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Vancouver Island’s… ‘BLUE TATTOO’ Blues Band… serves up original rockin’ blues…come get your ‘Mojo Workin’!...These veteran bluesmen play exciting blues concerts all over VI…this show will get your dancers movin’ and on your feet… Hear harmonica bluesman Kev ‘Klamp’ Delaney… guitar and slide master Mark ‘Mac' Galloway…powerful 4 string & fretless bass from Mike ‘Mighty' Quinn…Dan ‘Danger’ Beveridge on keys… with Don ’Down-n-Out' Restall on drums...Hear the ‘Blues’ like you’ve never heard ‘em before…Save
Sounds Like: Harpdog Brown, Hollywood Slim, Lil' Voodoo, Bacon Fat, Jimmy Vaughn
Label: Mighty Speck Records - Indie
Manager: Stuart Simpson 250-722-3224
Bio: 1- 'Klamp "Tex" Pontoon'~ was part of the Calgary blues scene...until moving to Nanoose Bay on V I...Kev adds th' blues with his raspy vocals…songwriting…and fine "harp' playin'...Klamp played with Mac in ‘Felony’ blues band a V I blues band… Klamp, Mac and Gerry Bird all former blues band membe...See Full Bio
“Since moving to Vancouver Island, we've noticed the abundance of blues players around here. There are a number of professional bands that go around the island playing at events, bars and basically every kind of event you can think of! The Blue Tattoo band plays some mean blues tunes all around the island. After reading a bio from each band member this band has a ton of experience under their belt so it makes sense on why their tunes are so polished already. Playing both cover tunes and originals these guys are sure to get your groove moving and your hips shaking! It puts a smile on my face seeing a keyboard player in the mix as well. Too many times I just see a four piece blues band around town but it adds such a new dynamic to have a keyboard. The vocals have a great amount of grit to them and some great dynamics. Some great guitar work as well as classic bass lines all tied together with real laid back drums create the sound of this versatile band.”