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Live Music Events Calendar

Nov
15
Thu
Steven K. Henry Band with Bill Stewart
Nov 15 @ 7:30 pm
Steven K. Henry Band with Bill Stewart @ Harbour Street Fish Bar

A band of seasoned veterans delivering funky rock ‘n’ roll with an edge

Steven K Henry on drums & vocals,
Neil Chapman – guitar & vocals,
Joe Agnello – bass & vocals,
Gabor Szepesi – keyboards

Special Guest – Bill Stewart

Bill is a consummate guitar player, highly regarded by his peers. Bill started at an early age and didn’t take it seriously until later in life when he started his career with The Buddy Knox Band in Alberta at the age of 28, since then Bill toured on the road for 10 or so years with different configurations until his return to Ontario where he played at the Famous Deerhust Inn playing with (Eileen) Shania Twain, Malton & Hamilton and the cast of many. After a few years at the resort Bill took a job playing with the John Howard Band touring Ontario. Bill formed a band called Loose boots and won best band and guitarist at the Barrie Music Awards, fortunately he got the opportunity to tour Europe with Romping Ronnie Hawkins and the Hawks. After the tour Bill went to Cambrian College in Sudbury and then off to Humber for further development in music, mainly to teach guitar. Bill is regarded for his great tone, timing, taste and feel. An asset to any musical endeavour.

Steven K Henry – Drums & Vocals

Since his first gig at age 7, Steven has been performing professionally for 50 years as a vocalist and multi-instrumentalist.  Steven plays drums, guitar, piano, bass, Hammond organ, cello lap steal and whatever else he can get his hands on.  He also owns and operates a recording studio in a small country church. Steven has one CD to his credit and is currently working on a second CD, as well as various recording sessions with other artists and live performances…

Neil Chapman – Guitar & Vocals

Neil Chapman is one of North America’s most inspiring guitarists. As well as being a first call session player, having recorded with the likes of Dan Hill, Rita McNeil, Rough Trade, The Sattallites, Heat Exchange, Zombo Zombo, Bill King’s Saturday Nite Fish Fry and Alan Frew, he has played on stage with many great artists such as Leonard Cohen, Carol Pope, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Randy Bachman, Leroy Sibbles, Toots and the Maytals, and Maestro Fresh Wes.

Along with Graeme Williamson and Tony Duggan-Smith, Neil is a founding member of Canada’s “National Treasure” THE PUKKA ORCHESTRA, and the offshoots Neotone and Autocondo. He is also a member of ZED HEAD, a classic rock/Texas boogie outfit in the style of the greats of old.

When not touring, Neil keeps busy writing and recording music for documentaries, television and corporate events. As an “Event Musician”, Neil enjoys being band leader and playing live for the corporate crowd throughout the world with his band BIG ROCK ENDING.

Joe Agnello – Bass & Vocals

Joe’s musical career spans over 3 decades and includes such bands and performers as Leigh Ashford, The Cameo Blues Band, Johnny Wright & Hotline, Dianne Heatherington, Flagg, David Wilcox, Malcolm Tomlinson, and Chuck Jackson & The All Stars.

Leigh Ashford, a band Joe co-founded with Toronto guitarist Gord Waszek in 1967, was the opening act for The Who, Vanilla Fudge, Sly and The Family Stone, Ten Years After, Procol Harum, Grand Funk, Jose Feliciano and shared the bill with Alice Cooper, M.C.5, Guess Who, and Crowbar.

Gabor Szepesi – Keyboard

Gabor went on the road, after graduation to pursue a career in music. Touring for years with bands like Bloodstone, Mango, Justin Paige, Grant Smith, Lenny Solomon, Charity Brown, Janet Harper, The Ryan Brothers, Laurie Schedler, Atlantis, Better Late, Ultrasound and Sweet Blindness.

In the 70’s and 80’s Gabor did many recording sessions at Toronto’s premiere recording studios as well as “live to air” television music series productions on CHCH and CTV.

In the mid 80’s he decided to follow another passion and created a very successful audio production company, PA+ Productions Inc.

PA+ had house rigs in the most prestigious live music venues in the city. These included The Jarvis House, Lee’s Palace, The Diamond Club, Rock’Roll Heaven, RPM, The Government, and on and on.

