Milky Whites and the Bluesmen’s Debut CD (entitled One Direction) and single (entitled Give Me Your Love) were released internationally at Hugh’s Room (Toronto) in June, 2010.
Milky released another single/video (entitled Best Friend’s Gone Away) in 2013 and aCD (entitled Texas Drivin’ Blues) in 2016.
In 2008 he knew it was time to hit the studio and put my thoughts and experiences into his style of “progressive” Blues. His influences (to name a few) Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page, Stevie Ray Vaughan, BB King, Jimi Hendrix, Buddy Guy, Robert Cray, Robert Johnson, Randy Bachman, Jeff Healey and David Gilmour.”
Milky has “munitions” of performers to suit each venue and adapts each performance from a raw 4 piece to an orchestration of players.
During the early ’80’s, Milky worked and travelled western Canada for 4 years, playing gigs with various musicians throughout Calgary, the BC interior and Vancouver. He then returned to Toronto, became a recording artist and played live with various “cover bands” over 20 years at such venues as the Diamond Club, Montreal Bistro, Downtown Browns,
Down Under, Centre Island, The Place and Molly Blooms.
Milky continues to record in Hamilton, Ontario with a variety of musicians. He also engineers, produces, publishes and provides a mobile recording service through the label Riff Productions.