The Sheepdogs showcase classic 70’s rock’n’roll at their New York City show at Le Poisson Rouge

Tossing out some serious 70s vibes with their embroidered jumpers, brown suits, dungarees, and thick mustaches, Canadian rock ‘n’ roll band, The Sheepdogs tackled Le Poisson Rouge, last Friday night.

What started off as a slow show for opener Brent Cowles (undeservingly so, he absolutely blew me away), I turned around to greet a friend of mine from my front row spot and suddenly the room behind me was packed to the walls. The Sheepdogs are a band of all incredibly talented men, switching between several instruments and completely shredding each one they put in front of them.

Even with a crowd full of passionate and doting fans dancing and shouting along behind me, I had the most fun at a show than I’ve had in a very long time. Check out their latest album “Changing Colours” released earlier this year and get your fill on classic rock ‘n’ roll wrapped in a Canadian bolo tie.

The Sheepdogs

The Sheepdogs

The Sheepdogs

The Sheepdogs

Brent Cowles

Brent Cowles

Meghan McCabe
Meghan McCabe is a photographer based in New York City. More of her work is available at meghanameliaphoto.com.

The Sheepdogs showcase classic 70’s rock’n’roll at their New York City show at Le Poisson Rouge

Tossing out some serious 70s vibes with their embroidered jumpers, brown suits, dungarees, and thick mustaches, Canadian rock ‘n’ roll band, The Sheepdogs tackled Le Poisson Rouge, last Friday night.

What started off as a slow show for opener Brent Cowles (undeservingly so, he absolutely blew me away), I turned around to greet a friend of mine from my front row spot and suddenly the room behind me was packed to the walls. The Sheepdogs are a band of all incredibly talented men, switching between several instruments and completely shredding each one they put in front of them.

Even with a crowd full of passionate and doting fans dancing and shouting along behind me, I had the most fun at a show than I’ve had in a very long time. Check out their latest album “Changing Colours” released earlier this year and get your fill on classic rock ‘n’ roll wrapped in a Canadian bolo tie.

The Sheepdogs

The Sheepdogs

The Sheepdogs

The Sheepdogs

Brent Cowles

Brent Cowles

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