Scottish singer-songwriter, guitarist and harp player, Sandi Thom, will release her Rich Robinson (Black Crowes) produced new studio album "Flesh And Blood" on Monday Sept 17th.
Released by Sandi's independent record label Guardian Angels, "Flesh And Blood" is her fourth solo album, and was recorded at 16 Tons Studios in Nashville. As well as producing the album, Robinson also plays guitar, heading-up a stellar backing band comprising Black Crowes drummer Steve Gorman and guitarist Audley Freed alongside legendary Rolling Stones saxophonist Bobby Keys. The album includes a duet with the legendary Buffy Sainte-Marie (one of Sandi's all time favourite artists) on Buffy's classic "The Big Ones Get Away".
To celebrate the album's release, on Thursday September 20th, Sandi will perform an intimate concert at London's Gibson Guitar Studios. Fans who want to attend can apply for strictly limited free-of-charge guest list places by emailing their name and address to email@example.com. The lucky applicants will then be contacted prior to the event with further information.
Sandi will round off 2012 with a nationwide UK tour, starting November 1st at London's Islington o2 Academy. A full list of concerts, ticketing information and a free mp3 download from the new album can be found at her official website
Hampered by ill health, but never ones to retire shyly, The Who continue celebrating their 50th anniversary as they contemplate retirement.
Guitar Planet grades the creative comebacks from three iconic artists who are attempting to give 2015 a much-needed injection of impetus.
Guitar Planet takes on new albums by southern stars Blackberry Smoke, nu-metal icons Papa Roach and the legendary Venom.
The music industry’s glamorous state of the union address was delivered this weekend, but what did the Grammys have to say about guitar music?
Enter Shikari renew their archly political assault while expanding their sonic horizons on The Mindsweep.