Re-rockin’ the 902: One of my big finds from Celtic Colours

Dry Bones. I saw them play a small venue last Saturday and they brought down the house.

All four pursue solo projects and/or play in other bands as well. The deeper-voiced guitarist is Nathan Rogers. His father was folksinger Stan Rogers, legendary in Nova Scotia. More on Nathan in a future post.

They are going to be big. Remember where you heard them first. You’re welcome.

(PS: These clips are from previous appearances, not Celtic Colours.)

One Comment on “Re-rockin’ the 902: One of my big finds from Celtic Colours”

  1. […] Driving A Car: “Movin’ On” by The Rankin Family Learning A Lesson: “All The Things To Do When She Says No” by Eytan Mirsky Deep Thought: “I Will Follow You Into The Dark” by Death Cab For Cutie Flashback: “My Back Pages” by The Byrds Partying: “Eagle Rock” by Daddy Cool Happy Dance: “Banana Chips” by Shonen Knife Getting Shitfaced: “I Got Stoned And I Missed It” by Shel Silverstein Regretfulness: “Sad Sound Of The Wind” by Jules Shear Hitting Bottom: “Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues” by Bob Dylan Long Night Alone: “Hold On Hope” by Guided By Voices Death: “The Angels Wanna Wear My Red Shoes” by Elvis Costello Closing Credits: “All The Way Home” by Dry Bones […]

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