Trickbag's sound is an exciting blend of blues, rock, rhythm and blues and soul music. It's where the sultry sounds of Memphis, New Orleans and the Mississippi delta meet the gritty urban electric tones of Chicago and Detroit.


It might be more convenient to name the musicians that the members of Trickbag
haven't worked with than those with whom they have, at one time or another, crossed
musical paths. Trickbag, together and individually, have shared the stage and recording
studio with the likes of the King Biscuit Boy and Kelly Jay (of Crowbar), Guitar Mikey,
Michael Fonfara (Downchild Blues Band), Ken Whitely, Chuck Berry, Ronnie Hawkins,
Leo Sullivan and Steve McDade (the Butcher Boys' Horns), Denis Keldie (The Lincolns,
The Boomers), David Essig, Rita Chiarelli, Sonny Del Rio and Jeff Healy.
The band's first CD, self-titled “Trickbag”, on Peerless records received notice in
publications as far flung as California's Living Blues and the record industry bible,
Billboard. Fans now praise the most recent follow up Album, TRICKNOLOGY. Long
standing favorites in their home town, the group has been a popular part of community
events like: A Taste of Hamilton, the Hamilton Sesquicentennial Celebrations, the
Downtown Mustard Fest, The Burlington Rib Cook Off, The Hess Village Jazz and Blues Festival and the Festival of Friends.


Trickbag (Self Titled debut) 1995
Trickbag "Cacti Redux" 2006

Trickbag "Tricknology" 2008
Tricknology has recieved national radio play on CBC and Satelite radio station "Bluesville". Audio clips may also be found on CD