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Sari Schorr Releases Never Say Never

New York singer Sari Schorr releases her sophomore album Never Say Never on Friday 5th October through Manhaton Records. Powerful, husky and textured are all words that have been used to describe Schorr’s voice and with Never Say Never things get personal. Having broke out solo into the blues rock scene in 2016, with British blues pioneer Mike Vernon producing her critically acclaimed debut album, A ...

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Bad Touch Reaching for the Sky

Bad Touch have some heavy duty business to take care of over the next few months, an 18 date headline tour, the release of their third studio album with Shake A Leg, and their latest single ‘Skyman’ out now on Marshall Records. A wonderfully rowdy hook-laden rocking strut that you can sing and dance along to, you are advised to ...

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Bonamassa Announces Royal Albert Hall Concerts

Joe Bonamassa will return to London’s legendary Royal Albert Hall in April 2019. The three concerts follow news that the blues rock guitarist’s new studio album Redemption will be released on Friday 21st September through the Provogue/Mascot Label Group in Europe, ahead of his October dates in the UK, as previously revealed at Ramzine here. The Royal Albert Hall shows will feature Bonamassa performing alongside ...

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Uli Jon Roth 50th Anniversary Celebrations

Former Scorpions guitarist Uli Jon Roth has announced his 50th Anniversary Stage Tour with six UK dates planned for the tail-end of the year. It has been a busy year for Roth, having already been part of the G3 European and UK Tour with Joe Satriani and John Petrucci, and most recently establishing a new company. UJR Sky Guitars, offering ...

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Ben Poole – Anytime You Need Me

Ben Poole follows a similar route with Anytime You Need Me as his previous Time Has Come.  Same square-jawed good looks album photo cover albeit a little more macho looking courtesy of being adorned with a black leather jacket and the same pop-flavoured blues rock with some added emphasis on song structures and digging in with a little more soul ...

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Steve Hill The One-Man Blues Rock Band – In Concert

Steve Hill’s Solo Recording series of albums are pretty much all recorded live, so what could an actual album recorded live in front of a Canadian audience offer us that we couldn’t get on the studio ones? Audience participation? How many classic live albums were filled with false applause? And hasn’t the live album been denigrated to little more than ...

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The Music Of Cream – 50th Anniversary World Tour

Paying homage to the music and legacy that was rock’s first super group Cream, the sons of Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker, along with the nephew of Eric Clapton celebrate 50 years since that band’s farewell UK concert at the Royal Albert Hall in London on November 26, 1968 with a four date UK tour, starting at the Glasgow O2 Academy on Friday 23rd November. Having already ...

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Bad Flowers & Federal Charm Co-headline Planet Rock Tour

Midlands based hard rock band, The Bad Flowers and Stockport-based blues rockers Federal Charm will co-headline a Planet Rock Presents UK tour this September. Tickets go on sale today at 9am from Planet Rock and both The Bad Flowers and Federal Charm’s own websites. The Bad Flowers feature Tom Leighton (vocals, guitar), Dale Bollard Tonks (bass) and Karl Selickis (drums). They were named as one of Planet Rock Radio’s “Ones To Watch” with heavy radio airplay ...

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King King Win 3 UK Blues Awards

Britain’s No. 1 blues rock band King King added to their already impressive collection of awards on Saturday 19th May by receiving another three in the UK Blues Awards held at Worthing Pavilion. The band received the awards for Blues Band of the Year, Blues Album of the Year for Exile & Grace and singer/guitarist Alan Nimmo won Blues Songwriter ...

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Joe Bonamassa – British Blues Explosion

The swinging sixties was a train ride away and a cultural milieu too far from the Surrey Delta, an expression latterly picked up when everyone realised that this little patch of England had been the birthplace of so many of the primary exponents of the British rhythm and blues scene, from groups like The Rolling Stones and The Yardbirds to ...

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