Is it FOLK with a hint of ROCK? Or ROCK with a hint of FOLK?
- Sat, Jun 02SILENCEJun 02, 2018, 7:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.SILENCE, 16 Essex St, Guelph, ON N1H 3K8, Canada
Fill the SILENCE!
Saturday June 2nd, at SILENCE in downtown Guelph, Don Sawchuk, Brock Holborn and Dan Pharoah will be taking the stage to take you on a musical ride into the night! Three different artists and their musical creations!
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Get DRUNK PUPPY using my music player over to the right!
DRUNK PUPPY is an upbeat Rock'in album when compared to LUCKY DAD.
You can also get LUCKY DAD by clicking the MUSIC tab at the top of this page.
I am so happy to make my music available to the public!
I have been very fortunate to have some great musicians from around the world contribute to both Lucky Dad and Drunk Puppy. Here are a list if contributors.
David Keeble co-wrote The Man I See
Marty Collier playing guitar on : Lucky Dad, Move On (Sgt. Melancholy)
Peter F. Light playing guitar on: Crazy Love Song
Josh Miller playing lead guitar on : It's Time, Drunk Puppy (heavy), World Of Lies
Dave Sage : Drunk Puppy (Acoustic)
Kristy Pharoah on backing vocals : Drunk Puppy (both versions), Man Without A Song
Theoren Smit on gang vocals : Drunk Puppy (both versions)
Joey Six - lead guitar : Fly
Ken Ferretti on piano strings and sax : To Believe
Richard Denney on lead acoustic guitar : Good Guys
Mauro Clerici on resonator guitar : Sweet Earlene
Please call 519-546-5003 to book and event!
Great Music! Great People! Great Community!
Picture courtesy of Paul White
PLAYING WITH FRIENDS
As well as performing his own music on stage, Dan has had the privilege of playing with many great musicians at live events and open mics, honing his chops on cajon and drums. Dan has accompanied the likes of The Hazy Maidens, Don Sawchuck, Peter Light, Marty Collier Kent MacMillan and Peter Boyer (Same Latitude As Rome) at gigs in around the Guelph area playing at venues such as The ARK Coffee House, The Elora Acoustic Cafe, The Metcalfe, The ANAF, Woolwhich Arrow Pub and the Free Times Cafe, C'est What?, Cadillac Lounge in Toronto.