When not busy song-writing, we commit our thoughts to paper. Sometimes they even get published in print journals. What do you think about the word “Americana”? We’re still trying to figure it out: http://issuu.com/bcmusicianmagazine/docs/bcmusician_89/21
Armadillo Road delivers the band’s signature indie-roots sound laid on original material. The songs are diverse in theme and place with Southern influences as well songs that are true to our Northern roots. Further down the road the song “Armadillo” originated in the wide open spaces of west Texas. From stripped-down singer-songwriter to rockabilly vibe, all tracks written or co-written by John Hough.
John’s solo album Train Through a Northern Town is a taste of Canada, from life on the Atlantic coast to western stories of outlaws, as well as forgotten places in between. Featuring original material, and a few beautifully executed covers (Gordon Lightfoot and Stan Rogers) it is quintessential Canadiana.
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A compendium contemporary folk, both instrumental and vocal, showcases the traditional music of Ireland, and more. This Celtic album stems from John’s first band, Under The Moss, which was the house band at the Folk Life Pavilion, at Vancouver’s world fair, Expo 86.