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Tony Kaye plays laid back blues

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Calgary electric blues trio featuring Tony Kaye, drummer Holly Magnus and bassist  Viktor Szuroczki entertained an intimate audience with their laid back take on blues classics and originals, Nov.  20 at the Slice.Calgary bluesman Tony Kaye and his trio played for anintimate audience, Nov. 20 Photo by Richard Amery
 They began their show with a long instrumental and continued with a laid back version of Cross Roads blues.

They  also played  a  few songs from their CD “Boredom is the Devil’s Tool” beginning with “ Break of Day,” which they followed up with a BB King cover and an excellent  cover of John Lee Hooker’s  “Dimples“ for which they picked up the tempo. A song, i think was called “Big City” was a highlight as was an extended jam on the set ending “Good to See You Smile.”

 Kaye played some tasteful leads on his Stratocaster, while Szuroczki and Magnus were locked into the groove.

—By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 26 November 2014 12:43 )  
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