Album Review – “meticulously crafted album…”

Album Review – “meticulously crafted album…”

[ by Rhetta Akamatsu – blogcritics.org ] This is Markey Blue’s second album and it’s just as impressive as their debut Hey Hey was. The core of the group, vocalist Markey Latina and guitarist Ric Latina, are perfectly paired, with Ric’s expressive guitar...
Album Review: Blues & Rhythm Magazine (UK)

Album Review: Blues & Rhythm Magazine (UK)

[By Mick Rainsford \ Blues & Rhythm Magazine (UK)] Delta Groove’s expansion into Publicity & Promotion has got off to a great start with the release of this hot and soulful set by Markey Blue – who in (Jeanette) Markey have a huge talent both as a vocalist and...
Album Review: Blues Blast Magazine

Album Review: Blues Blast Magazine

“Hey Hey, all of you lovers of classic blues and soul – Markey Blue flies high on her debut CD!” Releasing a debut blues album is like being a trapeze artist. When musicians strike the perfect balance between instrumentation and vocals, their...
Album Review: Blues Festival Guide

Album Review: Blues Festival Guide

“Markey Blue Band Taking the Soul/Blues Scene by Storm” NASHVILLE, TN – Just one month after the ­release of their debut album, Hey Hey, eleven of the twelve tracks are receiving airplay in the US and worldwide. This spirited band makes it hard to stay in...
Album Review: Making A Scene

Album Review: Making A Scene

From MakingAScene.org I love female blues singers. I wrote a book about them (my T’ain’t Nobody’s Business If I Do,) but not every new artist I get to review really stands out. Many are good, but they just don’t hit me in a special sort of way. This is not so with...
Album Review: BlueNight.com

Album Review: BlueNight.com

From BlueNight.com I like it when a record surprises me, and such is the case with Hey Hey, the new disc from Markey Blue. I haven’t heard a good Memphis style, horn-driven disc in awhile and bandleaders Jeanette Markey and Ric Lantana have crafted a good one. Let’s...