3rd July 2017

Get a free Ramblin’ Man CD with the new issue of Classic Rock!

Get a free Ramblin’ Man CD with the new issue of Classic Rock

Black Star Riders, Rival Sons, Supersonic Blues Machine, Monster Truck and more all feature on a free Ramblin’ Man Fair CD given away with the latest issue of Classic Rock magazine.

This indispensible slab of rock’n’roll, titled Ramble On, features summertime classics from 15 bands on this year’s bill, from BSR’s feelgood anthem When The Night Comes In and Rival Sons blues-rock barnstormer Thundering Voices to Supersonic Blues Machine’s Miracle Man and Monster Truck’s thunderous She’s A Witch.

Elsewhere, you’ve got blues giants Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Eric Gales and Joanne Shaw Taylor, psychedelic rockers Blues Pills and The Vintage Caravan, country rock hellraiser Danny Worsnop, plus a whole host of rising stars including Blackwater Conspiracy, Aaron Keylock, Stone Broken and more.

The CD is a must-hear for anyone priming themselves for this year’s Ramblin’ Man Fair CD. The 15 tracks don’t just show the sheer quality and breadth of music on offer at this year’s festival, they serve up a resounding kick in the nuts to anyone who still claims that rock is dead. Don’t believe us? Pick it up and hear for yourself.

 

The full tracklisting for Ramble On is:

 

  1. Black Star Riders – When The Night Comes In
  2. Rival Sons – Thundering Voices
  3. Supersonic Blues Machine – Miracle Man
  4. Danny Worsnop – Anyone But Me
  5. Blackwater Conspiracy – The Monday Club
  6. Joanne Shaw Taylor – Nothing’ To Lose
  7. Monster Truck – She’s A Witch
  8. Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band – Lay It On Down
  9. Blues Pills – Burned Out
  10. Eric Gales – Been So Long
  11. The Vintage Caravan – Crazy Horses
  12. Aaron Keylock – Just One Question
  13. Stone Broken – Not Your Enemy
  14. Big Boy Bloater & The Limits – Luxury Hobo Blues
  15. Scorpion Child – Moon Tension

 

The new issue of Classic Rock, featuring the Ramble On CD, is on the shelves now. You can see all these bands and more at Ramblin’ Man Fair from July 28-30. Tickets are available here.