After trying several local blues, cover and original bands to varying degrees of obscurity, Guy migrated back to his acoustic roots in the early 90’s and began to gather a following as a solo performer, rendering a quirky, thumping mix of blues and classic rock covers as well as his own material.
This is how it is done to current times. Guy can be captured live across
Guy's self released recorded music features a more fleshed out electric sound for his original songs, and are available through CD Baby, Amazon and other fine online retailers. Guys recorded work has been featured in the TV shows “Trailer Fabulous” and MTV’s “Made”.
About The Music:
Elements of Blues and the occasional Twang are nailed together with a Rock ’n’ Roll sensibility. The recorded work is fleshed out with full garage band thump, including slappadabass, layered guitars and drums. Guy’s live acoustic performances are thrown down low tech and high energy, with a song list of deep blues and toe tappin classic rock favorites and a bit of hillbilly, as well as his own songs.
Here are some excerpts from recent reviews of Guy’s recorded material:
DEMORAMA’S TOP HONORS “KICKERS OF ASS” LIST, REVIEW BY LUIS FISKE: “With a solid voice that's a combo of David Clayton-Thomas, Springsteen (sans the pretentiousness) and his own stylings, Bergeron nimbly handles a variety of sounds, touching on jazz, blues, folk, country and intelligent pop.”
SPLENDID EZINE'S ANDREW MAGILOW: "Guy Bergeron is a genre-defying musical anomaly. Bergeron does a superb job parting the muddy waters between blues and contemporary indie rock."
MUSES MUSE REVIEWER STACEY BOARD: “Guy's bio says he is a native of
Also, I am staying "low tech" as well, again quite on purpose. No prerecorded stuff happens in my shows, and we go as minimal with gadgetry as can be managed. Playing to a prerecorded rhythm section is glorified karaoke, and we'll have none of that here, thank you very much. There are fewer and fewer of us purists out there and I feel it's important to keep the faith.