The Way We Was: The Story of the Kendall Wall Band
The Way We Was is a fascinating snapshot of the Toronto blues scene documenting The Kendall Wall Band's magical 11 year run.
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It was a great learning experience and another chance to share the music,... Read more
The Kendall Wall Band utilized a number of guitar players over the course of their 11 year run at The Black Swan and touring Southern Ontario as a backing band. ... Read more
Reunion at The Duck
After the principle shooting was complete I stopped in at The Duck in St. Catharines one Saturday afternoon to have a quick visit with Gary Kendall and drop off a... Read more
"Weed Kid" and The Kendall Wall Connection
So it turns out the newest media/internet sensation Ben Baker aka "Weed Kid"is the son of none other than our very own Jeff Baker singer/harmonica player for The Kendall... Read more
Jane Vasey Tribute @ The Diamond
The Kendall Wall Band and Judy Brown playing You Don't Do at the Jane Vasey Tribute show at The Diamond in Toronto.
Jane Elizabeth Vasey (1949 – July 7,... Read more
An Exciting Week
Tune in to 101.5 THE HAWK FM's acclaimed Radio Blues Show "Blues Blast" this Tuesday June 2, 2015 around 5:15 as host Ken Wallis and I chat about a little... Read more
Cash Wall' story is unique. Cash started out playing saxophone for The Downchild Blues Band and one night when the band's drummer didn't show up Cash played drums for the... Read more
Mel Brown and Tony Flaim
The Kendall Wall Band backed a couple of great blues talents at The Beaches Blues and Jazz Festival including the late Tony Flaim and the late Mel Brown.
Tony... Read more
Local News Article - Welland Tribune and St. Catharines Standard
DOCUMENTARY: Out of work from Fort Erie slots, man takes time off to live dream
By Franki Ikeman, The Tribune
Monday, May 11, 2015 9:06:55 EDT AM Christopher Darton... Read more
When original harmonica play Bob "Cadillac Eddy" Adams left the band Jeff Baker was enlisted to play harp and supply vocals.
Jerome Godboo says of Jeff in the film, "...... Read more
Snooky Pryor utilized the talents of The Kendall Wall Band on a number of occasions while on tour in Canada and playing in Ontario. Over time Pryor became so comfortable... Read more
Thirty-two (32) years ago today the father of modern Chicago blues Muddy Waters past away.
Muddy's influence is tremendous, not just on blues and rhythm and blues but on rock... Read more
We're off and running!!!!!!!!!!!
Thanks for believing in our film. It's such an entertaining ... uplifting ... and nostalgic piece of blues history that I would hate for the fans of blues music all... Read more