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Lara loves all types of music and has performed in jazz, rock and country bands while her heart remained loyal to the blues, a common thread in all of these styles.

Lara has co-written and recorded two albums of original r'n'b and blues.

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Dan hit the road in the mid 80's and traveled back and forth across Canada with a variety of different acts before moving to Nashville, TN, in 1991 with the Michelle Wright Band.

Al Rowe - Founding member and guitarist, Al Rowe, brings a lifetime of experience in playing the blues. Since the age of 15, he has played in countless road bands.

The members of the band hail from a wide range of geographic locales, from New York to Louisiana, and from New Mexico, to Ontario, Canada.

Their collective live performance experience spans several continents and countries and creates Lara & The Bluz Dawgz’ unique take on the blues.

Al moved to Nashville in 2000 to attend the Belmont University Music Business program.

Since moving to Nashville, Al has co-written and recorded three blues albums, and contributed to many other original projects.

During 2012 they played headline shows at festivals across Europe including standout shows at Beautiful Days, Celtic Connection, the Hebridean Celtic Festival and at Cropredy festival, where they broke the festival record for CD sales!

As if that is not productive enough, they are credited for lending a hand to the albums of Blair Dunlop, Gilmore & Roberts, as well as the teenage pop favorites A Rocket To The Moon.

Gregg has also toured Europe, Asia and the Middle East with the Horning Brothers via the D. Additionally, he has recorded with Billy Burks and John Heinrich, and played on many gospel sessions at Gene Breden's studio.

Gregg studied with legendary Motown bassist Bob Babbit, who he notes as one of his greatest influences, in addition to James Jamerson, Roscoe Beck, and Paul Chambers.

His guitar work has been compared to Rolling Stones’ guitarist, Mick Taylor, Al’s greatest influence.

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