The Reverend got this month's Blues Bite review column written a bit earlier this month, and November's round-up of deserving music has been posted online for your reading enjoyment. This month we take a walk on the fringes of the blues with reviews of new music from Black Country Communion, the "classic rock" supergroup that includes blues-rock guitarist Joe Bonamassa; the Blind Pig Records label debut from former Jefferson Starship guitarist Craig Chaquico; and from the archives, an import album from Southside Johnny & the Asbury Jukes that captures a lively 2002 performance in all its rock 'n' soul glory.
There's not much in the way of new music scheduled for release in November, but our monthly Blues CDs New Releases column will let you know what's coming out and when. Since there are traditionally no new releases of interest to blues fans in December, the column will return in January with a listing of the first new blues discs of 2013.
Photo courtesy Blind Pig Records