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The Houndogs Release New Album

Published: 28 Jul 17, 11:16am  |  Author: DG Music

The Houndogs have released a new studio album full of their favourite songs, a mix of original and 50s tunes.

We've been chatting to the guys about the production of the album and you can get your copy!


Robert, David and Ian Wilson have been performing as The Houndogs for 15 years. Their new album has been 10 years in the making and features a whole mix of different music from the three brothers. 

Robert from the band said “We’ve made a live album before and while that captured the energy of our performances, we’ve wanted to make a studio album for a long time”. 

Music featured on the album includes “Tainted Love” which the band say is always a crowd pleaser; “Wondrous Place” which the band love but don’t perform often; and a series of original numbers written by Robert.

One of the original numbers is “Rock My Life Away”.

Watch the boys perform on Sky’s Must Be The Music back in 2010 here:

The album is currently available to buy in CD form from The Houndogs website for £10. It’s also available at all their gigs.

You can also download the album from iTunes, Amazon and Google Play.

The band is really proud of this album and wanted to give people a taster of what you can experience when they book.  The Houndogs are a one of a kind band in the performance they offer – it has to been seen to be believed! Robert sums the band up as “Completely and Utterly Crazy”!

Check out The Houndogs at one of their upcoming gigs - maybe even get your album signed!

Holbeach Music and Beer Festival – Sunday 6th August, 9pm

Bill’s Bar, Oakham – Saturday 19th August, 10pm

The Marine Boathouse, Skegness – Sunday 20th August, 1.30pm

Album photography by Nick Caro

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