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New Release!!
I don't need no doctor (2020)
A rockin' blues tune - searching for healing in our lives and refusing the truth.
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 The Narrow Road ( 2014) is a gift of 13 gospel songs. Familiar melodies, such as Go Tell It On the Mountain are lovingly presented in a roots/acoustic style. Rob chose songs that have always touched his heart, and invited his musical friends and family to join him. In fact, the talents of 26 singers and musicians from the Medicine Hat area are featured in the album. - Kolbe Times
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The Absynthe Studio Sessions (2005) “A unique and creative trio, engaging performers with wit and warmth.” - Deborah Nyack, Board Member - Arts Touring Alliance of Alberta “The Rob Hudec Trio has all the important pieces; strong vocals, great songs, fine picking and a superb rhythm section. Their diversified repertoire would just as soon entertain a festival crowd as it would tame your neighborhood watering hole.” - John Wort Hannam
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Slow boat to China (2017)
An original Gypsy Jazz instrumental. A soothing, mellow instrumental guitar melody inspired by the great Django Reinhardt.
Dandelion ( 2010) “The arrangements are beautiful, as well -- like the songs themselves, they’re earthy and natural, with a homespun richness in texture. The gentle, sympatico backing features some great playing by many of his Medicine Hat musical cohorts, with bass, drums, keyboards, fiddles, percussion, saxophones and background vocals all blending beautifully with Hudec’s voice -- and with his many different guitar voices! - Grant Stovel - CKUA On Satellite Galaxy “The Blues“ & iTunes
Lost & Found (2000) “Excellent CD, sounds great, wide range of music.” - Colin Grewer, CBC Radio, Regina
“Sounds like a labour of love and a lot of heart and soul.” - Rebecca Ryan, CKSW Radio, Swift Current