Pat Travers & Joel da Silva at Earl's Hideaway Mar 13th
It’s early 1979, and the Pat Travers Band have just been introduced and subsequently recorded for what would become one of the slickest and hottest guitar-rock albums ever committed to vinyl. “Live! Go for What You Know” was a huge success on both sides of the pond, acclaimed by their musical peers, fans, and music critics alike. It was high-energy. It was electric. It was lightning in a bottle. The album, much like the Canadian musician himself, remains an influence for a whole generation of guitar slingers.
By the age of 18, DaSilva joined his first band as lead guitarist for “Junior Drinkwater and the Thirstquenchers”. He went on to play guitar and sing in jump blues with “the Regulators”, psychobilly surf band “the Underbelly’s”, and was the frontman for “the Hep Cat Boo Daddies” for 13 Years before breaking out on his own as a solo artist.
2:00 PM March 13th
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