Harpdog trio and harmonica at Bozzini’s Saturday

Harpdog Brown will be debuting his trio at Bozzini's in Chilliwack this weekend. One show only, Saturday, Nov. 7.

Harpdog Brown will be debuting his trio at Bozzini's Saturday

On the heels of two sold out David Gogo performances this fall, Bozzini’s is presenting its second ‘Low dough Pop Up Show’ in the Upstairs Lounge Saturday, Nov. 7.

Harpdog Brown Trio is featuring Dave Webb on piano and Pat Darcus on the upright bass.

Harpdog is a gifted singer and imaginative harmonica player who has been shaking up the Canadian Blues scene since 1982.

He was awarded Harmonica Player of the Year for 2014 and was nominated again in 2015 by the Maple Blues Awards.

In 2014 he released “What It Is” consisting mainly new originals and a few classic covers you don’t get from your average blues band. This album also took Harmonica player of the year from The Toronto Maple Blues awards, as well as landing in at #32 in the top 100 blues albums in the world, 2014.

For his Chilliwack gig Harpdog Brown will be debuting his trio at Bozzini’s. One show only, Saturday, Nov.  7. Doors 8 p.m. and show 9 p.m. Tickets $ 15.  604 792 0744 to reserve.

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