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Father and son team Lazy Mike and Carson Mallon

have been a mainstay of the Vancouver Island blues scene for the better part of a decade in various projects

 including Lazy Mike & the Rockin' Recliners. 

Steeped in traditional early electric blues, this duo's song selection draws from a wide range of artists, notably Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee, Big Bill Broonzy, Tampa Red, Johnny Young, and Jimmy Reed, in addition to performing several original compositions. 

Lazy Mike Mallon, harmonica, and Carson Mallon, guitar, each sing and weave their instrumentation to bring a unique take on traditional roots and blues music.


CD Release " Lo Speed Session" 2018

The Lo-Speed Sessions CD, fifth for Lazy Mike, and third with Son, Carson, is a collection of traditional down home Blues, covers and originals, recorded “live off the floor, no effects” at Lo-Speed Studio in Duncan, BC.


 


            The Lo-Speed Sessions CD - available through links :)

 the LO SPEED SESSIONS recording

Totally awesome to see we made the list of "Top Blues" for the Toronto Blues Society's September Newsletter

http://torontobluessociety.com/top-blues-september-2018

Riot Brew Pub - Dec 21, 2018

101A, 3055 Oak Street, Chemainus

Come on out for some great music at the wonderful cool venue

See you there!

Ross Bay Pub - Victoria - Dec 27, 2018

Always a GREAT time at the ROSS BAY PUB! GREAT FOOD and GREAT PEOPLE, through in some GREAT BLUES MUSIC and it sounds like an AWESOME GOOD TIME!

Music Video & Photo

Shaw The Show - April 18, 2018

"Lo-Speed Sessions" CD Release promotion


39 Days of July Summer Series 2018

Lazy Mike & Carson Mallon with Special guest Ricky Renouf 

lazy days of summer 2018

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