He's one part hill country blues, one part rock 'n' roll, and in all ways the hardest working man in the Vancouver music scene. Reviewer Flora Freisantone wrote that Rich Hope is "one of the best blues explosions since Howlin' Wolf." Backed by his tub-thumping partner, Adrian Mack, Rich Hope and his Evil Doers are, for all intents and purposes, a two-man quartet of trashy boogie blues. Read more here: http://www.tinhorn.com/concerts/RichHope

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