Joep Pelt, The Lomax Sessions, 2020

The previously unknown (to me) fellow Dutchman Joep Pelt released this album last year. And it is his way of paying tribute

Dudley Taft, Simple Life, 2019

Second album from mister Taft to land in my player and, like the first one, I am liking what I hear! This

Guy Paul Thibault, The Road Between, 2019

When you play over 200 shows per year and still manage to record a new album, you must be dedicated to your

Josh Smith, Burn To Grow, 2018

Regular readers of the blog will know that I am not a big fan of pure blues. This because of the often

Emil & The Ecstatics, Rise Again, 2018

Don’t know about you, but I am not really into blues. I can enjoy it when it gets infused with a healthy

Focus, The Focus Family Album, 2017

Don’t mind listening to Focus, and even better when it is a double album. But wait, it’s a “family” album. Isn’t that

Giant Flying Turtles, Waltz To The World, 2017

Another new band whose album has been making many rounds in my CD-player the last weeks. The funny thing is, looking at

Kirk Fletcher, Burning Blues, 2016

First confession is that I am not really very much into blues. Blues rock yes, especially when it rock’s hard, but for

Bill Thurman, Some Kinda Blue, 2014

One of the pleasant things of independent music is that it often surprises you. Must be that it takes strong willed musicians

Marius Tilly Band, Blue Colors Red Lights, 2012

Blues rock is certainly not a strict USA only affair. As it turns out, even some young white dudes from Germany know

Joe Bonamassa, Black Rock, 2010

There is no way in the world I can keep up with the release schedule of Joe Bonamassa. So I am still

Joe Bonamassa, Dust Bowl, 2011

The output of this man is turning out to be quite unbelievable! If not under his own name, than with Beth Hart

Joe Bonamassa, The Ballad Of John Henry, 2009

The 2009 and ninth album of Joe Bonamassa called The Ballad Of John Henry.

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