The Mojo Man from our album Where There’s Smoke

Wicked Epic fn Blues by BLACK CHERRY PERRY at the Border! This was a fun Tuesday night. If you havent seen these guys live you should! This one is called MOJO MAN. Perry came and sang some Zep with us last Tuesday and he is Robert Plant incarnate!!! Rumor has it that he's coming next Tuesday to sing "Bring it on home" and "Over the hills and far away" with us. Please SHARE and support original indie music in Calgary!!! <3 Border Crossing every Tuesday!!!

Posted by Emre Cords on Thursday, November 23, 2017

Black Cherry Perry’s Mississippi Medicine Show is “Black Cherry Perry” Gangur (vocals/harmonica), Quintin Rybuck (guitar), Viktor Szuroczki (bass) and Holly Magnus (drums).

Conceived in 2003, Black Cherry Perry’s Mississippi Medicine Show has been out supporting their all original contemporary blues album, “Where There’s Smoke”, at venues and festivals throughout the Calgary region, including headlining the Waynestock Music Festival at historic Wayne, Alberta, and opening the prestigious Calgary International Blues Festival.

In addition to being Calgary Blues Music Association, “Road to Memphis Blues Challenge” finalists, Black Cherry Perry was voted CBMA 2016 Harmonica Player of the Year, Viktor Szuroczki and Holly Magnus won the Edmonton Music Award for 2015 Blues Recording of the Year as part of the Tony Kaye Trio. A recipient of FACTOR and Alberta Foundation for the Arts grants, Quintin Rybuck has extensive recording and festival appearances to his credit.


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Perry Gangur



Music…preview our original recordings

Where There’s Smoke album featuring the album title track                                                          “Where There’s Smoke”

Black Cherry Perry’s Mississippi Medicine Show album featuring fan favourite                       “Choke the Chicken”





Black Cherry Perry, as he calls himself, is a Canadian blues singer/harmonica player who came into contact with the blues early, but had to find his own way. A trip to Memphis put him on the track after a visit to a spokesman, and Black Cherry Perry’s Mississippi Medicine Show was born. The song Big Momma’s Kitchen inspired this encounter. It changed his life as he himself says. The CD opens with the title track Where There`s Smoke , strong text, an ode to his wife / girlfriend and let’s you hear what Black Cherry Perry’s Mississippi Medicine Show is capable of immediately, as shown by the ten songs they present here. They produce a great piece of blues rock with songs like The Mojo Man, with great guitar and bass, just like in the slow blues You’ve Come To The Right Place and Big Momma’s Kitchen. As in all songs, they make it a nice CD. In short, if you take the trouble to listen to this album a few times, you will be treated to a nice album with beautiful blues numbers.

Lend an ear to the excellent Black Cherry Perry who is from Canada. BCP is a diverse contemporary blues band who have a superb new CD out called “Black Cherry Perry’s Mississippi Medicine Show”…Fireworks Music Magazine…Issue 72, Nov/Dec 2015

“You know I can’t believe it’s been almost a year since the Black Cherry Perry’s Mississippi Medicine Show graced these pages…Oh how I love that name for a blues band. Excellent. Wow!  So I was in the mood for a blues fix, and decided to see what they had been up to. Lucky me they just had a new video posted.”  Bearly Rambling Blogspot

“Love the name. That’s cracking that is. I mean, if you’re going to be a blues combo, then it doesn’t get much better than Black Cherry Perry’s Mississippi Medicine Show…this is their first album of original material…my favourite, ‘Coupe De Jour’,  a funky instrumental… ‘Good Mornin’ Judge’ is a close second, as it goes all Thorogood on your ass, and those songs show that there is talent here…I’ve seen some video clips, and they certainly seem an entertaining live act,”