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Anthony Gomes (Canada)
Electric Field Holler (2015)

Another dose of Blues/Rock from the Canadian guitarist. Sit back and crank up the volume.

The album can be heard and purchased from his website.

Delta Moon (USA)
Low Down (2015)

New name to me, but this is the bands tenth release. Mainly originals with a couple of covers, all nicely done.

The album along with their other releases can be purchased from the band’s website.

Michael Falzarano (USA)
I Got The Blues For Ya! (2014)

Michael’s been around for a few years now. Apart from his solo work, Michael has had stints with ‘Hot Tuna’ and ‘Riders Of The Purple Sage’.

Michael says: ‘On this release I set out to explore my blues roots and make a late 60's early 70's style blues/rock sounding album. In the vein of bands like Savoy Brown, The Paul Butterfield Blues Band, John Mayall, The Electric Flag, Canned Heat and The Faces’.

Well worthy of a listen.

The album can be heard/purchased from his website or CD Baby: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/michaelfalzarano2

Dan Patlansky (RSA)
Dear Silence Thieves (2015)

Blurb for this album calls it Blues/Rock. But to me it’s more rock then blues.

More info about Dan and his album can be found at his website or here:

King King (UK)
Reaching For The Light (2015) (Manhaton Records)

Much anticipated third release from this band. Sadly for me this release doesn’t come close to their last album ‘Standing In The Shadows’. That said it’s not a ‘bad album’.

The band releases the track ‘Hurricane’ off the album as a single.

If you get the chance to see these guys live, please do. You won’t be disappointed!

More info about this album and the band can be found on their website or here:

Jim Singleton (USA)
8 O’clock In The Afternoon (2014)

Nice solid blues. 8 O’Clock In The Afternoon contains seven covers and three originals.

Jim is backed by Jack Thurman + Bernie Marsden + Nicky Moroch + Gary Vincent (Vocals) Fiona Boyes (Vocals) Sean “Bad” Apple (Guitars) Joe Osborn & Daddy Rich (Bass) Charlie Musselwhite & Daddy Rich (harmonica) Mark Yacavone & Michael “The Professor” Hensley (keyboards) Lee Williams & John Martin (Drums) Lauren C. Mitchell (Vocals).

The album can be heard/purchased here: