Former It Bites man Francis Dunnery in new guise – finally waking up to blues, blues and more blues…
Lovingly curated from the Richard Hawley jukebox – what happens when you can’t walk past a record shop…
Glimmer finds Dave Foster on the solo path again with a classy assortment.
Bjorn Riis releases his amazing tribute to Pink Floyd expertly replicating the sound every Floyd fan from the early days to the hiatus of the 70’s will instantly recognise.
Eric Gales and Dom Martin prove a potent double bill of blues at The Met.
George Marios revisits his Daffodil album with a handful of intimate reinterpretations.
News of the July tour dates from Mickelson.
Talisk guitar man Graeme Armstrong on a solo venture that shows another side to the day job.
Fancy playing Rock stars? Here’s how you can set up your very own gear just like Slash.
Dave Bainbridge tackles pandemic thoughts with a brave and optimistic approach to create a typically beautiful collection of music.
Jon Gomm – found guilty of mesmerising The Bread Shed with a combo of mind boggling guitar work and some most excellent songs. And more…
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.
Sunshiny jangle pop awash with Rickenbacker melodies and harmonic charm from Ian M. Bailey.
Daniel De Vita shows us the full range of his experimental guitar and production skills with his tight Argentinian unit on this new Lunaria Records release Lost In Translation.
Fifth solo album from guitarist/songwriter Matt Backer showcases his guitar slinger prowess