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Fresh Biscuits! New Releases From March 2015

March was a fairly quite month for new releases. Hopefully April will see more Blues music coming out as we head into festival season for 2015. What did arrive in March was fairly interesting though. Joe Bonamassa released a live tribute to Muddy Waters and Howlin’ Wolf, Danielle Nicole (aka Danielle Schnebelen from Trampled Underfoot) put out an EP featuring her first solo recordings, and Ian Siegal delivered The Picnic Sessions featuring impromptu jams with Alvin Youngblood Hart, Cody Dickinson, Luther Dickinson, and Jimbo Mathus.

Other artists who had new releases in March include Innes Sibun, Papaslide, Robben Ford, Doug MacLeod, JJ Grey & Mofro, and James Day & The Fish Fry. If you’re an artist and you put out a new album recently or you have one coming out soon, let us know and we’ll be sure to include you in our round up!

As always, we try to keep you up to date on the new releases, even if there aren’t many on a weekly basis. Once the new releases start rolling in we’ll be back to our weekly schedule instead of these monthly updates.

Innes Sibun

Innes Sibun Blues Transfusion

Papaslide

Papaslide The Deepest Pain

Joe Bonamassa

Joe Bonamassa Muddy Wolf at Red Rocks

Robben Ford

Robben Ford Into the Sun

Danielle Nicole

Danielle Nicole Danielle Nicole EP

Doug MacLeod

Doug MacLeod Exactly Like This

Ian Siegal

Ian Siegal The Picnic Sessions

JJ Grey & Mofro

JJ Grey & Mofro Ol’ Glory

James Day & The Fish Fry

James Day & The Fish Fry Southland

Fresh Biscuits! New Releases For August 12, 2014

Last week was barren for new releases but there are several exciting new albums this week. Alexis P. Suter Band’s highly anticipated CD is out today. You can find our review of it here. There’s also a hot new live record from Chris O’Leary Band and an archival Louisiana Red release of a live show from Greece. This week boasts a bunch of releases from abroad, showing yet again the reach of pure honest music played by not-always-pure, mostly honest musicians! Blues truly is thriving outside the United States and you owe it to yourself to check out some International Blues.

PS: Paul Lamb’s website says his new CD came out June 16th. If that’s the case I’m sorry we missed it. It’s on the the list now and #thatsahotbiscuit !

Alexis P. Suter Band Love the Way You Roll

 

 

 

 

 

 


Chris O’Leary Band Live at Blues Now

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Arsen Shomakhov Dynamic

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Innes Sibun Lost In The Wilderness

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Jay Willie Rumblin’ & Slidin’

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Louisiana Red The Sky Is Crying

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Mick Abrahams Working in the Blues

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Paul Lamb & The Kingsnakes Hole in the Wall

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Rob Tognoni Casino Placebo

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Smoky Babe Way Back in the Country Blues

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Nick Woodland Beacon

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