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Reese Wynans and friends – Sweet release

Keyboard player Reece Wynans has a career that’s already spanned over 50 years. He was a member of Second Coming in the late 60s, he joined Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble in 1985 and remained with them till Stevie Ray Vaughan’s death. In more recent years he’s played with …

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Walter Trout – We’re All In This Together

Walter Trout’s We’re All In This Together really should have one of those health warning stickers attached to its front because this is an album consisting of 14 tracks clearly engineered to blow your mind! Why? Well not only are all of the cuts exquisitely produced by Eric Corne and …

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Ramblin Man 2017 – Saturday

First up after heading onto the festival site, it was a nice start but grey clouds were quickly approaching. The first band on for the day, in fact the only band on at that moment were rock and rollers The Nile Deltas. A great band to kick off day two …

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Kenny Wayne Shepherd – Goin’ home

Kenny Wayne Shepherd’s new album, “Goin’ home” is an album of cover versions.  That’s something that always divides opinion – some critics will say it’s lazy and a way to release an album without going to the trouble of writing new material, while others will argue that albums like this …

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The Rides – Can’t get enough

The Rides are a blues-rock “supergroup” whose three members are well known musicians.  For a start you have Stephen Stills (Crosby, Stills & Nash; Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young).  Joining him is guitarist Kenny Wayne Shepherd, and keyboard player Barry Goldberg (Electric flag). With The Rides first album we have …

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