He started with a house gig playing guitar and singing in a non-interruptive duo in ’80 opening up for comics at a comedy supper club in downtown Edmonton. Jesters presented many international acts from Phyllis Diller to Gary Muledeer, Harry Anderson and a young Andrew ""Dice"" Clay. That New Year’s Eve, his partner chickened out of an opening slot for the“Bad Habits blues band, but the show had to go on and it did. Now he was a solo act. Within a year of single gigs around town, he answered an ad in the newspaper"" Rock band looking for singer must be able to travel Harpdog spent 4 weeks with the band before giving his notice, he was ready to go out and build his own blues band. ""Yesterdays Paper ""was his first blues band. He took ‘em on the road and started his life long journey spreadin’ the blues like its news where ever he goes. From Alaska to Frisco and the Canadian West coast to the Capitol, he’s been there singing and playin’ the hell out of his harp. His official recordings: ""Beware of Dog"" ""Home is Where the Harp Is"" has received great reviews and acclaim and still stands the test of time. Harpdog's latest recording: Once in a Howlin' Moon, recorded in Red Deer,Alberta.
Home is Where the Harp is
We call this a flat tire shuffle
This is a groove tune that stays on the root
7/24/2009 11:57:02 AM
Some great blues on this page!
1/20/2009 8:11:51 AM
wow i just love ur groove on rockin fool.........the guitar and harp are magic.... blues to groove to.... keep truckin..... wish u peace and love....
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