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Canada’s Bluesland Horn Band is an eight-piece group in the classic tradition whose members have graced the stages of festivals and shows throughout North America. The band’s repertoire of originals and covers ranges through styles such as classic Memphis-style R&B, blues, and second line New Orleans grooves with a touch of gospel and country swing.

Blues fans may remember the band who toured through Western Canada from 1998 to 2004, releasing one album called 1st Street. The band was reformed in 2013 and released an album called Down In New Orleans which landed in the top 10 most-played blues album on Canadian radio for 2014. The album Radio Waves was released in 2016 and went to number one on the Canadian Blues Radio Network. The band has two pay-per-view tv specials to their credit and their fourth and fifth albums Let’s Go Dancing and Keep It In the Shadows were both top 10 Canadian radio staples in the roots/folk/blues genre. “

The Bluesland Horn Band has released their sixth album, aptly titled SIX. Featuring ten original and refreshing compositions, SIX is a soulful and bluesy listening experience from start to finish. Starting with “My Old Truck”, a swampy, sexy Louisiana-style love song, followed by “Creole Queen” a funky horn piece in celebration of New Orleans and their famous steam-boats. “Shuffle In the Attic” is a straight-up blues shuffle instrumental, while “Rock My Roll” is reminiscent of a steamy Rolling Stones vibe. The album went straight into the top 20 of the US and Canadian Blues and Roots charts spending an unprecedented four weeks at NUMBER 1 on the Canadian charts.

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