Harpdog Brown

Canada's reigning Harmonica Player of the Year | Canadian Blues Band | Canadian Blues Singer

604.940.4888

whAT IT IS

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Harpdog Brown is one of Canada's most distinctive blues singers and harp masters.

He keeps it traditional, adding his own flair, energy and humour to great material,

presented with swinging phrasing and solid, deep playing.  

His best work yet!

-Holger Petersen - Stony Plain Records, CKUA, CBC Radio and SiriusXM-

 

Produced by Harpdog Brown and John R Hunter.  

Recorded by Dennis Ferbey, Oakstone Studios, January 15-17, 2014

Headin' Out recorded by Tim Watson, Tim Watson Studios

Mixed and Mastered by Rick Erickson

Photos by Brian Zahorodniuk, Monica von Stackelberg, Alec Lee and Darlene Lotina

  *Dedicated to the memory of Greg Kennedy

 

 

Home is Where the Harp Is

Live album recorded November 16, 1994

Nominated for the Canadian Juno Award for Best Blues Album  in 1995 and

Winner of The Muddy Award for Best Album in the North West by the Cascade Blues Association.

 

Once in a Howlin' Moon

Live album released March 17, 2002

This is one of Harpdog's previous albums that fans, new and old, still love.

It was recorded on Friday October 13th, 2001 under a full moon.

Live at The Vat in Red Deer, Alberta.

A night when there seemed to be a certain electricity in the air.

It was a night when musically it all came together in a vibe that is one of the most memorable of my career.

-Harpdog Brown-

Featuring on piano and vocals, the one and only Willie MacCalder, of Powder Blues fame. 

Willie is considered by many to be Canada's finest blues piano players.

 

 

Harpdog Brown  Contact: ThinkTank Music Marketing 5487 50 Ave  Delta  BC  V4K2A1  Call 604.940.4888


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This project is funded in part by FACTOR, the Government of Canada and Canada’s private radio broadcasters. Ce projet est financé en partie par FACTOR, le gouvernement du Canada et les radiodiffuseurs privés du Canada.

We acknowledge the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, which last year invested $153 million to bring the arts to Canadians throughout the country.  We would also like to acknowledge Creative BC and the Province of British Columbia through Music BC and BreakOut West for their generous support of our conference travel efforts.  We could not have accomplished our goals without this support.

 
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