Downchild Blues Band

The Downchild Blues Band is a Canadian blues band, described by one reviewer as "the premier blues band in Canada". The band is still commonly known as the Downchild Blues Band, though the actual band name was shortened to "Downchild" as of the early 1980s.

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Jane Vasey - Biography
... Prior to joining the Downchild Blues Band, Vasey earned a Master's degree in Music from the University of Manitoba ... One of the first blues artists she heard was Otis Spann one of her first recordings with the Downchild Blues Band was Otis Spann's "Must Have Been The Devil" ... Vasey played on all of the singles released by the band ...
Winners By Year - The 9th Annual Maple Blues Awards (2005)
... The 9th Annual Maple Blues Awards Category Winner Entertainer of the Year Downchild Blues Band Acoustic Act of the Year Harry Manx Electric Act of the Year Downchild Blues Band Male Vocalist of the Year ... Player of the Year Carlos del Junco Piano/Keyboard Player of the Year Kenny "Blues Boss" Wayne Horn Player of the Year Chris Whiteley Drummer of the Year Mike Fitzpatrick Bass Player of the Year Gary Kendall ...
Downchild Blues Band - Discography - Albums
... So Far (Posterity) 1979 We Deliver (Attic) 1980 Bootleg (RCA) also later re-issue by Downchild Music 1980 Road Fever (Attic) 1980 Double Header (Attic ...

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