Kitchener, Ontario’s seven-piece blues ensemble Fog Blues and Brass Band – featuring Dan Jancar, nominated for the 2024 Maple Blues Award for Best Horn Player – announce latest single “Who’s Gonna Suffer” from their album 12 Bar Prescription.
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Following up the success of their earlier singles from the album 12 Bar Prescription, Fog Blues and Brass Band has released their latest bop “Who’s Gonna Suffer” that blends blues roots music with backing brass instruments to making a rocking fourth single. Fog Blues and Brass Band bring the groove that encapsulates their dynamic and thrilling live show that gets audiences toe tapping and twisting to their over-the-top full sound blues rock.
“We decided for this album we wanted a more live feel. More like you would hear us at our live shows,” says the band.
To showcase their powerhouse live performances, Fog Blues and Brass Band elicited help from engineer friend Robi Banergi who has an impressive resume of work including artists such as The Rolling Stones, Crosby, Stills, and Nash, and many more. Their live show continues to captivate audiences with a creative twist on a classic rock and blues sound that is at the forefront of their latest release “Who’s Gonna Suffer.”
“We’re a fun, easy-going type of band, and we like to keep our lyrics light and airy, poking fun at situational experiences we’ve encountered or stories about people we know,” says the band.
“Who’s Gonna Suffer” is the follow-up to a year of successful singles including “Why Get Up,” “12 Bar Prescription,” and “Too Deep” that lit up roots’ music charts and local radio stations. And with the holidays quickly approaching, Fog Blues and Brass Band have a rocking rendition of “Here Comes Santa Clause” that kicked off their latest run of new music starting last Christmas. Blues and classic rock music is often defined by what it’s like when performed live and Fog Blues and Brass Band showcase their strengths as performers in “Who’s Gonna Suffer” that accurately represents their dazzling live show.