Four Hot New Blues Albums by Voo Davis, Bryan Lee, Jon Veeman, Shawn Holt and One Searing Live Performance by The BB King Blues Club All-Stars
How tiresome, though true, to say that Judy Dyble is best known as the original vocalist with Fairport Convention; that she was in on the birth of King Crimson and voiced “I Talk To The Wind” most wistfully than Greg …
Mike Greenblatt digs into The Fabulous Thunderbirds’ “On The Verge,” Earl Poole Ball’s “Pianography,” and a salute to steel guitar innovator Buddy Emmons.
It’s a fair bet that The Beach Boys’ fans will find The Bamboo Trading Company’s debut album a real pleasure.
“Black Toppin’” has The Cash Box Kings belting out bluesabilly in a no-holds-barred, take-no-prisoners, over-the-top rock ’n’ roll aesthetic.
Tony Bennett Viva Duets RPM/Columbia **** By Bruce Sylvester When Mr. Nice Guy’s 2011 “Duets II” entered the charts at numero uno, a follow-up to that follow-up was almost inevitable. But how to make it unique? Answer: By bilingually redoing his …
The Rolling Stones Some Girls: Live in Texas ’78 Eagle Vision (Vinyl LP) ***** By Patrick Prince One thing The Rolling Stones’ sound tends to be on “Some Girls: Live in Texas ’78” is absolutely raw, as cut to the …
These blues/gospel/soul/rock mamas together bring more than two centuries of performing experience to this live set at the Throckmorton Theatre in California.
Shoes started out as a guiding light of the DIY power-pop scene with a few home-brewed releases in the mid-‘70s. Now the band is back in the game in a big way.
Mad skills, tone, feel: It was the ability to whip up something like this, seemingly effortlessly, that aided and abetted Gary Moore’s legendary status.