33 min

Episode 66: The Sheepdogs The James McMahon Music Podcast

    • Music Interviews

For almost twenty years now, The Sheepdogs, from Saskatchewan, Canada, have made some of the best classic, seventies fried rock ‘n' roll known to man, woman or beast – and their new album, their seventh, released in June and entitled Outta Sight, is as good a collection of songs as they’ve released to date.

This is another interview I conducted a few months back, when the weather was ridiculous – though I did remember to keep the windows to Spoook Towers closed this time. Who better to discuss the shifting shape of the rock music industry with than singer and guitarist Ewan Currie and bassist Ryan Gullen? And, of course, as is traditional on this podcast whenever Canadian acts come on the show, we talk a little bit about moose too.

Some day I will stop doing that - but today friends, is not that day!

Join the Spoook Substack!

For almost twenty years now, The Sheepdogs, from Saskatchewan, Canada, have made some of the best classic, seventies fried rock ‘n' roll known to man, woman or beast – and their new album, their seventh, released in June and entitled Outta Sight, is as good a collection of songs as they’ve released to date.

This is another interview I conducted a few months back, when the weather was ridiculous – though I did remember to keep the windows to Spoook Towers closed this time. Who better to discuss the shifting shape of the rock music industry with than singer and guitarist Ewan Currie and bassist Ryan Gullen? And, of course, as is traditional on this podcast whenever Canadian acts come on the show, we talk a little bit about moose too.

Some day I will stop doing that - but today friends, is not that day!

Join the Spoook Substack!

33 min