Posts Tagged ‘The Sheepdogs’

The Sheepdogs: Changing Colours Review

The Sheepdogs’ new album Changing Colours, out now on Dine Alone Records (U.S.) and Warner Music (Canada), makes the 1970s rock scene sound like it’s alive and well–basically, it’s the Sheepdogs doing what they do best. More than two years have passed since the Sheepdogs released their last album Future Nostalgia, and more than six […]

Album Releases: February 2018

February’s Album Releases video features new albums from Dan Patlansky, The Temperance Movement, The Sheepdogs, Danielle Nicole, and The Bad Flowers.

The Sheepdogs to release “Changing Colours”

THE SHEEPDOGS–the Canadian-based five-piece guitar-driven rock band–are gearing up for the Friday, February 2 digital release of CHANGING COLOURS, their sixth full-length album, via Dine Alone Records (in the U.S.), and Warner Music (in Canada), with the physical release coming in late February (exact date TBA).The four-time JUNO Award-winninggroup, who graced the cover of Rolling Stone in 2011 when they made history as the first […]

Artists Similar To The Black Crowes

The Black Crowes were one of the most successful blues rock bands of the past 25 years. If you’re a Black Crowes fan, here are some similar artists worth checking out.

The Sheepdogs release “I’m Gonna Be Myself” video

The Sheepdogs have released a music video for “I’m Gonna Be Myself. The track is featured on the band’s latest album, Future Nostalgia, which was voted #5 on Blues Rock Review’s Top 20 Albums of 2015.

Top 20 Albums of 2015

Another year of blues rock is in the books. Once again, the staff at Blues Rock Review voted for the year’s best albums in our 5th annual list. Here are the top 20 blues rock albums of 2015.

The Sheepdogs release “I’m Gonna Be Myself” lyric video

The Sheepdogs have released a lyric video for “I’m Gonna Be Myself” from the group’s latest album, Future Nostalgia.

The Sheepdogs: Future Nostalgia Review

Let’s step into Mr. Peabody’s Wayback Machine for Future Nostalgia the latest from Saskatoon’s The Sheepdogs. We will set the dial for the late 1960s to early ’70s and just cruise, while The Sheepdogs straddle the difficult line between nostalgia and being original.

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