Title Track: Infected with the Blues
Of the originals, the title track "Infected with the Blues" was inspired by people assuming that Spencer Mackenzie is too young to play the blues and goes on to explain how the music is just running through his veins and that he didn’t choose the blues; the blues chose him.
Goodbye Lucille is a tender love song dedicated to Mr. B.B. King. It is a song about what he might have said or expressed to his guitar on his last day living. This song means a lot to me as Mr. B.B. King was one of my greatest influences.
Devil Under Her Skin
Devil Under Her Skin is about staying away from temptation that could lead you down a dark path. Being cautious to not sign you soul away to someone that may have the devil under their skin. This song won 3rd place in the Blues Category at the 2016 International Songwritting Competition!
WOW 2016 What a Year!! I want to THANK so many of yoy that have made 2016 an incredible year! I wanted to add all of you but I do not have a 20 minute song LOL! Wishing you an amazing 2017 and hope to see you on the Blues Trail!
Spencer Mackenzie learns a valuable lesson from Shakura S'Aida while jamming with Jerome Godboo, Brooke Blackburn, Shawn Kellerman, Michael Fonfara and Michael Kaeshahammer at the 2017 Maple Blues Awards after party. This is a must see!
Honoured to have been invited up to perform one of my favourite Freddie King songs 'Going Down' with Steve Strongman and his band at his 7th Annual Christmas Show at the Bay City Music Hall. Thanks to Bruce Hall for the video!
Honoured to perform opening night of the 15th annual Canal Bank Shuffle in Thorold ON on October 13th 2016! Video performing a favourite Freddie King tune by David Stephen.
Spencer Mackenzie performing his original title track song called "Infected with the Blues" from his album "Infected with the Blues" at Sessions on the River in Fort Erie. Miles Evans on Keyboard, Jack Davies on bass, Kevin Tait on drums and Maeve Davis on back-up vocals. May 2016
Spencer Mackenzie performing his original song named Goodbye Lucille off his debut album Infected with the Blues. This is a tender love song dedicated to Mr. B. B. King about what he might of said or expressed to his guitar on his last day living. Jack Davies on bass, Miles Evans on Keyboard and Kevin Tait on Drums. May 2016
Spencer Mackenzie performing his original called "Devil Under Her skin" from his album "Infected with the Blues" at Sessions on the River in Fort Erie. Miles Evans on Keyboard, Jack Davies on bass, Kevin Tait on drums and Maeve Davis on back-up vocals. May 2016
Spencer Mackenzie covering Bob Dylan at the Armor in Hamburg NY at the Thursday night Blues hosted by Anita West April 21st 2016
I had an incredible opportunity to share the stage with the Canadian Blues Icon Jack De Keyzer! HUGE thanks to Niagara's multiple award winner Brant Parker for inviting me to "Let the Good Times Roll" at the Bay City Music Hall in Hamilton Ontario.