The Sheepdogs are a Canadian Southern rock, psychedelia and blues band, consisting of Ewan Currie (vocals, guitar), Ryan Gullen (bass), and Sam Corbett (drums). Currie’s brother Shamus Currie has toured with the band since 2012, playing trombone, keyboards and tambourine. Original guitarists Leot Hanson left the band in July 2014, after opening up the Capitol Music Club, a bar and music venue, in Saskatoon and Rusty Matyas stepped into his place.
The band has three self-released albums: ‘Trying to Grow’ in 2006, ’The Sheepdogs’ Big Stand', in 2008, and ‘Learn & Burn’ in 2010. Then, in 2011, they appeared on the cover of Rolling Stone, after winning a competition, and were the first unsigned band to ever do so, and released their self-titled fourth album in 2012, which was produced by The Black Keys’ Patrick Carney, and released on Atlantic Records. In October 2015 the band released their fifth album, ‘Future Nostalgia’ on Dine Alone Records and their sixth album, 'Changing Colours', in 2018.
The Sheepdogs have lined up UK and European shows for the autumn. Catch them live by checking out the tour dates and ticket information below on Stereoboard.
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Wed 31st Oct 2018
It’s virtually impossible to do anything completely new in the realm of rock'n'roll, especially when some of the greatest acts of all time have already pioneered, innovated and explored the genre to its very limits and beyond. Does that mean like-minded young bands should just lazily imitate their predecessors or even give up? Hell, no. They need to follow the example set by the Sheepdogs, write the best songs possible and spice them up with as many stylistic and instrumental flavours as their talents will allow.