In the early 90’s PA+ was awarded the status of “preferred supplier” to some or Toronto’s most prestigious live performance venues. These included: Massey Hall, Roy Thomson Hall, The Sony Centre and The Harbourfront Centre.

Our services division also established itself as a player in world class theatre production. In 1992 we launched the world premiere of the Live Entertainment production of “Kiss of the Spider Woman”, a theatre production that toured the world after the Toronto launch.

PA+ also had a very successful integration division that was very respected by the leading consultants. It did projects that encompassed an enormous scope. Some of our installations include: Fallsview Casino, Lakehead University, University of Windsor, Massey Hall, Roy Thompson Hall, Bruce Power, Legislative Assembly of Beijing, Copps Coliseum, Halifax Legislature, Molson Barrie Arena, Celebration Square, and on and on.

Gabor sold PA+ in 2014 and still runs a local tour support company, Backline Plus Inc. BL+ is a world class supplier of professional musical instrument rentals and still services all of the preferred supplier contracts that were serviced by PA+.

Gabor moved to Wasaga Beach in 2016 and is playing every week at local bars. He is actively playing with Wayne Buttery and the Groove Project, Lisa Hutchinson, Dean McTaggart, The Collective, and Mike Roberts, as well as traveling to Toronto to do periodic session work.

Today Gabor concentrates on managing Backline Plus and is the VP of Integration at Metalworks Production Group. But he still makes time to follow his passion for playing music.

Nov
16
Fri
Horseshoes & Handgrenades
Nov 16 @ 8:00 pm
Horseshoes & Handgrenades @ Harbour Street Fish Bar | Collingwood | Ontario | Canada

Horseshoes & Handgrenades

Playing the best in Rock and Blues! Classics from The Who, Tom Petty, Bad Company, The Band, and everything in between. Featuring Chris Scerri, Jon Zaslow, Johnny Roy, and Beaker Granger!

Nov
17
Sat
Jordan John & His All-Star Band
Nov 17 @ 9:00 pm

To say that vocal sensation Jordan John is a more powerful and polished lead vocalist and multi-instrumentalist than many players twice his age would tell just a fraction of the story.  Adept on drums, keyboards, guitar and bass, he has already compiled a longer list of credits, and displays more assuredness and maturity, than many performers twice his age.

Be it performing in front of 20,000 + as a lead singing, guitar wielding frontman, opening for The Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin (at her personal request), jamming at age 16 on drums with the artist formally known as Prince, singing the American National Anthem at the 2011 Toronto Honda Indy, performing as interim bassist for famed Canadian rock trio, Wide Mouth Mason, Jordan’s talent and energy is sure to delight and amaze both avid and casual music listeners.

Garnering praise from the who’s who of the music industry such as world renown producer David Foster, Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds, John Mayall, Steve Jordan, Keith Richards, Robbie Robertson, you may begin to register the proper amount of astonishment his musicality can command.

In addition to his work as a frontman in the U.S. & overseas in Europe, Jordan’s diverse multi-instrumental ability has allowed him to perform and/or record at the highest level on drums, guitar, bass & B3 hammond organ for the following Canadian, American & U.K. artists…

Johnny Reid, Colin James, Jeff Healey, Burton Cummings,  Wide Mouth Mason, Ronnie Spector, The Trailer Park Boys, Deborah Cox, Divine Brown, Lucky Peterson, Matt Schofield, Pinetop Perkins, Elise LeGrow to name but a few……

www.jordanjohn.com

Prakash John – Bass

Prakash John is in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of “Funkadelic/Parliament.” Legendary bassist for Lou Reed, Alice Cooper, James Brown, The Blues Brothers, Paul Shaffer, Junior Wells, Murray McLaughlin, Gene McLelland, Rory Block. He has recorded and toured with Bush, Domenic Troiano, Lou Reed, Alice Cooper and Parliament.

In his early days in Toronto, he played with Bush and Mandala before graduating to George Clinton’s Parliament/Funkadelic bands. There were those great tours and albums in the early ’70s with Lou Reed, including that historic bass solo during the intro to Sweet Jane on Rock ’n’ Roll Animal. He was the man who called the musical cues for Alice Cooper on Welcome To My Nightmare and, more recently, was leader of The Lincolns, one of Canada’s greatest R&B bands.

Dylan Burchell – Guitar

Up ‘n Coming 19 year old guitar wiz from Collingwood.

