Montreal - Quebec - Canada
About the Band
Dale Boyle is a Montréal-based roots-rock singer-songwriter. He has been called “One of the best to emerge from north of the border” (AmericanaHomeplace.com) and “an accomplished musician, a fine singer, and an exceptionally thoughtful, meticulous songwriter" (CanadianBlues.ca).
Drawing upon influences including Steve Earle, John Fogerty and Tom Petty, Dale has developed a songwriting approach that is lyrically to the point and melodically driven. His duet with Juno award nominee Annabelle Chvostek (You Might Come Around) won 2nd place in the Americana Category of the International Songwriting Competition. Dale is also a Lys Blues Songwriter of the Year award winner; Lys Blues Folk-Blues Artist of the Year award winner (two years); Narrative Songwriting Competition winner; and USA Songwriting Competition, Unsigned Only Music Competition, and Canadian Songwriting competition finalist.
Dale’s new release, Gasoline, is a roots-rock EP recorded with the “LA Rhythm Section”: Drummer Kenny Aronoff (John Mellencamp, John Fogerty, etc.) and bassist James LoMenzo (John Fogerty, David Lee Roth, etc.). The EP includes a cover of Neil Young’s Heart of Gold, as well as four original tracks: Gasoline, All Gone Now, Hard Luck Town, and My Birmingham. Recently, My Birmingham placed in the finals of the 2017 Canadian Songwriting Competition.
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Styles: Roots Rock
Songs on the Album