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blues-rock

(blo͞oz′rŏk′)
n.
A style of music that combines blues and rock music.
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But there's another opportunity to catch some exceptionally good blues rock musicians on Sept.
A one-night only celebration, Reclaiming: Back to Blues Rock is an annual festival hosted by Pawel and Xenia of Yurts in Cyprus.
Unadulterated electric blues rock and acoustic blues arrive with Main Street Blues at Macrobert Arts Centre on Saturday, February 23 at 7.30pm.
Support comes in the form of Delta Fuse, a four-piece Irish band delivering blues rock in their own unique way.
A singer-songwriter, on top of the many musical things he can do, Richard is a sought-after sideman that has worked with the likes of alternative rock vets, The Shins, and blues rock revivalists, The Black Keys.
029 2087 8444 MUSIC Sari Schorr is one of the world's best contemporary female blues rock singers.
This band, which specialises in swamp blues, blues rock and blues and originated in Inman Park, Atlanta, Georgia, were last in the UK about 15 years ago.
Glasgow band King King have been dubbed "the best blues-rock band in the world" (Blues Rock Review), credited for "setting the blues world on fire" (Classic Rock), nominated for Best New Band at the Classic Rock Roll Of Honour and handed back-to-back British Blues Awards.
According to their fans, they are carrying the blues rock genre into unknown territory, mixing award winning musicianship with the ability to produce intoxicating songs without compromise.
"He's crucial," admitted the saviour of commercial blues rock. "If I hadn't met Kevin, I would probably still be playing shows to a few hundred blues fans - not selling out Red Rock three years in a row or playing arenas around Europe.
"He's crucial," admitted the saviour of commercial blues rock. "If I hadn't met Kevin, I would probably still be playing shows to a few hundred blues fans -- not selling out Red Rock three years in a row or playing arenas around Europe.
Top, blues rock performer Chantelle McGregor and, left, Jools Holland and his rythm and blues orchestra