When you talk about the future of Blues Rock then it doesn't get much better than last night at Islington's Assembly Hall in London. KIcking off with The Midlands very own The Bad Flowers (Video Of The Day), you could immediately see why they were named as one of Planet Rock’s ‘Ones To Watch’ following the release of their first single ‘Thunder Child’ last September plus last week's launch of their new album 'Starting Gun'. And if that set wasn't good enough, then step forward Wisconsin-born, Los Angles based singer and guitarist, Jared James Nichols who released his latest album 'Black Magic' last October - his trio including Erik Sandin on bass guitar and Dennis Holm on drums - duly delivering 70's Power Rock at its classic best. And last, but not least, 2017 WRC 'One's To Watch' award winners Stone Broken (pictured) - enough said - who we saw at this very same venue a year ago supporting Glenn Hughes. A cracking night - watch out for more photos and a review shortly.