uy a ticket for $15 and feel really good about it. Your ticket gets you into the Christmas BOW at the Blues on Whyte on Sunday Dec 11 from 2 pm til midnight. Featuring: Hot Cottage, The Raults, Big Hank and A Fist Full of Blues, Peter Turland, Dave Babcock, Rotten Dan, Always Often, 40 Below, Big Daddy and the Blueshounds, Marshall Lawrence, Kyler Schogen Band, Graham Guest, The Grey Cats Blues Band and more... Best part is... all the proceeds go directly to the Edmonton Food Bank. Bring a non perishable food item with you to help those who need it most at this time of year. We would like to thank CKUA, The Edmonton Food Bank, Southside College Copy and All the Volunteers and Musicians who are giving their time and services for free for this worthy cause. Tickets are available at the Blues on Whyte. Keep it Live
This Saturday, Big Daddy and the Blueshounds will be bringing their blend of rock and blues to LB's Pub in St. Albert. The band features 'Big Daddy' Randy Forsberg on bass guitar, 'The Tone Master' Shaun Cooney on guitar, Gerry Pearson on harmonica, St. Albert legend Mark Ammar on drums and Jim Dyck on vocals and guitar. and Larry Kehl on Keys
Big Daddy and the Blues Hounds Live @ EBS one night only Jim Dyck, Shaun Cooney, Randy Forsberg, Mark Ammar, Larry Kehl and Gerry Pearson
Big Daddy and the Blues Hounds for a Extremely rocking Bluesy night Featuring Jim Dyck, Gerry Pearson, Shaun Cooney, Randy Forsberg Mark Ammar and Larry Kewl
Big Daddy and the Blueshounds
Sounds Like: The Paul Butterfield Blues Band, John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers, Charlie Musselwhite, Sonny Boy Williamson, George "Harmonica" Smith
Like Live Blues? give us a Thumbs up on the Like Icon it shows your love! all Downloads are Free!
Suzuki Harmonicas available @ Innovations in St Albert the only Authorized dealer in the Edmonton Area. Hats from Chapel Hats @ West Edmonton Mall
Songs marked with * are new or updated.
My name is ...See Full Bio
“ “ Everybody has to listen and respond, and that takes experience.” “We’re solid. We’re like five pieces of a jigsaw puzzle that got plugged into together and they fit.” “We all hit it off because our musical styles are similar. Most blues bands play the traditional Chicago blues that originated from gospel. The Blueshounds sound more like the British blues of the ’60s. It’s more of a rock ’n’ roll blues than the traditional blues.” Dyck goes on to expand on the different musical styles. “Bands like the Rolling Stones heard the traditional blues and gave it their own twist and it caught on. It was picked up by John Mayall, Eric Clapton, the Animals, the Yardbirds and a bunch of others.” ”