blues-rock


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blues-rock

(blo͞oz′rŏk′)
n.
A style of music that combines blues and rock music.
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Summary: Frontman Khalid Ahamed on what you can expect from the blues-rock band's UAE debut
While one half of the crowd had found Hozier thanks to Radio 2, the other half was firmly in the Radio 1 camp: Hozier's is a brand of indie blues-rock for the Taylor Swift crowd (Ms Swift is also reportedly a fan) - and that's not an insult as this is coming from a Swift fan.
Bonamassa, who cites British blues-rock bands of the 60s and 70s such as Free among his influences, has become one of the biggest names on the circuit in recent years.
Sometimes, he can be remarkably traditional, digging into a blues-rock guitar groove that seems to flow from some concert somewhere in the late-'60s or early '70s, classic and drenched in beer from some backwater bar.
TONIGHT, the Leicester-born blues-rock guitarist Aynsley Lister arrives at the Cluny with his band, and a recent album, Home, to showcase.
The blues-rock man kicked off his career by landing the title Young Guitarist of The Year.
She closes with Belly Of The Blues, a blues-rock belter that suggests Sandi Thom has finally found a new home.
A CHILLY Monday night and legendary blues-rock guitarist JohnnyWinter and band was in Cardiff to warm the faithful.
Eric Clapton is an English blues-rock guitarist, singer, songwriter and composer.
Now in their twentieth year together the Hamsters are established as one of the UK's premier blues-rock attractions and have been voted favourites of Kerrang magazine and BBC Top Gear.
According to record producer Jerry Goldstein -- who got legal rights to the War name -- he put the band together to back British blues-rock singer Eric Burdon after seeing the musicians playing in 1969 at a topless beer bar in the San Fernando Valley, backing Deacon Jones, the pro football player.
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