Gary Tate

Gary Tate

Ronnie Earl is the recipient of more accolades and awards than practically another blues artist extant. This unique artist and guitarist supreme always delivers the good…
David Wilcox is a rockin’ blues legend in Canada with over 30 years of proverbial dues paying under his belt. By the 80s, he was playing hundreds of gigs a year and bega…
The Gift is a perfect title for this tribute in homage to the vast musical riches bestowed by cowboy poet/western troubadour Ian Tyson. A Canadian folk hero, Mr…
High Country Blues is the second glorious release by Harrison "Sweet Taste" Kennedy that's come to my attention within the last year. After hearing Voice St…
Each of this band’s first three releases has had a specific theme. Their first one featured Jump Blues; Rhythm and Soul was a gathering of covers by lesser know…
Mem Shannon is a triple-threat. He summons up the spirit of New Orleans like few others, mainly because his funky grooves are saturated with lessons supremely learned fr…
Revue: The Best Of Paul Reddick is an overview of a period of intense creativity by Paul Reddick that garned his acknowledgement as one the preeminent contempor…
Mason Casey hails from upstate New York and is now resides in Holland. Back in the 90s, he worked at several NYC clubs and drew the attention of Popa Chubby, who seldom …
It would take an entire separate page to list out the awards conferred upon Jack De Keyzer. He’s deserved every single one of them, but his latest release Blues Thin…
Canada’s pre-eminent Roots, Folk, Country, and Blues label just celebrated its 30th anniversary and marked the festive occasion with a comprehensive retrospective via a …
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