Bob Putignano is happy that Real Gone Music is keeping the music of the Grateful Dead alive. This week he reviews “Dick’s Picks 28,” two cool shows from 1973.
Citing Tom Rigney’s violin virtuosity, Steve Daniels says that his new release with his band Flambeau is delightful offers a lot of variety. Read more!
Richard Ludmerer says that the debut release from Southern Hospitality, “Easy Livin’,” shows the potential of this hot, new band.
Phillip Smith says that Josh Smith’s newest release, “Don’t Give Up On Me,” is one sweet-sounding, highly polished album. Read more about it.
Bob Putignano says that Robben Ford’s new release, “Bringing It All Back Home,” is a refreshing departure. Read all about it.
Kyle Palarino says that there is a little something for everyone on Blues “N” Trouble’s new release, “”Try Anything Twice.”
Bob Putignano wants to know who else makes albums like the 4 Jacks’ “Deal With It.” He calls it “High-quality tunes performed flawlessly!” Read more about it!
If you missed Elvin Bishop on the Blues Cruise and you won’t get a chance to see him live, then Bob Putignano says you should buy the new DVD “That’s My Thing.”
When Little G Weevil won the Solo/Duo category at this year’s International Blues Challenge, some people already knew of his potential from his CD “The Teaser.” Reviewer Mark Thompson says you will be hearing more so get this CD.
Phillip Smith says that Betty Fox is the complete package, but it is her singing that leads the way on their debut album. Phillip says that it is soulful and fun.