She is pure Rock ‘n’ Roll and maybe the Rawest Blues girl around. Molly Gene One Whoaman Band is as energetic as lightning and above all fine hill country blues rock. She has been performing solo for the last seven years or so, recording and issuing albums (five to date), and organizing endless tours that eventually got her noticed in Europe.
This weekend I was blown away by One Man band Bror Gunnar Jansson from Sweden with his version of “Ain’t No Grave (Gonna Hold My Body Down)”. Bror stands out for his rhythmic techniques as a one-man band drummer. His voice is dark, raw edged, and like the delta deep as the soul of the lonesome fields.
Fifties Rock ‘n’Roll fans will cheer about the newest album of Truly Lover Trio “Candy Kisses” which was released last year. Hailing from Los Angeles, California, singer/guitarist Marcel Riesco and his Truly Lover Trio deliver the finest Rock ‘n’Roll tunes in style of Roy Orbison, Buddy Holly, and Carl Perkins. This band has performed at some of the biggest (and smallest) Rockabilly and 1950s Rock and Roll festivals in the world.
With Killer Rock ‘n’ Roll songs like “Hot Tone”, “Rock n’ Roll Dance”, and “Kissing in the Bathroom” Philadelphia based band The Whips make us wild again. their latest album City Wide Special just released on Burger Records in collaboration with Rockin’ Skull Man Records.
“Everybody Knows” is the debut single of Van der Neer. These guys hailin’ from York in the UK deliver fine grooving Rock music in their own blend. Inspired by the long road bands like Cream, Led Zeppelin and later The Black Keys and the Raconteurs traveled, Van Der Neer delivers approachable soul soaked melodies, grooves, and tight ass rhythms.