5202 50th St Stony Plain, AB T7Z 1T6
Phone: (780) 591-1902
Tickets: $25.00 in advance, $30.00 at the door
($2.49 e-ticket fee)
Harpdog Brown is a gifted singer and an imaginative harmonica player that has been a strong force in Canada's Blues scene since 1982.Born in Edmonton, Alberta and based in Vancouver, British Columbia, he's crossed tens of thousands of miles playing club dates and festivals in Canada, North Western ... Read more
18+ No Minors // General Admission // Doors at 6:00 pm // Show at 8:00 pm // No Refunds or Exchanges
Moonshiners is honored to give you Harpdog Brown and the Travelin' Blues Show! Just before he is being inducted into the Edmonton Blues Hall of Fame... Come and see one of Canada's greatest Blues artist in the flesh...
"Harpdog is a great blues man. He is in total command onstage – and enjoying every minute." - Holger Petersen, Blues Programmer CKUA and CBC Radio. "Brown is an excellent singer and band leader who reminds me a lot of the late Hock Walsh and he has put together a program that you can often hear in clubs but seldom so well player and. . . heavy on blues feeling" - John Valenteyn, President Toronto Blues Society "Isn't it nice to know that all the "fast food / flavor of the week" blues artists are easily dispensed with when compared with the REAL THING. I mean the bona fide, totally authentic purveyor of heart and soul, down-in-the-alley blues. And, believe you me, Harpdog Brown and the Bloodhounds are purveyors with pedigree." - Andy "Blues Boy" Grigg, Chief Editor Blues Review Magazine "They play the blues naturally and without gimmicks or pretension, and when you combine that with their talent, it places them at the top of their trade... You won't find a better blues band in Canada." - West Coast Entertainment Magazine "These bluesmen are just too good to be missed." - Blues Notes, Portland "These guys play with passion, emotion and honesty, and instead of overwhelming their audience with technical genius, they keep it simple except when the time is right for going to town. That's the essence of Blues" - Missoula Independent, Montana