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David Gogo: Embracing The Wankage Factor

David Gogo: Embracing The Wankage Factor
By Keith Sharp Nanaimo B.C bluesman David Gogo calls it “embracing the wankage factor”, allowing his guitar solos to rip which is something he feels he achieved on his latest recording `Vicksburg Call, his 14th record in a career that stretches back to the early Nineties. “It was a self-conscious thing that I would hold back on my solos when... Read More

NASH-MacINNES

NASH-MacINNES
  Long Live The Blues Any Canadian Blues aficionado worth his/her salt knows the story of Edmonton’s Hot Cottage who in the early 1970’s, aided by Stoney Plain Records’ president, Holger Petersen, hooked-up with legendary blues artist Big Walter Hortonwhat became a landmark recording session for teenage vocalist Nancy Nash. At Horton’s request, Nash sang “Hound Dog”, jammed on “Worried... Read More

DOWNCHILD: Can You Hear The Music?

DOWNCHILD: Can You Hear The Music?
Yes that is the unmistakable Sam The Record Man `spinning wheels’ logo depicted on the CD cover of Downchild’s new record release titled “Can You Hear The Music” (Linus Entertainment). Yet rather than just serving as an attention-getting design, there is a specific synergy between Sam `The Record Man’ Sniderman and the then formative Downchild Blues Band (now officially shortened... Read More

Last night Keith performed a tribute to some of the great artists that we lost in 2016. Watch it below:

Posted by Keith Urban on Sunday, January 1, 2017