Alan Ovington's Album Reviews

  • Alan Ovington's Album Review - 21 Jun 2024

    On Axel Rudi Pell's 22nd studio album ‘Risen Symbol’, the Bochum-based guitarist and songwriter continues to fly the melodic hard rock flag without watering down his style with pseudo-modern stylistic variations or expendable studio gimmicks. At the same time, he is constantly looking for new influences, exciting inspirations and catchy hooks.

  • Alan Ovington's Album Review - 20 June 2024

    Joanne Shaw Taylor, the chart-topping British blues-rock guitarist, recently released her latest studio album, 'Heavy Soul'. Joanne is recognized for her exceptional guitar skills and powerful songwriting. She continues her ascent in the music world with this new album.

  • Alan Ovington's Album Review - 13 Jun 2024

    Invocation is the name of the exhilarating and highly anticipated brand-new 11-track album from slide guitar virtuoso Troy Redfern. There are elements of blues, glam, and hard rock but the result is a sound that is unmistakably his own.

  • Alan Ovington's Album Review - 6 Jun 2024

    Ebba Bergkvist & The Flat Tire Band is a Swedish blues rock band who freely moves between heavy guitar riffs, raw garage rock and heartbreaking blues. With her powerful voice, Ebba Bergkvist mends the bond between the rock of the 70s and our modern soundscape, with the music’s energy as the most essential. 

  • Alan Ovington's Album Review - 11 Apr 2024

    Following the Ellis Mano Band's European tour last year in support of the critically acclaimed "Luck of the Draw" album, fifteen songs recorded in Germany and Switzerland have now been released on their first live album "Live: Access All Areas".

  • Alan Ovington's Album Review - 4 Apr 2024

    "Fortuna", the long-awaited studio album from the British Blues rock roots guitarist and vocalist Bex Marshall, is a ten-track blues tapestry that bulges to the edges with addictive hooks and story lines.


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