Joe Bonamassa | British Blues Explosion Live
(Photo: Christie Goodwin)
Almost two years have passed since Joe Bonamassa played Greenwich Music Time Festival. And yet, as the guitarist plays the opening notes of ‘Beck’s Bolero’, one’s immediately transported back to that warm summer night in July 2016 when, on the grounds of historic Old Naval College, Bonamassa paid his respects to the stars of the British blues explosion.
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Ezra Furman has shared his latest single ‘Maraschino-Red Dress $8.99 at Goodwill’ just days before releasing his new album ‘Transangelic Exodus’.
The LP, out on 9 February, will be supported by several UK dates in May, including O2 Brixton Academy on 23 May.
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The Slow Readers Club are back with a new single, video, album, and tour.
‘Through The Shadows’, accompanied by a clip shot live at the band’s sold-out headline show at Manchester’s Albert Hall, precedes the LP ‘Build A Tower’, which is released on 4 May.
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The last time Sunflower Bean played London was the biggest show they’d ever done. Supporting Wolf Alice on their November UK tour, the New York trio ended up performing in front of some 10 000 people at Alexandra Palace.
They’re back on their own headlining tour at the end of March to coincide with the release of their second album, ‘Twentytwo in Blue’.
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With their debut album ‘Starting Gun’, the Bad Flowers continue the tradition of powerful hard rock from the Midlands.
Singer and guitarist Tom Leighton tells us about the LP, spontaneity in the studio, capturing the dynamism of live performance, and misbehaving.
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The Hold Steady have long since sold out their two London shows in March, so they’re extending their visit.
The US band, who play Electric Ballroom on 9 and 10 March, are now also hosting a Sunday roast dinner at The Lexington on 11 March before playing the venue that night.
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Wye Oak have released the first taste of their upcoming album, ‘The Louder I Call, The Faster It Runs’.
Due for release on 6 April, their fifth LP is preceded by the emotive title track, which will no doubt be part of their setlist when the duo play Village Underground on 3 May.
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