"Long Hard Ride" is the upcoming eighth studio album from Country music singer Deryl Dodd slated to be released on April 21st, 2017 by Little Red Truck Music. It will serve as his first album release in well over a half-decade, the album features guest appearances from Pat Green, Cody Johnson, Dave Perez, Bonnie Bishop, Kevin Fowler, Roger Creager, Radney Foster, Matt Hillyer, Tony La Rue, Randy Rogers, Larry Joe Taylor, William Clark Green, Wade Bowen and Cody Jinks.
On Don't Let the Bossman Get You Down, Bishop projects a good-natured, humorous persona in the extended spoken-word sections of his songs, but still finds time to play a lot of tasty blues guitar.
Legendary blues guitarist/songwriter/vocalist Elvin Bishop returns to Alligator Records with CAN'T EVEN DO WRONG RIGHT. With his ''so-loose-they're-tight'' road band behind him, along with friends Charlie Musselwhite and Mickey Thomas, Bishop has created one of the best albums of his career. CAN'T EVEN DO WRONG RIGHT finds Bishop playing, writing and singing some of the most spirited and distinctive blues and roots music today. The CD proves that Bishop is as vital and creative an artist now as he was when he first hit the national scene in 1965 with The Paul Butterfield Blues Band. He is as slyly good-humored and instantly crowd-pleasing as he was when he was scoring Southern rock-styled hits during the 1970s. For five decades, he has never stopped touring or releasing instantly recognizable music featuring his groundbreaking playing, easygoing vocals, witty lyrics and good-time humor.
2013 two CD collection from the Welsh vocalist. Bonnie Tyler's multi-platinum mid-'80s link with Meat Loaf songwriter Jim Steinman that saw the Welsh songstress etch her name into Rock history. Those distinctive husky tones graced classic after classic, from the bombastic transatlantic chart-topper 'Total Eclipse of the Heart' to 'Holding Out for a Hero', a US #2 from the soundtrack of hit movie Footloose.Add duets with Todd Rundgren and Shakin' Stevens, the feel-good 'A Rockin' Good Way', plus top album tracks and you've a package sure to please fans both in the Principality and the wider Rock 'n' Roll world.
This has been around as a bootleg for some time, a great radio broadcast from February 1972 featuring mainly Bonnie with Freebo on bass but also T. J. Tindle on lead guitar and John Davis playing harp on a couple of tracks. The sound quality isn't perfect but it's pretty good and it captures Bonnie doing material from her first two albums as well as some songs that have never been officially released - Steve Winwood's 'Can't Find My Way Home', John Hurt's 'Richland Woman Blues' and her own song 'Blender Blues'. Although Bonnie sounds young (she was only 22) she also sounds very confident and relaxed, her voice is perfectly controlled and her guitar playing is particularly good on blues like Robert Johnson's 'Walking blues' and 'Richland Woman Blues'.