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Bluestown Music Review: Randy Lee Riviere – Blues Sky

By Peter Marinus. Randy Lee Riviere is a singer-songwriter, who is often accommodated in the Americana corner. Although there are indeed Americana influences in his music, his third album proves that there is much more going on. Randy Lee often rocks in a raw way. One time grimly hard and the other time brooding and… more »

ROAD KILL ROCK…Randy Lee Riviere: Blues Sky

By George W. Harris, Jazz Weekly. Randy Lee Riviere sings and plays guitar with Kevin McKendree/g-key-voc, Kenneth Blevins/dr, David Santos/b and Ann, Regina & Freda McCrary/voc on a collection of originals taken from the pages of 70s rockers like Foghat and Lynyrd Skynrd. There’s a mix of rock and hip hop during “American Redoubt”, and… more »

Randy Lee Riviere – Blues Sky

From Marty Gunther’s Red Hot ‘n Blues Reviews. A self-described “country boy” singer-songwriter who delivers a hard-to-define mix of musical stylings, Randy Lee Riviere teams with Grammy-winning producer Kevin McKendree and ventures into new territory on his latest disc, delivering a groove-heavy masterwork that’s still hard to define but blue through and through. Randy Lee… more »

Randy Lee Riviere – Blues Sky

By Eric Schuurmans. Bigfork is a place in the state of Montana and administratively falls under the still partly untouched Flathead County. There lie the roots of – he describes himself as – “country boy singer-songwriter” Randy Lee Riviere, who now also lives part-time in Tennessee and who delivers a mix of musical styles that… more »