Occasions for Self-Congratulations is the title of Sgt. Splendor’s debut album, which dropped just a few days ago. A…
Back and absolutely killing it with their latest single “LIVE AND I LEARN,” Nashville’s The Weird Sisters join us for a Stereo Six outlining albums that contributed to their unmistakable sound.
Katy Guillen & The Drive unveil the hard-driving music video for their infectious guitar rocker of a single, “Set In Stone.”
Birmingham’s Blue Nation premieres the video for their latest single “Come Back Home,” a riff-based melodic blues-rock tune that’s also reminiscent of more modern bluesy bands like The Black Crowes.
Edmonton’s Winspear Centre got folky as Texas’ own Shakey Graves graced the stage with his bluesy tunes of life and love.
Keith Xander joins us for a special track-by-track rundown of the new Xander and the Peace Pirates record, ‘Order Out of Chaos.’
The Jason Lee McKinney Band specializes in rock n’ roll of the uplifting variety; the evidence is found in the latest single “When I’m Gone,” along with the track’s new music video.
To celebrate their incredible 35tyear anniversary, legendary band Blues Traveler is set to kick off on a special U.S. tour beginning in mid-March.
With guitar by far his weapon of choice, we recently connected with David Waters for a Geared Up interview in which we discussed his Gretsch Duo Jet electric guitar.
Toronto artist SATE joins us for a special track-by-track rundown of each song on her impressive new album, ‘The Fool,’ explaining the connection each track has to its matching Tarot card.
Celebrated blues/rock singer and multi-instrumentalist Beth Hart played to a sold-out house at the Saban Theatre in Los Angeles with support from the 22-year-old guitar wizard, Quinn Sullivan.
Musician and self-proclaimed crypto-maniac, blues-rocker Christian O’Connor joins us for a special guest blog wherein he details his top 10 #NFT dos and don’ts!
Incendiary blues player Eric Gales joins us for a chat about his banger of a new album, ‘Crown’ (Provogue/Mascot), which showcases the man like never before; Touching on themes of racism, triumph, and the power of love.
It’s the overall sense of innocence on Keb’ Mo’s ‘Good To Be’ (Rounder Records) that will keep the album in circulation on our playlist: none of the deviance, violence or nihilism that typifies so much modern music is present – but also none of the canned, formulaic insipidity that summarizes Spotify’s top streamers.