Tag Archives: Southern rock

RACHEL WISE – Southern Life

October 31, 2018

Rachel Wise 2018 Mississippi belle steps out to lasso an idlewild wind and get carried away. “If you wanna know how to live right, well, here’s your recipe”: this line from Rachel Wise’s first album should sum it up nicely, … Continue reading

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HOT ‘N’ NASTY – Dirt

April 7, 2018

Hot ‘N’ Nasty 2018 When “going South” doesn’t mean “going south”: Dortmund drifters deliver their third dispatch for the break of day. Blues know no hurry, and this German quartet are well aware of how long it would take to … Continue reading

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JESSE DAMON – Southern Highway

July 26, 2016

On Fire 2016 Former SILENT RAGE belter goes down the Mississippi to deliver a honeysuckle wine and forget about an urban whine. Hard rock left behind, Jesse Damon has been expanding his stylistic reach for more than a decade now … Continue reading

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THE YOUNG REVELATORS – All I See

January 23, 2016

Daystorm Music 2016 Southern rock from Midwest: heavy blues trio on the road to their pride and joy. Uncompromising stance is a trait of youth, but it can also be a whipping post. That’s how it goes for this Milwaukee band … Continue reading

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CHINA SKY – the revival

April 20, 2014

It’s been more than 25 years since CHINA SKY released their self-titled album which featured “Some Kind Of Miracle” – almost a hit. It could be that if the band, formed by ex-MOLLY HATCHET guitarist John Ingram with Ron Perry at the mike … Continue reading

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