blues is nominated for Album of The Year at the 2010 BMAs... Read More »