ADAM HOLT Kind Of Blues

ADAM HOLT Kind Of Blues

Album Review for Adam Holt – Kind of Blues released on Zenith Records. Ten songs, nine of which are original, from Alabama’s fine roots and blues performer Adam Holt. The opening track, Mr. Morning Drive, is pure Americana, showcasing that sunny enthusiasm of...
ANDY WATTS Blues On Fire

ANDY WATTS Blues On Fire

ANDY WATTS BLUES ON FIRE Independent Release I’m familiar with Andy Watts as an outstanding guitarist with his regular band Blues Rebels, so I was very pleased to receive a copy of his solo album to review. It would be easy to assume this might be a typical guitarists...
ALBERT KING The Big Blues

ALBERT KING The Big Blues

Albert King – The Big BluesBorn Under A Bad Sign may have been Albert King’s breakthrough album, but The Big Blues was his first long player, not so much an album as a collection of singles recorded between 1959 and 1962 and the sound is rather different. The set...
ADAM KARCH Moving Forward

ADAM KARCH Moving Forward

Adam Karch Moving ForwardRight from the start, the one word that sticks with me throughout is “pleasant”. Adam Karch is a singer/songwriter from Acadia, on the eastern seaboard of Canada, and this album has certainly grown on me since first playing. In fact, there is...
AARON KEYLOCK Cut Against The Grain

AARON KEYLOCK Cut Against The Grain

Aaron Keylock – Cut Against The GrainAt last the debut album from the thin but lively blues-rock firebrand is available. Whilst the record has been coming together, Aaron has been touring with the likes of Wilko Johnson, Simo, Dan Patlansky, Cadillac Three. Supersonic...