Julian Psihogios – Drums

21 year old drummer extraordinaire.

Grab your tickets at the bar!
Or call 705-293-3474
(while they last…)

www.jordanjohn. com

Nov
22
Thu
The Crew featuring Johnny Wright
Nov 22 @ 7:30 pm
The Crew featuring Johnny Wright @ Harbour Street Fish Bar

Introducing…

High-energy soul music from one of Toronto’s long-standing icons of R&B:

Johnny Wright – Vocals

Singer Johnny Wright is a well-known veteran of the Toronto R & B scene, with a flourishing career as a soul singer­. In addition to his ­­studio work with various artists, he has worked live with a number of bands including The Mystics, the Cameo Blues Band, The Majestics, Atlantis, The Bittersweet Blues Band, and most recently, Hotline, featuring Michael Fonfara and several other of Toronto’s most gifted and experienced musicians. Their music has received rave reviews in club scene publications and they were invited to perform in the Toronto Soul & Blues Festival.

“Singer Johnny Wright burns bright with an honest intensity”
– Wilder Penfield III, Toronto Sun

“Johnny Wright proves there is a sweeter side to soul”
– Mark Miller, Globe & Mail

The Crew All-Star Band

Check out the amazing bios for this line up of top-notch musicians:

Danny Weis – Guitar

Raised in San Diego, California, where he was taught guitar by his father Johnny Weis, a well-known country jazz guitarist who performed with many Grand Ole Opry stars including Johnny Cash and Tex Ritter. At their home, legendary jazz guitar great Barney Kessel was frequently found jamming and trading guitar licks in the living room with Danny and his dad. These early influences formed the foundation of Danny’s strong sense of melody, bluesy lines, and the unique funky rhythmic style that define his trademark guitar sound.

At 18 Danny co-founded Iron Butterfly and performed at famous Sunset Strip clubs like The Whiskey Au Go Go and The Troubadour. He caught the eye of Elektra Records producer Paul Rothchild who presented Danny with an offer to join super group, Rhinoceros. He accepted and went on to record three albums with the group and co-wrote their instrumental hit Apricot Brandy. Danny has shared the stage with musical legends Janis Joplin, Stevie Wonder, Sly Stone, The Doors, Buffalo Springfield, David Crosby, Ray Charles, The Bee Gees, The Who, Alice Cooper, Blood Sweat and Tears and Jimi Hendrix. He as toured and recorded with The Everly Brothers, Burton Cummings, The Rascals, Lou Reed, Melissa Manchester and others.

In 1979 he was musical director and performed in the movie The Rose, starring Bette Midler, for which he received gold and platinum American Music Awards. In 2005, Marshmellow Records recorded and released Danny’s first solo project Sweet Spot which features an exciting mix of smooth jazz, funk and R & B originals.

Now living in the Georgian Bay area, Danny is kept busy in his studio writing, arranging and recording his own projects as well as recording and performing with other Canadian, US and International artists.

For additional info, please see his website at dannyweis.com

Gabor Szepesi – Keyboard

Gabor went on the road, after graduation to pursue a career in music. Touring for years with bands like Bloodstone, Mango, Justin Paige, Grant Smith, Lenny Solomon, Charity Brown, Janet Harper, The Ryan Brothers, Laurie Schedler, Atlantis, Better Late, Ultrasound and Sweet Blindness.

In the 70’s and 80’s Gabor did many recording sessions at Toronto’s premiere recording studios as well as “live to air” television music series productions on CHCH and CTV.

In the mid 80’s he decided to follow another passion and created a very successful audio production company, PA+ Productions Inc.

PA+ had house rigs in the most prestigious live music venues in the city. These included The Jarvis House, Lee’s Palace, The Diamond Club, Rock’Roll Heaven, RPM, The Government, and on and on.

In the early 90’s PA+ was awarded the status of “preferred supplier” to some or Toronto’s most prestigious live performance venues. These included: Massey Hall, Roy Thomson Hall, The Sony Centre and The Harbourfront Centre.

Our services division also established itself as a player in world class theatre production. In 1992 we launched the world premiere of the Live Entertainment production of “Kiss of the Spider Woman”, a theatre production that toured the world after the Toronto launch.

