'When The Money's All Gone' features some new tunes of varying styles from shuffles to swing tunes, and a hint of rumba.
Shirley Jackson is a Toronto Maple Blues Award recipient for Horn player of the year, (2003). 'When The Money's All Gone' was also nominated for an East Coast Blues recording for Blues Recording of the Year, 2012.
Shirley Jackson: vocals & tenor saxophone
And her Good Rockin' Daddys:
Dawn Hatfield: baritone saxophone, ukulele, hand flute
Rob MacIntosh: tenor saxophone
Dave Harrison: trumpet & flugelhorn
Marc Doucet: guitar
Jef James Wirchenko: bass
Marks Lockhart: drums
"I'm a real sucker for horns, which means Shirley Jackson's got me right in her sights. The Nova Scotia singer and tenor player leads her Good Rockin' Daddies through a bunch of vintage blues and early rock n' roll numbers, fired by a four-piece horn unit. Jackson's blues are the jump variety for the most part, which means dancing and moving, and lots of fun numbers."
- Bob Mersereau: CBC East Coast Music
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