Album Review: Katie Doherty & The Navigators – And Then

And Then is the latest album to come from the graceful talents of Katie Doherty and the Navigators. Released at the end of a really rather dismal January it was everything that one needed to put a bit of passion back in your soul. Only just over a month into 2019 and we already have a powerful contender for one of the best albums of the year.

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Album Review: Helen Rose – Trouble Holding Back

Trouble Holding Back is an aptly titled album released from astounding country-blues artist Helen Rose. We say that it is aptly titled for the simple fact that is immediately audible that this is an artist who really does struggle to hold herself back. Rose has such an overwhelming and overflowing passion that her music seems to be bursting at the very seams.

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Album Review: Vanessa Anne Redd – Zumbo Waxes

Vanessa Anne Redd is one of those astonishing individuals who seem to have more projects on the go than hours in the day and yet not only does she accomplish her goals but seems to do so effortlessly. Singer-songwriter, producer, film maker, record label owner and general idol, Redd has a veritable catalogue of skills from which she can draw at any given time and this year she has used those skills to produce her latest accomplishment, Zumbo Waxes.

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Album Review: The Steel Woods – Old News

The Steel Woods are a hard and heavy group of Southern rockers hailing from Nashville, Tennessee who have a perfected sound that kits you like a jackhammer to the skull. Their latest album Old News is anything but its namesake – it is an earnest country-blues-rock album of unfathomable power that will leave your head swirling and your heart thumping.

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