SBS Turns 10 Years! and to celebrate both their anniversary and 2020 BON SOO they are bringing a multiple award-winning Canadian bluesman and his band to Sault Ste. Marie!
JACK deKEYZER BAND
Thursday Feb. 6th 2020
The Machine Shop
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
Music starts at 7:00 p.m.
Jack has won 2 JUNO awards and 7 Maple Blues Awards during his career. He is also nominated for 2 Maple Blues Awards in February 2020 and his sax player Richard Thornton is also nominated for a Maple Blues Award in 2020. Jack DeKeyzer’s four piece band includes award winning sax man Richard Thornton, award winning bass player Al Duffy and Joey Di Marco on the skins playing solid grooves with precision for Jack.
This is a star-studded lineup not to be missed!!
Opening the evening’s festivities will be local favourite Zaks Allstars Band!
$25.00 General Admission
Tickets available at our supporting outlets
♦ Case Music
♦ Northland Music (Long & McQuades locations)
♦ Rockin” Vinyl Records
♦ Stones Office Supply
♦ Thomas Walls Music
♦ Machine Shop Box Office
For 46 years or roughly a couple million miles , bluesman, guitarist, singer, song writer, Jack de Keyzer has been hitting the road, rail and air to bring his brand of guitar driven blues across Canada and around the globe.
With 11 records, 1 DVD , 2 Junos and 7 Maple Blues Awards under his belt, de Keyzer delivers the goods wherever, whenever he performs. Playing over 100 shows a year, de Keyzer’s music is steeped in the Chicago blues, with a broad range of influences ranging from Detroit’s Motown, Muscle Shoals deep soul, Memphis’ rock and roll, Philadelphia’s funky soul jazz and London, England’s (where de Keyzer hails from) blues rock. De Keyzer knows first hand as he has played with many first generation pioneers of these sounds and styles. (Bo Diddley, Otis Rush, Etta James, King Biscuit Boy and Ronnie Hawkins to name a few). His latest recording (Juno Nominated -Blues Album of the Year 2019)
“The finest blues guitarist in Canada” Jeff Healey
“If Jack de Keyzer was from Chicago, New York or LA, he’d be famous” Bob Dylan
“Electric Love…a rock blues album with nods to guitar influences Clapton, Hendrix and Page… a disc of excellent new songs by a bluesman who should be considered their equal.”
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