PA+ also had a very successful integration division that was very respected by the leading consultants. It did projects that encompassed an enormous scope. Some of our installations include: Fallsview Casino, Lakehead University, University of Windsor, Massey Hall, Roy Thompson Hall, Bruce Power, Legislative Assembly of Beijing, Copps Coliseum, Halifax Legislature, Molson Barrie Arena, Celebration Square, and on and on.

Gabor sold PA+ in 2014 and still runs a local tour support company, Backline Plus Inc. BL+ is a world class supplier of professional musical instrument rentals and still services all of the preferred supplier contracts that were serviced by PA+.

Gabor moved to Wasaga Beach in 2016 and is playing every week at local bars. He is actively playing with Wayne Buttery and the Groove Project, Lisa Hutchinson, Dean McTaggart, The Collective, and Mike Roberts, as well as traveling to Toronto to do periodic session work.

Today Gabor concentrates on managing Backline Plus and is the VP of Integration at Metalworks Production Group. But he still makes time to follow his passion for playing music.

Neil Numminen – Bass

Neil has been fully engaged in all aspects of the Entertainment Industry.

As a musician, Neil has been seen across North America in many venues from the smallest to some of the largest, performing an eclectic mix of music styles, sharing the stage with a veritable who’s who of Canadian and North American musical talent. 

Neil has been active as a session player, with the Electric bass as his main instrument, with a truly eclectic mastering of varied styles. Neil has appeared on many CD releases over the years.  

Neil has worked with The Good Brothers, John Allen Cameron, Sylvia Tyson, Lance Anderson, Cameo Blues Band, Jack De Keyser, Jerome Godboo, Chuck Jackson,  
Danny B, Rita Chiarelli, Dylan Wickens, Tony Springer ( Wild T and the Spirit), George Olliver, and many others.

Dalton Music has been Neil’s main base of operations all these years , a sound reinforcement, installation and contracting business.

Through this business, Neil has worked with many of the legends of Canadian music, including Natalie McMaster, Arrogant Worms, Willie P. Bennet, Valdi, Leahy, The Barra MacNeils, Sylvia Tyson, PFM, Bill Frisell, Ian Thomas, Prairie Oyster, Michael Burgess, Garnet Rogers, Buddy Wasisname, Jimmy Flynn, Doug and the Slugs, Men of the Deeps as well as Pierre Berton, Jeff Healey and his Jazz wizards among countless others.

Neil’s primary musical passion has always been recording.

Dave Breckels – Drums

Dave Breckels has been playing drums since the age of 14. Turning professional at 17 years old and touring North America w top Canadian recording bands like Shooter, Brutus and Justin Paige  thru-out the 70s and 80′. Dave was the house drummer on several TV shows sharing the stage and opening for such talents as Ray Charles, Platters, Natalie Cole , Mickey Dolenz,  Rik Emmet, Sha-Na-na, Del Shanon to name just a few! Dave is a two-time Juno nominee and Gold record recipient w his past bands and is thrilled to be playing, recording, teaching and sharing his love of drums and music every day!

Nov
23
Fri
Coming Of Age
Nov 23 @ 8:00 pm

COMING OF AGE is Collingwood’s best classic rock band.

Coming of Age is a group of musicians with over 30 years of experience in playing venues throughout Canada. With a set list covering Classic Rock, New Rock, Funk and Pop, Coming of Age performs songs to engage audiences of various ages and musical tastes.

Led by the powerhouse vocals of Ted Wright, Coming of Age features the lead guitar prowess of Darren Whalen, the outstanding harmony vocals and rhythm guitar work of John Gabriele, and the thunderous and solid backbeat provided by bassist Ron Pretli and drummer Rich Sherkin.

Sharing a love and respect for Rock music, Coming of Age features a set list of well-loved but not over-played rock and roll. You’ll hear many classics, old and new, but you will also be surprised by songs that you haven’t heard in a long time. Coming of Age’s set list includes songs by Deep Purple, Foreigner, Foo Fighters, Green Day, Billy Idol, The Cult, Bruno Mars, Tragically Hip, the Talking Heads, and many more songs guaranteed to get people up and on their feet.

