Wednesday, January 9, 2019

Desert Merc Moving From Local Scene In Vancouver, Canada --Looking To The World Stage

Let me take you back, not to the future not yet.
Let's go back a few months ago when I had plans to cover a show in Vancouver and the band I was there to interview and cover was Lost Nebula. This was their first time in Canada and they wanted some press from here.

Long story short here I met with James Buhs who was by the front entrance of the building getting some merchandise up for a local band Desert Merc. We had a nice chat and I told him why I was there and he asked if I was only able to cover/interview the one band, I said no. He then asked if I would be willing to interview the band he manages....say it with me now Desert Merc.
I had not heard of the band or any of their music before this night , let me tell you I was blown away. 
They have been getting radio play in North America and in Europe.

These are just a few of the online radio and stations that have played their music , congrats guys!
Here is the audio track of "Rabbit" that everyone is playing.

Here is the band below, you can see how scary they are. Great bunch of guys had a lot of laughs that night I did the interview and  we had a bit of a surprise that I don't think any of us will soon forget anytime soon.
(Left to Right)
Chris D. Campbell(Bass & Vocals )James Buhs(Manager)Tony Hill(Guitar)
Paul D'Eath(Vocals) Scott Aquino(Drums)(front & center)

Here is my personal favorite song from the album.

"Stone Me"-have a listen below:

Here they are performing the song live to see these guys is great!

Filmed by James Weekes Productions at The Red Room, Vancouver BC.

Here they are covering a Black Sabbath song, The Mob Rules -filmed by Steve Ruby

If you like what you hear -why not check them out on Facebook?

Desert Merc Facebook Page(click here)

Thank you for reading this
Anthony Nadeau

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