Blues Boom is a column that will target on presenting the cream of the crop of blues, modern blues, neo blues & blues rock sound. Eight tracks will be featured on every post that every blues fan should directly move to. 

“Simple music is the hardest music to play and blues is simple music”. – Albert Collins


A soulful vocal performance, combined ideally with a genuine guitar wok in this great blues rock slowjam by SchreinerSlow.sure‘. Traditional blues played today filtered with modern aesthetics and ultimate passion.

 Jackson Wagner a singer/songwriter from Long Beach, CA follows next with ‘ripping guitar solos and soulful, relatable lyrics‘. A great blues opus you should definitely check out:

Canadian musician, songwriter, producer Frank Randazzo (former guitar/bassist for Juno award winning The Leslie Spit Tree-o) gifts us with an electric, upbeat instrumental blues rock track called ‘Catwalk, Pt. 1‘… Ready for some cowbells?:

Sayed Sabrina is simply stunning with her breathtaking powerhouse vocal performance and her track ‘Everyday‘; A rocking blues tune from her latest album ‘Though Art That‘.

Up next bluesy rock from Tacoma, Washington and an up-and-rising, wild-eyed, disheveled rock quartet  Mister Master ‘spitting’ lyrics like the following:

As the nights grow colder
The lamp dims its glow
Hide away in her pocket
It’s the safest place I know
No one hears the cries
That shoot up to the light
And if I fail to feel
Would you tell me I was right

Strong Like Bull is a straight Up Rock N’ Roll band with rural roots in the land of motorcycle rallies, rod runs, and all night keg parties. And we rae gonna have some hell of a ‘Good Time‘ with their blues rock ‘baby’:

Bywater Call is a Toronto band born out of a love for southern soul, blues and roots music. Their singer Meghan Parnell makes the difference with her powerful & souldful vocal performance, capable of melting an iceberg in the anthemic ‘Wak On By‘:

Ending this very 1st ‘session’ of 2020, with Kingsborough and ‘So High‘… Couldn’t agree more with how they describe this tune “A swaggering gritty rock n’ roll track with roots and blues...”

‘Blues Brother’: Christos Doukakis