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Blues-rock legend Kim Simmonds keeps Savoy Brown strong 50 years in

Kim Simmonds is sitting in his home in upstate New York watching the snow come down on Lake Ontario.

Soon, however, the legendary blues-rock guitarist who’s kept single-handedly kept alive British band Savoy Brown for the past half century, will hop on a plane and make his way to balmy Alberta (?) for a concert as part of the Calgary Midwinter Bluesfest. 892 more words

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5 Things about the Calgary Midwinter Bluesfest

Normally, this would be the time in the season where we would point to the Calgary Midwinter Bluesfest and quip something along the lines of “ready to heat things up” or “hot sounds to thaw you out.” 672 more words

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Concert Review - Savoy Brown

I quit my job
Ain’t got no money
Seems I have to leave this town

Tell Mama and all the folks back home
Sometimes a man just feels he’s got to make it alone… 592 more words

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Could Spark Up Nostalgia

Frampton Comes Alive 
Peter Frampton
Originally Released: 1976

More than a few decades back it seemed like every high school-aged white kid in America was issued the same five albums. 1,200 more words

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The Devil To Pay (CD) By Kim Simmonds And Savoy Brown

The Devil To Pay

Kim Simmonds and Savoy Brown

Ruf Records 2015

Review by David Bowling

The career of Savoy Brown reached the 50 year mark last year. 248 more words

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David Gogo's tenacity has kept him among the best of Canada's blues-rockers for three decades

David Gogo figures he’s now, officially, a 100 per cent, bonafide bluesman.

No, it’s not due to the fact that he’s celebrating the release of his 14th album, Vicksburg Call. 758 more words

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KIM SIMMONDS & SAVOY BROWN - The Devil To Pay

KIM SIMMONDS & SAVOY BROWN
The Devil To Pay
Label: Ruf Records
Released: September 18, 2015

1 Ain’t Got Nobody
2 Bad Weather Brewing
3 Grew up in the Blues… 32 more words

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