Son Of Dave | Try A Little Hound Dog: Exclusive Video Premiere

The Canadian bluesman is ready to howl on his new tribute to the Chicago legend.

Son Of Dave rocks the house (and your grandma too) with his barn-burning, rip-roaring new single and video Try A Little Hound Dog — premiering exclusively on Tinnitist.

The first glimpse of his upcoming summertime album A Flat City, the one-man blues tornado’s latest blast of hoodoo voodoo taps straight into the propulsive choogle and unbridled joy of history’s greatest 12-fingered bluesman: None other than Mississippi-born, Chicago-based singer-guitarist Theodore Roosevelt “Hound Dog” Taylor. Naturally, this energized boogie is served up SoD style — smothered and covered with ripping electric harmonica, thumping beat-box, and barking mad vocals to get you rockin’ (along with your nana):

“I like it
You like it?
You better try some
She tried it
She liked it
Yes it feels so good
Houserockin’ blues
And your grandma too.”

“It’s with great pleasure that I deliver to you what you want: Pure Son Of Dave one-man-band houserockin’ party music,” says Dave. “This is a tip of the hat to the legendary Hound Dog Taylor. The boogie gonna turn this house right ’round.”

Of course, what else would you expect from Son Of Dave? The Winnipeg-based party machine is loved internationally for his unique sounds. Mixing the grittiest of blues grooves with clever songwriting, he brings the blues kicking into the 21st century with no thievery or pretension. His music has been featured on Breaking Bad, a Robin Williams film, and many top-end film and television productions. He’s played private parties for Grace Jones, toured with Sleaford Mods and Iggy & The Stooges, been on major British and French music television shows, and countless other achievements. He is both a cult figure and a maverick bluesman. Not to mention a snappy dresser to boot.

Watch the video for Try A Little Hound Dog above, presave the single HERE, hear more from Son Of Dave below, and find your grandma on his Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and TikTok.