«The Twisters» - 伝記、アルバム、曲、ビデオクリップ

For the Chilean group, see Los Twisters.

The Twisters are a Canadian blues band formed in 1999 in North Vancouver. They are signed to Toronto's NorthernBlues Music.

The band consists of 4 members: David "Hurricane" Hoerl (vocals and harmonica), Brandon Isaak (vocals and guitar), Chip Hart (drums) Keith Picot (bass).

The Twisters were nominated for a 2003 Juno Award, and winner of 'Best Blues Album of the Year' at the Canadian Independent Music Awards. Their album Come Out Swingin' was nominated for 'Blues Album Of The Year' by The Western Canadian Music Awards in 2009, and was nominated for five Maple Blues awards the same year. These included Best Recording of the year, Song Writer Of The Year, Electric Act Of The Year, Bass Player Of The Year and Harmonica Player Of The Year.

Come Out Swingin' included special guest Kenny "Blues Boss" Wayne on piano, and was the 2006 Juno Award winner for 'Best Blues Album'.

“This is what modern Blues is all about. Tight arrangements, great vocal harmonies, and spot on yet understated instrumental performances. All with a firm foothold into the roots and tradition of the Blues. With one exception, a Sonny Boy Williamson tune, the CD is packed with all original tunes that bring freshness and spontaneity to the sometimes over worked playbook of the Blues. A fantastic musical statement." - Barrelhouse Blues e-news, Boston

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