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Keith Woodrow brings a bit of the blues to the Slice

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Keith “Catfish” Woodrow is starting to put on blues shows in Lethbridge. He played an excellent show at the Slice, Friday, Jan. 11.Keith Woodrow lays down some blues licks at the Slice. Photo by Richard Amery
 He had a decent, receptive and patient audience in attendance who didn’t mind as he took his time tuning his many guitars.

 He and his tight band played an array of blues music including relative newcomers like Keb Mo to more classic blues tracks like “Hoochie Coochie Man,” John LeeHooker’s “Boom, Boom, Boom” which had a couple of couples dancing and slower blues like “Stormy Monday,” which had them listening.

He switched to a national steel guitar to break out some slide powered blues including “Walking Blues.” He talked a little about the history of the music and some of the major players he was playing.

 He also welcomed Calgary bluesman Harley Packer on stage to add guitar solos to  a couple of songs as well as to sing lead vocals on another.

— By Richard Amery, L.a. Beat Editor
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 23 January 2019 10:28 )  
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