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INDIE/ROCK - Kaspar And The Swamp Dogs + Ecologist + Snakeoil Saleman + Rogue Monkey

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The Fiddler's Elbow

1 Malden Rd. NW5 3HS London

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                INDIE/ROCK - Kaspar And The Swamp Dogs + Frances Clare + Snakeoil Saleman + Rogue Monkey at The Fiddler's Elbow promotional image

Kaspar And The Swamp Dogs

Kaspar grew up in London and moved to Hertfordshire when he was 9. He learned the guitar when he was 11 when a family friend with a serious disability gave one to him on the condition that Kaspar would learn how to play it. 

At the age of 12 he discovered Pride and Joy on Guitar Hero and quickly realised this was the blues. This would send him on a path of education and revelation to the blues as a genre and a life style. 

 Kaspar went to New Orleans to celebrate turning 18 where he performed in B.B. Kings Blues Club (and was discovered by Harold Marcho music producer). Harold invited Kaspar back to the states to record his first single Sailing.

He is now performing with his live band, Kaspar & The Swamp Dogs around St Albans, London and where ever he may be invited to. The band consists of Seb Rejal on bass guitar and drummer Mia Casey.

Ecologist

2 Men and a computer play all the music ever recorded thru various free vst plugins

someone once said industrial bleep core but neither of us know what that means

Political yes-getting out of bed in the morning is now a political act and music

will soon be illegal -so enjoy while you still can.

Snake Oil Salesman pride themselves on serving up authentic doses of rock and roll cover version magic medicine;  known to cure all known ailments! Occasionally they throw in a tincture or two of their own to keep the blood flowing and the body and mind healthy. 

They formed a few years ago; a disparate band of experienced gigging musicians and keep punters happy with their blend of 100% singalong favourites and their own soulful rock and roll material.



Source: The Fiddler's Elbow website

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