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“I first experienced Blind Dog Gatewood a few years back at a multi-artist gig in Louisville, KY. By my reckoning, he stole the show. No one was expecting this mild-mannered guy to explode when he hit the stage...but he did. Exploded a delta-blues fury of strings, harmonica, and vocals that left the crowd stunned and amazed.”
“Steve Morin & The Hi... Fabulous tunes Blind Dog! Well written, superbly performed! Musicianship is flawless! Some very tasty Dobro on High Water! A must listen! God bless”
“If you live in tri-state, you’re a blues fan, and you don’t know Ryan Rigdon and Blind-Dog Gatewood …. well you must be living under a rock. But have no fear! You’ll have your chance to see them live at this year’s Festival.”
“Hoochie Coochie Man - "Blind-Dog" Gatewood”
"The festival reminded me of home."
"Blind-Dog" The Walking Blues
“Another Detroit native, Michael "Blind Dog" Gatewood entranced the crowd with a variety of instruments including six-string banjo, a six string round neck dobro, a two string cigar box back porch diddley stick slide resonator guitar (designed and built by Blind Dog), hand held and neck held harmonicas, foot operated tambourine, shakers and tromp bass. Whew! You think he was busy? ”
“And what a party it was! Michael "Blind Dog" Gatewood started the bash playing his Gibson chromed Dobro, harp, and tambourine on a tramp like he did when he won the KBS Unsigned Blues Talent Competition last August.”