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Nearly every band has its own influences that shine through their music, bringing you to a time long gone. Canadian rock quartet The Sheepdogs, however, chose an 'if it ain't broke...' route that brings these past sounds front-and-center and recharges their relevancy. Their first full-length release since signing to Atlantic Records, The Sheepdogs, bursts with 70s nostalgia having warming rock tones reminiscent of Allmans and Doobies.

The group recently performed an acoustic rendition of "Alright OK" in the office of Atlantic Records founder Ahmet Ertegun, and we're pleased to share with you the video footage.

The Sheepdogs, produced by Patrick Carney of The Black Keys, is out now. Get your copy here.

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The Sheepdogs are a Canadian rock band from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, consisting of Ewan Currie on vocals and guitar, Leot Hanson on guitar, Ryan Gullen on bass and Sam Corbett on drums/percussion. The Sheepdogs released several recordings independently prior to entering Rolling Stone's "Choose The Cover" competition. They beat 15 other different bands to get the contest win and were featured on the August 18, 2011 cover of Rolling Stone magazine, the first unsigned act to do so.
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