Since bursting onto the Canadian music scene with his 1994 self-titled album and earning a JUNO nomination for Best New Solo Artist, David Gogo has racked up a long list of accolades throughout his singular and storied music career.
Hear the many stories from Gogo's illustrious career; from playing on stage with Johnny Winter and B.B. King to his once in a lifetime encounter with Stevie Ray Vaughan. Tune in on a bi-weekly basis and listen to David Gogo joined with his long time friend, Scott James, in a journey through the Blues, seen through the hazy recollections from his life on the road.
I sit down and bust the cap on a 40 with Shawn Hall, the Harpoonist of The Harpoonist And The Axe Murderer to talk about the impact that the COVID-19 Virus has had on the music industry. We don’t swear much, but it’s still interesting!
Adventures in Switzerland!
Funky Claude was running around! Playing on stage with BB King, Otis Rush, and Blues Traveller! Hobnobbing with the likes of Doug Sahm, Bonnie Raitt, Quincy Jones, Howard Hesseman Freddy Fender and more!
It’s hard to believe that Stevie Ray Vaughan was only 35 years old when he passed away, and it will be 30 years since the unfortunate accident which led to his death on August 27th, 1990. He is a legend in the industry, inspiring and influencing millions of fans to this day.
David Gogo was fortunate enough to spend time with Stevie Ray Vaughan on several occasions, between the age of 15, and up until his untimely passing. In the first-ever episode of the David Gogo Soul Bender Podcast: David Gogo, tells a never-before-told story of how he met and hung out with the guitar icon, Stevie Ray Vaughan.