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-Doors open at 7pm (21+) Seating and tables will be out but are limited and on a first come first serve basis. Food served during the show until 10pm. Tickets available in advance at Boo Boo Records SLO, Traffic Record Store in Atascadero or online at Eventbrite.com by clicking HERE.
American roots music is alive and well with Jeffery Halford and the Healers along with Dallas Hodge (Of Canned Heat) at the Siren!

~Over the last 25 years, Jeffery Halford has been touring the country with his band, the Healers. They have played shows with some of music’s most acclaimed artists and songwriters, as well as Halford’s influences, such as Taj Mahal, Los Lobos, George Thorogood, Gregg Allman, Etta James, John Hammond, and Texas Greats Augie Meyers, Guy Clark and Robert Earl Keen. His newest CD, Rainmaker, is the follow-up to the critically acclaimed record Broken Chord and is currently at #12 on the Euro-Americana Charts* and climbing. His original roots rock and roll songs etch a uniquely American landscape.

~ Dallas Hodge was born in 1954 in Detroit Michigan. He started playing the guitar at age 13. He went on to lead several bands over the next few years and finally teamed up with his brother Catfish Hodge in 1970 as the Catfish Hodge Band, recording several albums together. In 1978, he moved to Santa Cruz, California where he met and teamed up this time with legendary guitarist Steve Marriott of Humble Pie fame.

In the year 2000, he was offered the task of fronting the legendary band Canned Heat, one of the headliners at the original Woodstock Festival. Known for such hits as “Lets Work Together,” “Goin Up The Country” and “On The Road Again”. I knew I had some big shoes to fill” says Dallas. Even though Bob “The Bear” Hite had passed away quite some time ago, it was a challenge he met head-on and every year he just got better and better. It’s been said that this line-up has been one of the factors for bringing Canned Heat back to the lime light along with the return of Skip Taylor as manager. (He was their original manager.) No longer fronting the band, Dallas has stepped up his efforts and pushed on with his own career, and with his own style of Motor City Rockin Rhythm and Blues.