|Release||April 1, 2005 (Winnipeg, MB)|
A loving portrait of blues rock artist Kenny Crook, the lead singer for Winnipeg blues rock band Blind Dog. Every Tuesday night Blind Dog plays down at the Windsor Hotel. Though blind since his teens from Marfan syndrome (which afflicted American actor John Ritter), Ken's deep love of the blues and his gentle nature keeps his spirits high.
Blind Dog Bluesday features interviews with Ken and his friends and band members hanging out, behind the scenes at Ken's house party, as well as smoking live performances at the Windsor of classics like Stormy Monday, Little Sister, and Heartbreak Hotel. As Ken's wife says, "every day is an adventure with Ken... you never know what's going to happen."