Judith Owen

Judith Owen – redisCOVERed

Owen is one of our favourite artists here at Just Listen To This – on account of her imagination, musical skills, choice of accompanists, beguiling voice, bravery and waspish humour.

Jaki Graham

Jaki Graham – When A Woman Loves

British soul singer Jaki Graham has been in the music business for over forty years and she just has not stopped. Still touring today, Graham is the first black British female solo artist to have six consecutive Top 20 hits and now she has a brand new full-length studio album ‘When A Woman Loves’ to share with the world.

The Nectars

The Nectars – Sci-Fi Television

The Nectars are a female-fronted band from New Jersey who went to New York and made a name for themselves in the underground music scene. The band are formed of vocalist Jessica Kenny, Mike Montalbano (drums/vocals), Jon Paul (bass) and Michael Baron (guitar).

Joe Bonamassa

Joe Bonamassa – British Blues Explosion Live

So it’s a balmy Summer evening out at Greenwich, with Joe bringing a quality band onstage to play a set that took in the various works of and numbers made famous by Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck and Jimmy Page.

Hailey Tuck

Hailey Tuck – Junk

I enjoy various genres and styles of music and I don’t really have a ‘favourite’ per se. However, I do like jazz and have been a fan of artists such as Gregory Porter and Jamie Cullum for several years. It seems like such ‘free’ genre of music which can take a listener to several places both psychologically and emotionally.

Jon Allen – Blue Flame

Easily one of our favourite songwriters, Allen has a husky, soulful voice to be envied and a way with a tune. Females love his intimate delivery and the chaps marvel at his melodic and emphatic guitar playing and slivers of harp.

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My Indigo -My Indigo

There’s a rather unusual inspiration to this release, leading to an album that both had to be made and is something of a left turn. The act is fronted by Sharon den Adel, star vocalist and songwriter with Within Temptation, well-known to conneisseurs of Female Fronted Symphonic Metal groups.

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Mike Zito – First Class Life

Zito doesn’t go for that racing around, foot on the monitor, extreme face-pulling style of guitar. He just plays out and keeps his cool, channelling soul through his fingertips. Better still he doesn’t shout or groan, he actually sings..and if these comments puzzle you, you should hear a lot of the stuff we receive to review.

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Finbar Furey – Don’t Stop This Now

Long and deservedly a folk icon in Ireland and globally, hearing this very varied set of new songs from Finbar Furey is not just refreshing but really an intriguing pile of aural postcards that make the listener think as well as enjoy the singing, the melodies, the contribution of the players.

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