Doug Carter

making visual art and playing the blues

‘Cool Fool, The Book’ Set For August 14 Release

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SERAPHIM EDITIONS

presents

Check out Chapter 1, “Doin’ The Buffalo Shuffle”

Doug, Richard Newell, the future King Biscuit Boy,
and their band mates from The Chessmen
shuffle off to Buffalo, New York
to catch Muddy Waters and his band in the fall of 1964

listen to a sample of The Chessmen in 1964
Look On Yonders Wall

click here to order the book

attend the Cool Fool book launch at the Artword Artbar
15 Colborne St, Hamilton, ON
Saturday, August 14, 7:30 pm
featuring Blues by Eddys
Club Blues
with readings by Doug and by Slim Volumes

and downstairs at the Artword Gallery, August 4 – 29, during regular bar hours
JUKE JOINTS JUMPIN’
prints & drawings of Hamilton taverns & bars, the 1980s & early 1990s
to view drawings from the exhibition click here

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Written by Doug Carter

08/04/2010 at 8:25 pm

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  1. I loved the book, ‘ Cool Fool – Blues Rockin’ In The Hammer ‘!
    As a veteran on the club scene across Canada through the1980’s, as founding member of Fort Erie based ‘ The Meteors ‘ , and as a lifetime student of the blues and Ammericana, your book took me on a journey, strangely familiar ( the 45 rpm records, working the blues/rock highway, , the best and worst gigs of my life…), yet with a fresh insight into the Hammer’s vibrant blues and rock scene, especially King Biscuit Boy’, who was an influence on us all, and me as a harp player, singer and songwriter.

    As a reference, this book is a must have for me, ( sounds like a sale eh? ). Anyway. Thank you for sharing your memoirs, and, seriously, I do want to place an order for a copy.

    Most sincerely. Rene Huard

    Rene Huard

    12/05/2012 at 11:41 pm


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