Ross Muir's review of our gig with Sari Schorr at the Oran Mor earlier this year can be found at:

The cover of the 2017 calendar from the Les Paul Forum was a montage of Les Paul players such as Joe Bonamassa, Bernie Marsden, Greg Martin....and me! 

Scroll here to see what Andy Powell of Wishbone Ash had to say about the band! ​​​​​​​

Here's Gary Cooper's review of our recent appearance with Erja Lyytinen in Glasgow which can be found in the Moshville Times:

Unfortunately, our gig supporting the Climax Blues Band in Troon for WinterBlues 2019 was cancelled at the eleventh hour!

I'm pleased to announce that the NWR Agency has just added the Brian Rawson Band to their roster!

A short time before the lockdown, we began recording our debut album in Shaun's home studio and at Riverside Studios in Busby but had to put it on hold for obvious reasons.

When we resume and have a completed track, we'll post it here and on our Facebook page.

(Below is a picture of Shaun in his home studio and some of the gear we've been using for the recording)

We played the first HRH a few years back in Hafan Y Mor, North Wales, and it was great meeting and seeing a lot of great bands at this year's and we got some great reviews:

Get Ready to Rock
“...following them was the Brian Rawson Band, a more traditional sounding blues outfit and Brian certainly has the pedigree to take a higher billing.”

Uber Rock
“Brian Rawson suffers some technical problems, which are dealt with efficiently before he delivers a high-energy plugged in set filled with plenty of power and passion.”

Tears Of Fire Photography
“Playing both an acoustic and electric set on the second Stage the guys sounded great despite the fact as a band they are still getting used to each other.Great debut for Peter Scallan on Vocals.”

Down the Front Media
“Opening the second stage, BRIAN RAWSON BAND delivered heavy riffs and melodic old-school blues rock.”