Inside Outlines is a beast of a blues rock album from guitarist, singer/songwriter L.R. Marsh – read the full review here.
Renee Geyer opened her show with a version of B.B. King’s The Thrill Is Gone, a song whose title could not be further from the truth for those who bought tickets to see her this time around.
Kevin Borich and his band left the stage to rousing applause surely satisfied in the knowledge that they had just delivered an exceptional masterclass in high energy rock, funk and blues.
An hour of Renee proved to be too short a time to be in her company. This crowd would have happily lapped up another hour or so, if they could have.
The Vinyl Club is set to get the Worldsend in a spin this Saturday night with an opening Fringe weekend rock’n’roll party.
If you are yet to discover Beth Hart’s amazing voice, Fire On The Floor is an excellent entry point from which to start exploring her catalogue.
Taking inspiration from the blues tradition of sharing and ‘borrowing’ music, Something Borrowed, Something Blues blends comedy, dance, music and a whole lot of audience participation in an unashamed celebration of plagiarism in all its forms.
Radio in this country probably won’t play this …