Ol' Savannah - Best of Canadian Folk/Roots/Blues in Prague

Ol' Savannah is a Montreal-based folk band founded by Speedy Johnson and Bartleby J. Budde. The two began writing songs together in 2009, highly influenced by folk, roots, and blues artists, such as Mississippi Fred McDowell and John Hurt. Ol' Savannah have released three albums: "Ol' Savannah" (independent, 2011), "Underneath the Old Red Barn" (independent, 2012), and "Death on the Mountain" (Coup d'Griffe, 2013). In March 2015 the band released "Don't Let It Reign", a single that includes three songs. The band's fifth release is an EP entitled "On A Trip To Normal", 5 songs released on August 19, 2015.
Ol' Savannah's style has been compared to a mix of Tom Waits, Roscoe Holcomb, Muddy Waters, and The Pogues.

We just try n sing the truth! "Best of Montreal" Top 5 Country/Folk Act as voted by Cult MTL readers poll (2013, '14, '15).


Discography: olsavannah.bandcamp.com
Music video: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=u-xsR5zACT0
Live performance video: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ycffq_9z8EY