Picking up over the decadent picture and rowdy approach of vintage blues works, guitarist Big Daddy G (recognized to his mother as Dave Glover) started producing a splash throughout the turn from the century. The membership circuit had designed his music right into a fiery strike before any information have been released, and an opportunity ending up in organist/vocalist Tortoise Blue provided Big Daddy G the opportunity to form a solid music group around his playing. In 1998, 4 Blues became the initial recorded effort in the duo. A tribute to a deceased bandmate and a tough initial effort, the unequal album resulted in the far excellent Topless in 2000. Nominated for the Juno Prize that calendar year, the roaring record became popular with blues viewers as well as the accolades started pouring in. A solid live become well, Big Daddy G started scoring places at many Canadian blues celebrations while piecing together their 1st live recording. Entitled Blue Sound, the record captured their enthusiastic stage display accurately and offered Big Daddy G the opportunity to explore his personal songs a bit more.