Slim & The Deuces

Old School Blues from Victoria BC
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Slim & The Deuces

Label: indie
since circa 2008
The Deuces are an "old school" blues band that have been part of the Canadian blues scene since the early 70's. They play the real deal which they learned first hand backing up many of the blues legends. The band released it's first CD "Slim & the Deuces - Live at the Blues Underground" in 2008. After the 2010 departure of bassist Greg Kennedy, the band was augmented with blues veterans Gary Preston on keys/harp/vocals and George Fenn on bass. In 2012, Dave "Slim" Harris left to focus more on his one man band career. The exciting young guitarist/vocalist, Jordie Edmonds has since joined the band and the name shorten to simply "The Deuces". They play locally on the Island often at the Upper Deck, Six Mile Pub, VBS functions and Haro Strait Music Society dances. Hope to see you soon at one of them.
Continuing Under New Name

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Last Lineup

John Hunter
2008 - Name Change
George Fenn
2010 - Name Change
Jordie Edmonds
2012 - Name Change

Past Members

Dave Harris "Slim"
2007 - 2012
Greg Kennedy
2008 - 2010
2010 - 2013

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