The Johnny McCuaig Band
Regina Saskatchewan’s The Johnny McCuaig Band, are a energetic, melodic, rock and roll band with bagpipes….. Front-man Johnny McCuaig brings the bagpipes to a whole new level… but Celtic they are not.
The former Waltons frontman Jason Plumb has figured out the key to sustaining a career in the Canadian music industry – write engaging pop songs, accumulate a stellar list of musician friends, and remain dedicated to your craft.
Jason Plumb and The Willing’s member, Cody Gamracy, releases his solo effort Where Is The Ground?. Drawing from diverse influences such as Fleetwood Mac, Radiohead and Jeff Buckley, Where Is The Ground? is a sweet, ethereal, pop journey.
A musician’s musician, Dan Silljer’s versatile and ambling guitar playing style has kept him busy as Regina’s best-kept secret. Silljer’s solo work is a fusion of old-style rhythm and blues with a touch of modern rock, jazz, and soul.
In the world where musicians cut their teeth in urban garages, Regina’s Gord Smith knows more than a thing or two about rock and roll. The drummer, guitarist, and bassist has played in a broad range of bands, but it’s crunchy, loud rock music that spoke to his soul.