It's that time of the year again! Bluebird Reviews is getting ready, for the third consecutive year, to reward the world of music and, particularly, those artists that have shone above the others, either through spectacular live performances or for having brought to a great year for music, like 2018, some of the great material that they have ever recorded in their careers through our Bluebird Reviews Awards.

Once again, Bluebird Reviews has gathered together a prestigious International Music Panel to decide who is going to be the winner of the 2018 Awards. This year's Award Committee is made by members of National Radio Networks, Music Promoters, Music Journalists, Music Festival Promoters and Organizers, Music Editors and Live Music Producers from 5 different countries (USA, Uk, Italy, Spain and Norway), all ready to judge the winners of the two Awards categories, Artist Of The Year and Best Live Act.

The day has arrived! In a year that sees our website celebrating the 10th Anniversary of its existence, it brings even more excitement for our Team to announce this year’s winners of the Bluebird Reviews Awards.

This year has been a highly prolific one for many artists, with many of them releasing perhaps the best albums of their careers so far. This aspect made even more difficult for our International panel of media experts (TV Hosts, Radio DJs, Label Owners, Music Press) coming from 5 different countries (United Kingdom, United States, Denmark, Italy and Spain) to decide who was the worth winner for each category.

It's that time of the year again!

After the very first Bluebird Reviews Awards assigned in 2016 to the wonderful Beth Hart as Artist Of The Year and to one of the finest bands currently in the music scene, the formidable Nashville trio Simo as Best Live Act of 2016, our website has put down the candidates for this year's categories.

Also, in view of the fact that Bluebird Reviews celebrates this year the 10th anniversary as a music website, our Team has decided to create a special Lifetime Music Award, whose winner will be mentioned on 31st October 2017, together with the winners of the other two categories.


(Photo by Klara Fowler)


After three years of hiatus, the Swedish rock band H.E.A.T. returns with a brand new album called Into The Great Unknown, due to be released on Friday 22nd September.




Rock Super-Group Black Country Communion announces their return to the music scene by releasing their first single Collide from the forthcoming new album, simply called BCCIV.

After a long hiatus, following the release of their controversial 2013 third album Afterglow, the American Rock Band formed by Glenn Hughes, Joe Bonamassa, Jason Bonham and Derek Sherinian makes, through their new single, a clear statement on the direction that the album is going to take. Collide shows signs of a band determined to make a strong comeback to the music scene, with Glenn Hughes on vocals in stratospheric singing form.


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BCCIV will be released worldwide on Friday 22nd September 2017 and the band has already announced two exclusive concerts in Europe during January 2018 to support the release of their new album "BCCIV".

The concerts will take place both in the United Kingdom. The band will play Wolverhampton Civic Hall on Tuesday 2nd January and London Hammersmith Apollo on Thursday 4th January 2018.

Tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday 4th August and can be booked online from and






Photo Credit: © Neil Zlozower



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