Rival Sons open the door to the promised land. Dirty Honey are on the other side. The Californians appear right at home in deepest Lancashire…
Stone By Stone from Ian Siegal -Blues through a varied focus, where the campfire burns brightest.
Eric Gales and Dom Martin prove a potent double bill of blues at The Met.
The one man harmonica beatbox experience, Son Of Dave, in a bluesy thump, bump and wiggle.
Wanna whole lotta love? Beth Hart does Led Zeppelin – gonna make you sweat, gonna make you groove.
One of the Blues legend John Mayall’s best solo efforts is re-issued 40 years after it was recorded and revisits some top quality blues music.
Vintage blues with additional hues of gospel and jazz; come aboard this Massachusetts train for album number 11 from Misty Blues.
A lockdown solo effort. As The Tide Gets High And Low from Italian bluesman Gianni Tbay as The Blues Against Youth, his one-man-band project.
Gritty, hard-hitting no-holds-barred blues from UK bluesman Danny Bryant on his latest album, The Rage To Survive will lift those gloomy, autumn days.
The Mark Pontin Group and Five Point Gang deliver masterful and contrasting blues sets in Manchester…miss this tour at your peril.
We have another treat from Lunaria Records l in the form of the new single from the Mark Pontin Group. New album, Kaleidoscope, is released 26th November.
The Georgia Thunderbolts give raw and rootsy Southern Rock & Soul a good name.
Brazilian based guitarist and singer Mario Rossi gives us a dose of quality powerful but controlled blues with his super-tight band.
Multinational retro-blues-rockers with a modernist twist present their scorching studio debut. Here’s Wanted by Five Points Gang.
Timeless, breathless collection of funk, soul, blues and rock from Brooklyn’s Dakota Jones.