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Slim & The Dusters

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Slim & The Dusters

Slim & the Dusters are a traditionally rooted blues band that cover tunes by such blues masters as Big Bill Broonzy, Elmore James, Jimmy Reed and Earl Hooker. The band also performs original blues songs written by Dave 'Slim' Harris, a talented multi instrumentalist and prolific songwriter and blues historian. Dave has produced a growing catalog of recordings which have received acclaim throughout North America.

"Harris weaves his music into a veritable blues symphony" Blues Access - Boulder Colorado

"Harris is a contemporary blues man steeped in the tradition but an original through and through" Blues Scene Quarterly - Winnipeg Manitoba

"Harris is one of the best to my ears" Blue Suede News - Duvall Washington

"Dave is an engaging guitarist drawing from a broad pool of bottleneck and standard styles" Doug Langille - Edmonton Alberta
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NameRoleDates
Bob MironBass & Backing Vocals1985-2007
Gary ThompsonDrums & Backing Vocals1995-2007
Dave HarrisGuitar / Harp / Vocals1995-2007

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