Each episode Long & McQuade brings you an interview and performance with a musical guest.

This month on Long & McQuade Sound Stage we talk to blues legend, David Gogo.

David Gogo (born March 18, 1969), is a Canadian blues guitarist, singer-songwriter and bandleader who is currently signed to the independent Cordova Bay Records label. He was formerly signed to EMI Records. Between 1994 and 2014, he released 12 solo albums. As of 2014, his touring band includes a Hammond organ/piano player, an electric bass player (with a five-string bass) and a drummer.

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Rock 4 A Reason - Randy Bachman headlining

A private charitable concert bringing together local musical talent in an outdoor festival atmosphere to raise funds benefiting our official partner, the BC Cancer Foundation. Several of BC’s brightest up-and-coming musicians will partner with established veteran performers to provide an evening of exciting entertainment and activities to raise funds to purchase a critical piece of diagnostic equipment.

Long & McQuade SOUND STAGE:

Growing up in small town Port Alberni, Chase Spencer learned how to play guitar at age 13. After years of writing and playing with numerous local musicians he decided to record his debut album, “Feel Alive”. Following the release of his album and playing many shows and festivals on Vancouver Island in 2016 he embarked on a 7 week tour of Vietnam where he gained a local following.

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Stel is a brother and sister duo, writing, recording, and performing folk/rock music. Find out more about them at:

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