Baptized by the blues.
Rev Dave and the Sin Eaters is a country-blues band with driving rhythms and poetic lyrics. Cut from the same cloth as Ray Wylie Hubbard and John Lee Hooker, the band owes equal debts to Hank Williams, Bob Dylan and John Prine.
part philosopher, part theologian and part singer-songwriter — he’s been baptized by the blues.
At five, Tom started his classical training in violin, leading to his playing in bars at 15. He has immersed himself in Irish and Scottish fiddle, and is influenced by the music of the Ottawa Valley.
David Barry is a drummer and a disciple of music. On this path you can find him shuffling, humming softly as he turns along. David enjoys being with loved ones and breathing fresh air. He believes in making coffee, and he prays for the fish in the sea.
Dan Hiltz. Dan is steeped in country folk (think John Prine and Emmylou Harris) and Canadiana (think Neil Young and the Hip). HIs tonal guitar brings a contemporary dynamic to traditional stylings.