Dave Marsh is a man of many colours. Besides his main gig as the drummer for the Joel Plaskett Emergency, he’s also a member of cult-status rockers The Super Friendz. He’s a guitarist and singer/songwriter: he makes his own records with his own band, known as Dave Marsh and The True Love Rules. Besides being a gentlemanly percussionist with a distinct stylistic flair, he’s also an entertaining raconteur. He speaks easily and seems to enjoy the art of conversation. You can imagine him socializing easily in any setting. He could swing with Gene Krupa or drink with Sinatra. He could cover himself in glitter and hang with Bowie at Ian Hunter’s place. He could chew some straw and help Roy Rogers saddle his horse. He could chill on the dock at your cottage, with a cold drink and some hot licks. Continue reading
Tag Archives: Joel Plaskett Emergency
Interview: Joel Plaskett
Joel Plaskett and the Emergency are conquering Canada, one town at a time. After an already extensive Spring/Summer tour to support their innovative new record “Scrappy Happiness”, Joel and his stalwart band were back on the road in Sepetember and October, and will continue to bring the rock to the people of Canada well into the New Year. Continue reading
Happy Birthday, Audio Reckoning!
As Audio Reckoning celebrates its one-year anniversary, I decided to post a list of songs that have repeatedly bounced around in my soul for the last year. Continue reading
The JPE on Strombo
Joel Plaskett just released a new album with his band The Joel Plaskett Emergency (known by their fans as the JPE). Entitled “Scrappy Happiness”, the album is a beautifully ragged and compelling document of one of Canada’s greatest songwriters. I’ll review the full album soon, but in the meantime I wanted to post this awesome video from Strombo‘s show of Joel and the boys rocking out “You’re Mine” from the new album. Continue reading