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Keith Hall & Pat Dow Band

Keith Hall & Pat Dow Band

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Keith Hall and Pat Dow Band are a national, and international Blues /Roots Band from Australia.

They have developed a distinctive sound of their own, being part of the Australian Blues music scene since the early 80's, Drawing on traditional blues of people like John Lee Hooker, Buddy Guy, as well as the British Blues Scene of the 60's Eric Clapton/John Mayall and Eric Burdon (Keith hails from Manchester)

Keith vocals/bass/acoustic guitar and Pat guitars/harp are the mainstays of the band, with Dave Neudegg and Peter Allan Drums in the current line-up

Keith started his musical career in Adelaide .One of the first gigs was supporting Mike Rudd and Ariel with his band Windfall Playing on the local Adelaide scene with other young bands such as Fraternity, Windfall recorded two Albums, "Windfall" and "Odyssey". One memorable tour was supporting Kevin Borich in the outback towns of Whyalla and Port Pirie.

Moving to Sydney in 1979 Keith played on "The Balmain Blues Scene" in the bands Hot Ice with Shayne Pacey(Bondi Cigars) and The Stumblers with  Dom Turner (The Back Sliders).Putting out a solo album in The Labels featuring Julian Gough and Craig Walters.

After coming from Queensland where he toured with people like Elliot Randall (ex-Steely Dan) Pat joined Keith to form the duo Spectacular Feets in 1985. The Feets were soon holding down 6 gigs a week (yes there was gigs aplenty back then). Becoming one of the most popular acts in Sydney, with residencies at The Coogee Bay hotel, North Cronulla Hotel and The Orient Hotel at the rocks to name just a few.

CDs include:

A Hard Working Man Blues (2015)

A Love Devine (2014)

Blues Hall (2013)

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