Blues-rock band from Minsk, Belarus
The Road Dogs band was formed in Minsk, Belarus in 2007. Its music style was initially rooted in blues-rock of 1970th. While moving towards the modern blues sound the style developed into mixture of blues-rock, traditional blues, southern rock, funk, soul and gospel. The band has 10-years experience of public performances and is constantly gigging in different clubs as well as big stages including major European blues festivals (Suwałki Blues Festival, Nišville Jazz Festival, Blues Express) in Poland, Serbia, Georgia, Czech Republic and Russia. Original songs are written in English, Polish, Russian and Belarusian languages. Every performance is a musical conversation with the audience accompanied by subtle irony and humor.
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14 Jan 2020 Next month we start a set of gigs featuring Polish harmonica player and our good friend Michał Kielak. Michał is the NUMBER ONE harmonica player in Poland holding this title for years. Do not miss the unique experience!
20 Jun 2019 The Road Dogs takes part in cultural events of the 2nd European Games:
14 Apr 2019 The Road Dogs have finished working on their 2nd studio album! The first songs were recorded in 2013 followed by long break and the work has finally completed in 2019. Recording sessions took place in two Minsk studios: Maple Tree and Studio 9. Our new tracks featuring international musicians and our good friends: Poland harp player #1 Michał Kielak and american songwriter and guitar player from Johnson City, TN Michael Ward. The release date is still to be announced while we are looking for a distribution label to make the release finally come true.
14 Feb 2019 Hooray! Finally we launched our own web site! Following www.blues.by link you can find out upcoming The Road Dogs gig dates, announces, up-to-date news as well as other useful information.
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Lead Vocal / Guitar
Lead Guitar / Back Vocal
Bass / Back Vocal
Drums / Percussion
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