Just like the Rolling Stones, Eric Clapton is celebrating 50 years in the music business; and following the release of his latest album, ‘Old Sock’, he will be playing arenas in the UK & Ireland in May as part of a World Tour. No doubt he will be playing songs from the new album including [...]
Entries Tagged as 'Blues'
Terry Lane - Thursday 11.04.13, 17:36pm
Stephen Coole - Monday 30.07.12, 23:25pm
On The Brink of Misadventure, by Medway-based blues/folk band, out now on Brigadier Records.
Change or die. Repeat or fail. Change and fail. Repeat and die. The lines at Wooland’s musical crossroads are thin and drawn with the cold, blue blood of fakers and chancers who treat music as a cheap science. But those lines are [...]
Terry Lane - Monday 16.04.12, 07:23am
After leaving The Small Faces, in 1968 Steve Marriott formed Humble Pie with Peter Frampton, bass player Greg Ridley and a young drummer Jerry Shirley. While The Small Faces were known for chirpy commercial pop hit singles such as Itchycoo Park and Lazy Sunday Afternoon, Humble Pie created a much heavier rhythm ‘n blues-fuelled music [...]
Terry Lane - Friday 17.06.11, 07:35am
My Goodness consists of guitar, drums, vocals and one hell of a filthy, grunge garage blues noise that chews on the likes of Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Gun Club, The Cramps and The White Stripes and spits out something grittier than sand and more compelling than anything else I’ve heard this year.
My Goodness are from [...]
Terry Lane - Friday 13.05.11, 13:47pm
Guitarist Joel Schneider and drummer Ethan Jacobson epitomize the purest distillation of rock, blues, and garage punk. Their sonic chemistry became immediately apparent when they began playing together as My Goodness. Think Jon Spencer Blues Explosion head on collision with White Stripes with bigger balls!
“Schneider struts and hollers, the quiver in his voice and the [...]