Tag Archives: blues rock

A Wail of a Time at Sea

Even with less than 10% availability left, guests keep being announced for Keeping The Blues Alive at Sea Mediterranean II cruise taking place between 14th – 10th August 2020. Most recently, it was revealed that Ian Anderson Presents Jethro Tull would be stepping on board. For Anderson 2020 is going to prove an incredibly busy year, aside from this musical ...

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Samantha Fish Hangs Stockings out for Christmas

If you didn’t get chance to see Samantha Fish raising a storm on stage during her tour earlier this year you can catch her when she returns to the UK in February 2020 with Félix Rabin as her special guest. Her latest studio album Kill Or Be Kind is nominated for the top 20 albums of 2019 by Blues Rock ...

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Kris Barras Moonlighting on Beth Hart Tour

Kris Barras will be special guest on Beth Hart’s February 2020 UK Tour, where he will be performing an acoustic set as part of a duo. The former cage fighter, member of Supersonic Blues Machine and solo artist has just finished his own headline tour with his full band in support of his new album Light It Up. “I kinda ...

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Malone & Sibun Come Together

Malone Sibun are a blues rock super group being hailed as one the most exciting acts to appear on the UK scene right now. Nominated earlier this year by the European Blues Awards in the Best Band category, despite not yet having an album released, the band will readdress that with the release of Come Together out on Friday 31st January 2020 through Redline Music with ...

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Ben Poole Live Album Due January

Blues rock guitarist, singer-songwriter Ben Poole releases his new double live album Ben Poole Trio /// Live ‘19 on Friday 31st next year. As previously reported at RAMzine here the songs on record were recorded over three nights in July this year at Old Schoolhouse in Barnsley, The Half Moon in South London and Bootleggers in Kendal, Cumbria. It is ...

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Blues Cruise II

Following six sold-out Caribbean cruises and an inaugural Mediterranean sailing earlier this year, Joe Bonamassa, Keeping the Blues Alive Foundation, and Sixthman have announced a second European cruise to rock your blues away. Keeping the Blues Alive at Sea Mediterranean II will set sail aboard the beautiful Norwegian Jade from August 14th through 19th 2020. The tour will travel from Barcelona, Spain to Genoa, Italy and Cannes, France. As with ...

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Laurence Jones Band – Everything’s Gonna Be Alright

The Laurence Jones Band has released a brand new single ‘Everything’s Gonna Be Alright’, ahead of their eponymously named the full length album due out on Friday 27th September. RAMzine’s advance review of the album, described ‘Everything’s Gonna Be Alright’ as rock and roll, beefing up empirically towards party mode, with a voice that carries the tune and catches the ears. For the ...

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Matt Pearce & The Mutiny

Voodoo Six guitarist Matt Pearce shifts his hard rock credentials to one side to allow a little blues, funk and soul into his side project Matt Pearce & The Mutiny. “I was fortunate enough to work with the cream of the London blues scene to make this dream a reality,” said Pearce of the band’s debut album Gotta Get Home. ...

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Allman Betts Band Shining Bright

Following a recent show in London and an appearance Ramblin’ Man Fair, The Allman Betts Band has released single ‘Shinin’’, the second single to be taken from their debut album Down To The River. Featuring Devon Allman (son of Greg Allman) and Duane Betts (son of Dickie Betts), they began pairing up when Betts first turned solo after a touring stint with folk-rockers Dawes ...

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Jared James Nichols brings Blues Power to The Boston Music Rooms

Long, Long ago, (OK, maybe not all that long ago, but a good couple of years at least!) I found myself the pleasure of witnessing Jared James Nichols live for the first time. That was that, I’d been sold on his music for a year or so beforehand and was over the moon at the chance. Having then seen him ...

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