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What were the best blues albums of the past 3 years?

In the New Year, we’ll publish our annual Best Blues Albums of the Year. But in the meantime, here’s a reminder of Down at the Crossroads’ 22 more words

Beth Hart

Blue On Black (Music)

This song popped in my head at the start of my day yesterday and wouldn’t leave, until I pulled it up on youtube and forced my family into hearing it over an over again. 19 more words

The Queen's List

Music Discovery Monday – 10/26/15

Hard Rock Daddy presents Music Discovery Monday – 10/26/15.

Each week, the HRD team shares songs that fly below radio’s radar, ranging from lesser-known artists to deeper cuts from both up-and-coming and established artists. 2,206 more words

Songs Played On Octane

Paint a vulgar picture

Last weekend I decided to bite the bullet and make a start on painting our spare bedroom.  Anyone who knows me well knows what a traumatic experience this is for me and why I’ve been putting it off for so long; sadly I was born without a home improvements gene and have not a clue as to how to wield a paint roller whilst balancing on top of a rickety step ladder.  810 more words

It Don't Mean Much

For more than a year, some of my friends and I have been sharing music. We’re supposed to review/rate what gets shared with us, and share those reviews with the group, but that doesn’t always happen. 1,357 more words

General Music

Photos: Van Halen, Kenny Wayne Shepherd @ Shoreline Amphitheatre

Photos by: Raymond Ahner (@photoray) –

Iconic hard rock band Van Halen, who released their newest album, A Different Kind of Truth, on February 7th, 2012, which serves as their first album with original lead vocalist David Lee Roth since 1984, their first album since 1998’s Van Halen III, and the first to feature Eddie Van Halen’s son Wolfgang on bass, performed at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, CA last night with blues rock singer-songwriter Kenny Wayne Shepherd, who released his newest album, Goin’ Home, on May 19th, 2014.        722 more words