Nov
24
Sat
Bad Luck Woman & Her Misfortunes
Nov 24 @ 9:00 pm

Bad Luck Woman & Her Misfortunes are a Toronto based Blues/R&B band, reviving some obscure and forgotten tunes by sassy ladies of the 50’s and 60’s, such as Big Maybelle, Little Sylvia, Dolly Cooper, Carmen Taylor, and Ella Johnson, as well keeping alive classics by icons like Ray Charles, Etta James, Muddy Waters, and Jimmy Rogers. Their dynamic stage presence and ruthless energy keeps the audiences dancing all night. The band was formed in 2015 by front-woman, lead vocalist and bass player Raha Javanfar. In its current formation, she is backed by lead guitarist Fraser Melvin, saxophonist Andrew Moljgun, and drummer Jonathan Hyde.

Nov
29
Thu
The Crew featuring Johnny Wright
Nov 29 @ 7:30 pm
The Crew featuring Johnny Wright @ Harbour Street Fish Bar

Featuring…

High-energy soul music from one of Toronto’s long-standing icons of R&B:

Johnny Wright – Vocals

Singer Johnny Wright is a well-known veteran of the Toronto R & B scene, with a flourishing career as a soul singer­. In addition to his ­­studio work with various artists, he has worked live with a number of bands including The Mystics, the Cameo Blues Band, The Majestics, Atlantis, The Bittersweet Blues Band, and most recently, Hotline, featuring Michael Fonfara and several other of Toronto’s most gifted and experienced musicians. Their music has received rave reviews in club scene publications and they were invited to perform in the Toronto Soul & Blues Festival.

“Singer Johnny Wright burns bright with an honest intensity”
– Wilder Penfield III, Toronto Sun

“Johnny Wright proves there is a sweeter side to soul”
– Mark Miller, Globe & Mail

The Crew All-Star Band

Check out the amazing bios for this line up of top-notch musicians:

Danny Weis – Guitar

Raised in San Diego, California, where he was taught guitar by his father Johnny Weis, a well-known country jazz guitarist who performed with many Grand Ole Opry stars including Johnny Cash and Tex Ritter. At their home, legendary jazz guitar great Barney Kessel was frequently found jamming and trading guitar licks in the living room with Danny and his dad. These early influences formed the foundation of Danny’s strong sense of melody, bluesy lines, and the unique funky rhythmic style that define his trademark guitar sound.

At 18 Danny co-founded Iron Butterfly and performed at famous Sunset Strip clubs like The Whiskey Au Go Go and The Troubadour. He caught the eye of Elektra Records producer Paul Rothchild who presented Danny with an offer to join super group, Rhinoceros. He accepted and went on to record three albums with the group and co-wrote their instrumental hit Apricot Brandy. Danny has shared the stage with musical legends Janis Joplin, Stevie Wonder, Sly Stone, The Doors, Buffalo Springfield, David Crosby, Ray Charles, The Bee Gees, The Who, Alice Cooper, Blood Sweat and Tears and Jimi Hendrix. He as toured and recorded with The Everly Brothers, Burton Cummings, The Rascals, Lou Reed, Melissa Manchester and others.

In 1979 he was musical director and performed in the movie The Rose, starring Bette Midler, for which he received gold and platinum American Music Awards. In 2005, Marshmellow Records recorded and released Danny’s first solo project Sweet Spot which features an exciting mix of smooth jazz, funk and R & B originals.

Now living in the Georgian Bay area, Danny is kept busy in his studio writing, arranging and recording his own projects as well as recording and performing with other Canadian, US and International artists.

For additional info, please see his website at dannyweis.com

Gabor Szepesi – Keyboard

Gabor went on the road, after graduation to pursue a career in music. Touring for years with bands like Bloodstone, Mango, Justin Paige, Grant Smith, Lenny Solomon, Charity Brown, Janet Harper, The Ryan Brothers, Laurie Schedler, Atlantis, Better Late, Ultrasound and Sweet Blindness.

In the 70’s and 80’s Gabor did many recording sessions at Toronto’s premiere recording studios as well as “live to air” television music series productions on CHCH and CTV.

In the mid 80’s he decided to follow another passion and created a very successful audio production company, PA+ Productions Inc.

PA+ had house rigs in the most prestigious live music venues in the city. These included The Jarvis House, Lee’s Palace, The Diamond Club, Rock’Roll Heaven, RPM, The Government, and on and on.

In the early 90’s PA+ was awarded the status of “preferred supplier” to some or Toronto’s most prestigious live performance venues. These included: Massey Hall, Roy Thomson Hall, The Sony Centre and The Harbourfront Centre.

