On this show, Brian says: I connect with an old friend from the Sault music scene that I haven’t spoken to in about forty years. His name is Steve McPhail, you might remember him from a well known band in the Sault, Edison Slave. Now, Steve performs under the moniker, Sonny Boy Mick. He and I discuss the origin of his stage name, some of his fond memories of the Sault, what took him to southern Ontario, and playing guitar for Alan Frew of Glass Tiger.
All songs performed by Sonny Boy Mick
Sweet L’il Daisy
Nobody’s Better Than You (acoustic version)
(Make Me Do) Anything You Want
Afraid of Americans
My Favourite Song
E22 Sonny Boy From The Sault Pt.2
More Sonny Boy with Brian: My conversation with Steve McPhail continues. We talk about the time Edison Slave opened up for Ted Nugent at the Gardens and we play some tunes from his ‘Peace, Love and Sonny Boy’ album. We also hear about his time performing in Las Vegas with his ‘Essence of Bowie’ tribute act, some of the students who attended his music school, Melody Man Studios, and his foray into music producing.