Tag Archives: Danny Bryant

Danny Bryant’s Means of Escape

British blues rock guitarist Danny Bryant marks his debut as a producer with the releases his own 11th studio album, Means of Escape, on Friday 20th September through Jazzhaus Records. Prior to that the title track will be released as a single on will be Friday 8th July. Featuring nine blues rock numbers that are said to “powerful, contemporary and bold”, ...

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Danny Bryant – Revelation

Two years down the road since his last album, Blood Money,  there’s much to remind us of British blues guitarist Danny Bryant‘s credentials via some long stirring guitar solos on new album Revelation. It also finds him travelling down roads less travelled musically, and sometimes hitting an unexpected classic rock mother lode. Much of the record, however, is informed by the ...

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This Year’s Revelation from Danny Bryant

Blues rock guitarist/singer Danny Bryant has announced the release of his new studio album Revelation for Friday 20th April 2018 on be released by Jazzhaus Records. ‘Sister Decline’, the first track taken from the album, is now available as an instant gratis track on iTunes, Amazon and Spotify. Revelation is the fourth studio album to be produced by Richard Hammerton ...

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Review: Danny Bryant – Blood Money

Delivering an album almost annually, this is Danny Bryant’s third offering produced by Richard Hammerton, and will come out on Friday 29th January 2016 via the Jazzhaus Records label. This persistence, in both recording and touring, is paying off for the big guy, as his fan base and reputation are growing. As we established in our review of his previous release, Temperature ...

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Danny Bryant – Temperature Rising

Danny Bryant’s guitar starts wailing straight out the box, his rough breathy voice promising that the woman before him will get the ‘Best of Me’ while panhandling from the blues book of lyrics with tales of full moons, black snakes moaning and spells being a put on him. It’s delivered over a tight bottom end rhythm section with a bolshie ...

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