Tag Archives: Blues Rock

Troy Redfern-Mercy-Single Review-Planetmosh

2022 seems to be a groundbreaking year for acclaimed guitarist Troy Redfern. Not just content from unleashing his Wings From Salvation album via Red 7 Records on September 23rd, he has also won the HRH Blues Award and has just released a single ‘Mercy’ taken from the album to! ‘Mercy’ …

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Beaux Gris Gris And The Apocalypse-Watching The World Fall Down-Video Single Review-Planetmosh

May 2022 saw me review Good Times End Times by Beaux Gris Gris And The Apocalypse, their sophomore studio album released by Grow Vision Music/Devil Hills Entertainment, an electric ecletic listen and also a very rewarding one from the Orange County, California based band. My favourite track on the album …

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These Wicked Rivers-Lonely Road-New Track Review-Planetmosh

Formed in Derby 2014, These Wicked Rivers add another spotlight stealing song to their catalogue with new track ‘Lonely Road’ released via Rock People Management to celebrate their month long tour in October supporting Hayseed Dixie and it’s available to stream as well as a physical CD which will be …

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Robert Jon And The Wreck-Wreckage Vol.2-Album Review-Planetmosh

Prepare to be blown away by the Wreckage Vol.2 , latest album from Orange County, California based band Robert Jon And The Wreck due for release on September 30th 2022 on Joe Bonnamassas’s record label KTBA (Keeping The Blues Alive). It’s a collection of exclusive in-studio and live concert performances …

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Crossover – Shangri-La/Gypsy Blood – Single Review – Planetmosh

Old musicians rule, ok! Point proven by the debut CD single ‘Shangri-La/Gypsy Blood’ from Crossover, taken from their debut album The Endless Road. They formed in 2017 by guitarist Paul Gaskin (Gaskin) and drummer Gary Pearson (Vardis). Line up changes resulted in new members joining as the single begins with …

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Tyler Bryant And The Shakedown-Shake The Roots-Album Review-Planetmosh

Shake The Roots, the fifth studio album from Tyler Bryant And The Shakedown has just been released via their own record label Rattle Shake Records since leaving Spinefarm Records for more control of their music. Frontman Tyler Bryant formed his first band at 15 and moved to Nashville, Tennessee in …

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Robert Jon And The Wreck-Rescue Train-Single Review-Planetmosh

Let’s shout out a big “Hell yeah” for the return of Robert Jon And The Wreck as they give us a taster of their forthcoming new studio album Wreckage Vol.2 by releasing ‘Rescue Train’, a brand new single taken from it. Formed in Orange County, California, 2011, the album will …

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When Rivers Meet-The Flying Free Tour Live-Album Review-Planetmosh

Pre-sale links to the album, a headlining tour in October 2022 and other band info are here :- https://whenriversmeet.co.uk/ I https://www.thegigcartel.com/Artists-profiles/When-Rivers-Meet.htm I https://bit.ly/3GUTmoO I https://twitter.com/WhenRiversMeet I https://www.instagram.com/whenriversmeet/ I https://www.youtube.com/c/whenriversmeet I https://open.spotify.com/artist/3r4hYfzQA1yuQFEKMDJzJi So what do husband and wife duo Grace and Aaron Bond from When Rivers Meet do after completing their …

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Starlite Campbell Band-Starlite Campbell Band Live-Album Review-Planetmosh

Now there are live albums and there are LIVE albums. The Starlite Campbell Band on July 22nd 2022 release their LIVE album Starlite Campbell Band Live on Supertone Records. Following on from their first two studio releases Blueberry Pie and The Language Of Curiosity this live album recorded at the …

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Xander And The Peace Pirates-Order Out Of Chaos-Album Review-Planetmosh.

Purchase links to the album and other band info are here :- https://www.xanderandthepeacepirates.com/shoppeacepirates I https://twitter.com/thepeacepirates I https://www.youtube.com/user/thepeacepirates I https://www.instagram.com/thepeacepirates/ I https://www.xanderandthepeacepirates.com/https://www.facebook.com/xanderandthepeacepirates Never mind all that May the 4th be with you rubbish, May 6th is far more important as Liverpool based band the tongue twistingly titled Xander And The Peace …

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Matt Pearce And The Mutiny-The Soul Food Store-Album Review-Planetmosh.

Purchase links to The Soul Food Store album and other band info are here :- https://www.mattpearceandthemutiny.com/ I https://www.facebook.com/mattpearceguitar I https://twitter.com/mattpearceuk I https://www.instagram.com/mattpearceuk/ I https://www.youtube.com/mattpearceguitar I Matt Pearce And The Mutiny release their self produced second studio album The Soul Food Store. These eleven songs feature a variety of moods to …

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The Black Skeleton-Out Of Our Minds-Single Review-Planetmosh.

Purchase links to ‘Out Of Our Minds’ and other band info are here :- https://smarturl.it/TBS–OutOfOurMinds I https://www.facebook.com/theblackskeleton/ I https://www.instagram.com/theblackskeletonband/ I https://goldenrobotrecords.com/golden-robot-records/the-black-skeleton/ Ihttps://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=the+black+skeleton I https://open.spotify.com/artist/0Eyx6UIVyOSsoqOE4qFhbK?si=VRcSZ9VQTL2x64XCTlSlCg&dl_branch=1&nd=1 It’s 2am Sunday morning so I decide to do a quick review to try to get tired then all of a sudden THIS voice comes thundering …

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Xander And The Peace Pirates-We Cry-Single Review-Planetmosh.

A song doesn’t always have to be played through a wall of Marshalls to move you, point proven by ‘We Cry‘, recently released single by Liverpool based band Xander And The Peace Pirates, taken from forthcoming studio album Out Of Chaos, due out on May 6th 2022. It’s a poignant …

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The Damn Truth “This Is Who We Are Now” new single

The Damn Truth

The Damn Truth announces “Now or Nowhere” album and “This Is Who We Are Now” single “Now or Nowhere” is the third album from Montreal’s The Damn Truth, a band that, in many ways, has been hiding in plain sight for the last nine years, slowly bubbling up from the underground on …

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Mike Ross – The Clovis Limit Pt.2

Mike Ross

  Casually listening to Wyatt Wendels show on Planet Rock radio a few weeks ago on my night shift my ears pricked up when ‘None Of Your Business’ by Mike Ross caught my attention. It had one foot in the blues and the other in a quirky Frank Zappa kinda …

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Rory Gallagher – The Best Of Rory Gallagher

Back in the day, my introduction to rock music was to buy live albums, so for me to discover Rory Gallagher, essential purchases were Irish Tour 74 and Stage Struck and that was all I bought so I’ve jumped at the chance to review the upcoming The Best Of Rory …

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Savoy Brown – Ain’t Done Yet

“You Can’t Kill Rock And Roll” and “You Can’t Stop Rock And Roll” proclaimed Ozzy Osbourne and Dee Snider some years ago. So “Ain’t Done Yet” is the statement added to them by Kim Simmonds, lead guitarist and vocalist for blues-rock band Savoy Brown and is also the title of …

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StoneWire – Life As We Know It

Sometimes you just need a good old dose of rock and roll, and when you get to hear the new release from StoneWire that’s what you get. It’s been a long time since they last scratched out some vinyl (5 years in fact) but like a good wine they seem …

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