Our services division also established itself as a player in world class theatre production. In 1992 we launched the world premiere of the Live Entertainment production of “Kiss of the Spider Woman”, a theatre production that toured the world after the Toronto launch.

PA+ also had a very successful integration division that was very respected by the leading consultants. It did projects that encompassed an enormous scope. Some of our installations include: Fallsview Casino, Lakehead University, University of Windsor, Massey Hall, Roy Thompson Hall, Bruce Power, Legislative Assembly of Beijing, Copps Coliseum, Halifax Legislature, Molson Barrie Arena, Celebration Square, and on and on.

Gabor sold PA+ in 2014 and still runs a local tour support company, Backline Plus Inc. BL+ is a world class supplier of professional musical instrument rentals and still services all of the preferred supplier contracts that were serviced by PA+.

Gabor moved to Wasaga Beach in 2016 and is playing every week at local bars. He is actively playing with Wayne Buttery and the Groove Project, Lisa Hutchinson, Dean McTaggart, The Collective, and Mike Roberts, as well as traveling to Toronto to do periodic session work.

Today Gabor concentrates on managing Backline Plus and is the VP of Integration at Metalworks Production Group. But he still makes time to follow his passion for playing music.

Neil Numminen – Bass

Neil has been fully engaged in all aspects of the Entertainment Industry.

As a musician, Neil has been seen across North America in many venues from the smallest to some of the largest, performing an eclectic mix of music styles, sharing the stage with a veritable who’s who of Canadian and North American musical talent. 

Neil has been active as a session player, with the Electric bass as his main instrument, with a truly eclectic mastering of varied styles. Neil has appeared on many CD releases over the years.  

Neil has worked with The Good Brothers, John Allen Cameron, Sylvia Tyson, Lance Anderson, Cameo Blues Band, Jack De Keyser, Jerome Godboo, Chuck Jackson,  
Danny B, Rita Chiarelli, Dylan Wickens, Tony Springer ( Wild T and the Spirit), George Olliver, and many others.

Dalton Music has been Neil’s main base of operations all these years , a sound reinforcement, installation and contracting business.

Through this business, Neil has worked with many of the legends of Canadian music, including Natalie McMaster, Arrogant Worms, Willie P. Bennet, Valdi, Leahy, The Barra MacNeils, Sylvia Tyson, PFM, Bill Frisell, Ian Thomas, Prairie Oyster, Michael Burgess, Garnet Rogers, Buddy Wasisname, Jimmy Flynn, Doug and the Slugs, Men of the Deeps as well as Pierre Berton, Jeff Healey and his Jazz wizards among countless others.

Neil’s primary musical passion has always been recording.

Dave Breckels – Drums

Dave Breckels has been playing drums since the age of 14. Turning professional at 17 years old and touring North America w top Canadian recording bands like Shooter, Brutus and Justin Paige  thru-out the 70s and 80′. Dave was the house drummer on several TV shows sharing the stage and opening for such talents as Ray Charles, Platters, Natalie Cole , Mickey Dolenz,  Rik Emmet, Sha-Na-na, Del Shanon to name just a few! Dave is a two-time Juno nominee and Gold record recipient w his past bands and is thrilled to be playing, recording, teaching and sharing his love of drums and music every day!

Nov
30
Fri
Not Ottawa Band
Nov 30 @ 8:00 pm

Not Ottawa is comprised of six musicians from the small town of Nottawa located just south of Collingwood on beautiful Georgian Bay.  We’re all experienced in life, and we have life long experience in music.    We got together by chance in 2012 and had our first performance at the Collingwood Battle of the Bands where we placed second.  After that, the gig offers came rolling in and we have been busy playing at area clubs, events and fundraisers ever since.

Not Ottawa is………………

Lance Wright – Drums
Ron Lombard – Bass
Ted Pollock – Harmonica, Sax
Dave Morin – Sax, Keyboards, Percussion
Ian Whitton – Guitar, Vocals
Geoff Davies – Guitar, Vocals

Our music is rooted in blues, rock and swing. We have developed a repertoire of 60 cover tunes and tailor our show selections according to the events we play.  We also mix in a few originals……”Blue for You”, “Small Town Simple”, “Copper Kettle Shuffle” and “The Money’s All Gone”.  Check out the Music tab of the site for recordings.

When we play, we play with energy and have fun……..and that energy is shared by those we are lucky enough to play for!!!