Difference between revisions of "Blak Dog"

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|Row 3 info = 2018 - Present
 
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|Row 4 info = '''Rachel May''' - vocals<br>
 
'''Alen "BigAl" Grebovic''' - guitar, vocals<br>  
 
'''Alen "BigAl" Grebovic''' - guitar, vocals<br>  
 
'''Robert Baker''' - bass, vocals<br>
 
'''Robert Baker''' - bass, vocals<br>
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== About ==
 
== About ==
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The band is led by Bosnian-bred guitarist Big Al Grebovic, who has over 20 years of experience on the local scene. Al's style is influenced by a mix of British guitar titans and American Blues and jazz innovators.
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Joining Al are blues-rock vocalist Rachel May (a nine-time Detroit Music Award winner and internationally recognized musician), keyboardist Andy Szymanski (a seasoned player known for his work with the Butler Twins, Kenny Parker Band, and more), the groovy bass stylings of bassist Bobby Baker (a music vet and vocal music major at Delaware State University) and drummer Jon Johnson (a smooth yet powerful drummer with influences like John Bonham and Chris Layton)
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This high energy band plays a mix of original and cover material that is rooted in various styles of blues and rock, with each member bringing their own flavor to the mix.
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From the ashes of [[Alligators|The Alligators]] comes BlaK Dog. Originally they called themselves Black Dog but changed the name to the gritter BlaK Dog.
 
From the ashes of [[Alligators|The Alligators]] comes BlaK Dog. Originally they called themselves Black Dog but changed the name to the gritter BlaK Dog.
 
Nick Tabarias and Jon Johnson formally of [[Alligators|The Alligators]] teamed up with Big Al Grebovic, Robert Baker and Andy Szymanski to continue playing the Blues.
 
Nick Tabarias and Jon Johnson formally of [[Alligators|The Alligators]] teamed up with Big Al Grebovic, Robert Baker and Andy Szymanski to continue playing the Blues.

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BlaK Dog
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Background Information

Origin

Detroit

Genre

Blues

Years Active

2018 - Present

Members

Rachel May - vocals
Alen "BigAl" Grebovic - guitar, vocals
Robert Baker - bass, vocals
Jon Johnson - drums
Andy Szymanski - Keyboard

About

The band is led by Bosnian-bred guitarist Big Al Grebovic, who has over 20 years of experience on the local scene. Al's style is influenced by a mix of British guitar titans and American Blues and jazz innovators.

Joining Al are blues-rock vocalist Rachel May (a nine-time Detroit Music Award winner and internationally recognized musician), keyboardist Andy Szymanski (a seasoned player known for his work with the Butler Twins, Kenny Parker Band, and more), the groovy bass stylings of bassist Bobby Baker (a music vet and vocal music major at Delaware State University) and drummer Jon Johnson (a smooth yet powerful drummer with influences like John Bonham and Chris Layton)

This high energy band plays a mix of original and cover material that is rooted in various styles of blues and rock, with each member bringing their own flavor to the mix.


From the ashes of The Alligators comes BlaK Dog. Originally they called themselves Black Dog but changed the name to the gritter BlaK Dog. Nick Tabarias and Jon Johnson formally of The Alligators teamed up with Big Al Grebovic, Robert Baker and Andy Szymanski to continue playing the Blues.




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Contact: blackdogbanddetroit@gmail.com