Loose Wires

Loose Wires

 Pickering, Ontario, CAN
BandBluesRock

Loose Wires is a four piece rock n'blues band that delivers. Entertainment, energy level, all ages appeal, those are the cornerstones of the bands presentation. Runnning the gamet of musical emotions from kick ass rock to scraping your soul with heartfelt blues. Truly unique.

Biography

Loose Wires is a fun band. Our audiences feed off the vibe. We play a mix of music from Bobby Blue Bland and the Allman Brothers to Dave Edmunds, Lynyrd Skynyrd, The Romantics and Van Morrison. A variety that would be off the map for any other band, but the essence of Loose Wires remains the same throughout.
The distinct character provided by sharing lead vocal duties among'st the four members is as entertaining as it is unique.
The band features four experienced showman with years of experience entertaining and performing. Including David Hayes, formally of the Legendary Dutch Mason Blues Band- Prime Minister of the Blues, and Brian Whitty of The Bleeker Street Band.
With John Carson and Chris Bryen bringing a combined 40 years of performing experience to the table to present a polished , professional and fun unit guranteed to please. We have Been Playing together as a unit for 6 years.

Discography

Self produced and distributed,

Loose Wires- Hard Road- cover tune compilation.

Set List

Sets are typically 45 mins. to one hour long. We have a vast repertoire of songs and can play as many sets as necessary. We can play rock or blues all night or a combination of the two.

Sampling of tunes:

Bad Case of Loving You - Dave Edmunds
It Hurts Me Too- Eric Clapton
Call me the Breeze - JJ Cale
Got to get out of this Place- The Animals
It All Over now - The Rolling Stones
Johnny B Goode - Chuck Berry
Let the Good Times Roll- Ray Charles
I hear you Knockin- Dave Edmunds
The Shape Im In - The Band
Shakin all Over- The Guess Who
Bring It On Home - Sam Cooke
Don't let me be Misunderstood- The Animals
I Know a Little - Lynyrd Skynyrd
Call Me the Breeze - JJ Cale/Lynyrd Skynyd
Train Kept a Rollin'-Jeff Beck Group
Sweet Home Chicago-Buddy Guy
Mercury Blues- Colin Linden
bad whiskey - buddy guy
Funk 49 - The James Gang
Nowhere Man - the beatles