Harpdog Brown will play Studio Live Nov. 12

Harpdog returns to Cumberland

Studio Live, Thursday, Nov. 12

Canadian harmonica legend and blues singer Harpdog Brown (Maple Blues Award winner) and international winner of the Muddy Award for best NW blues release of the year will be coming to grace the stage at Studio Live in Cumberland, Thursday, Nov. 12.

With more than 35 years of bad road under his belt and thousands of shows, seven albums, and a faithful group of fans that keeps growing show after show, Harpdog is no stranger  to blues fans and music lovers.

This latest combo (The Travelin’ Blues Show) lays down the early electric blues of Chicago, using vintage equipment from the same era the music was born to. Harpdog’s shows are often described as a mix of real-deal blues and deep soul-felt message of life.

With guitarist Jordan Edmonds and upright bassist Patrick Darcus this is one of the most authentic traditional blues acts around.

The show kicks off at 7:30 p.m.; doors open at 7. Advance tickets are $20 available at Bop City Records, Courtenay, Blue Heron Books, Comox and Riders Pizza, Cumberland.

Tickets at the door, $25. Studio Live is located at 2679 Beaufort Ave. at First Ave., Cumberland.

Visit us on Facebook: facebook.com/studiolivecumberland

 

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