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DIRTY STREETS Interview: Justin Toland

Memphis trio Diry Streets have just released their new album White Horse. Blues Rock Review caught up with frontman Justin Toland to talk about the album and more. READ THE INTERVIEW ON THE BLUES ROCK REVIEW SITE

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9/10 review of DIRTY STREETS “White Horse” from BLUES ROCK REVIEW

For those of you who have been lamenting that there is no “good music” out there, let not your hearts be troubled. Dirty Streets are here to wipe away your tears. Their brand new record due out November, 2015 called White Horse is a collection of 11 rock and roll tracks that will make you […]

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BLUES ROCK 8/10 Review of HANDSOME JACK “Do What Comes Naturally”

The band refines roots rock for today’s generation, boasting a classic, soulful sound. With vocals reminiscent of Eric Burdon and Otis Redding, they sure stack up in the talent category. The album features long bluesy jams, suave singing, and lyrics true to the blues. Blues Rock review here

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BLUES ROCK REVIEW of LEFT LANE CRUISER “Rock Them Back To Hell”

Welcome to the left lane. Left Lane Cruiser is comprised of Freddie “Joe” Evans IV on slide guitar and vocals, alongside Brenn Beck on anything and everything he can get his hands on; this includes all things percussion and harmonica. This duo packs more sound into one room than your high school marching band ever […]

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