Dan Patlansky announces Hightown Parade as special guests on November 2018 UK Tour

Following his sold-out Perfection Kills March 2018 UK Tour, South African singer-songwriter and guitarist Dan Patlansky will return this year for his November 2018 UK Tour. Earlier this year he released his ninth studio album Perfection Kills.  The album is the follow up to 2016’s critically acclaimed “Introvertigo” which was voted #1 Blues Rock Album 2016 by Blues Rock Review. The tour kicks off at the Nottingham Rescue…

New EP from Allen Austin-Bishop “Summertime”

Summertime written by George Gershwin (04:29); Poor Butterfly written by Raymond Hubbell (02:50); Amazing Grace written by John Newton (03:39) Alex Maydew (piano), Mao Yamada (bass) & Rob Hervais-Adelman (percussion) Summertime includes the jazz standard written by George Gershwin (from Porgy and Bess), Poor Butterfly written by Raymond Hubbell and Allen’s own take on the…

The Apocalypse Blues Revue – The Shape Of Blues To Come – July 20th

The Apocalypse Blues Revue are back with their new album, The Shape Of Blues To Come, out on July 20th 2018 via Provogue/Mascot Label Group. Following 2016s self-titled debut, Godsmack’s Shannon Larkin (Drums) and Tony Rombola (Guitar) return with some more bone-shaking blues with Brian Carpenter (Bass) and the shamanistic frontmanRay “Rafer John” Cerbone. Shannon Larkin discovered Ray Cerbone at a biker bar. The singer had…

GINA SICILIA Announces 8th Studio Album – “Heard The Lie”

Dynamic singer/songwriter GINA SICILIA will release her eighth studio album, Heard the Lie, on August 31, 2018 via Blue Elan Records.  Produced by Grammy-nominated Dave Darling, Siclia’s remarkable eighth body of work in just a little over a decade, is a testament to her ever evolving love and practice of blues and country music. “I’ve never really recorded albums that are straight blues…

Lonnie JOHNSON – Blues Stay Away From Me – Selected Singles As & Bs 1947-1953

Lonnie Johnson is famous for his formidable and influential guitar playing, precise mellifluous vocals and his pioneering use of the electrically amplified violin. In fact so much so that another important aspect of his international fame is the fact that British guitarist and pioneer of skiffle music, Anthony James Donegan called himself Lonnie Donegan in…