Mikie Lee Presad joined the Delta Dogs bringing Johnny Guitar Watson, Freddie King, Hound Dog Taylor and even his own sound to life in the Delta Dog tradition. His vocals and tasty guitar licks were great fun. We miss you Mikie Lee.
Roger started playing guitar in high school. He had played in several bay area bands during what has turned into a very lengthy musical career. He joined the Delta Dogs back in the glory days of playing the Roundup on Thursday nights. When not playing with the Delta Dogs, Roger hosts a very popular open mic in the south bay.
Ron is a BAM award winning and Sam Goody record company award winning as a live and studio drummer, Ron has been playing the drums and percussion instruments since age eight. He studied formal music and played in school jazz, symphonic, and rock bands before travelling overseas in the military. Ron was a high school sport letterman and academic scholar. He has performed with several famous name bay area musicians and bands since 1986 (including Jewel, Buffalo Roam, Atlantic recording artist Baxter Robertson, Cover2Cover, the Up-Beats, many members of several famous bands, and the award winning "Heavy Petting Zoo". He continues to lead the popular "Delta Dogs" at cool local gigs. Ron also teaches private drum and martial arts lessons and is a PhD in the field of behavioural training.
Don 'Deputy Dog' Adamson
Don first starting performing music (bluegrass) on bango in the streets of Montreal during college.
He played on college radio and at street fairs like the St Laurent Street Festival, and folk venues such as the Yellow Door Coffee House.
A native of Toronto, he later returned to Ontario and did some community TV with a local folk group, Shanty.
The change came when he bought his first Fender electric guitar; Don realized his love for blues, rock, R&B, and Rock-a-billy.
After moving to Northern California he spent some time studying with Bay Area blues legend Johnny Nitro.
A long time fan of Creedence Clear Water Revival it was happenstance that connected Don with Josh Fogerty (John's son)
and the Delta Dogs. It's all good, Rock-on friends
Rock & Roll and Electric Blues Band
Josh has played in several groups over the years. He has ventured into other styles of music (Bluegrass / Metal but not at the same time...yet?) He usually finds his way back to Rock n' Roll and Blues bands.
"Sweet Johnny Guitar" Guitar and Vocals
Johnny Erokan started playing in bands with his brother Dennis in 1966 and continues to play with Dennis in the Delta Dogs, which they formed in 1998 with long time friend David Williamson. Johnny has toured the States, Canada and the Northwest Territories. In the ‘70’s he joined the band "Country Porn" and were signed to Penthouse Records.
In Country Porn he appeared at The Old Waldorf, The Boarding House. Catalyst, Bodega, the Keystones, and Troubadour to name a few. With Country Porn, he recorded and did TV appearances. The band was filmed for a 90 minute Playboy network concert special. With his writing partner, Chinga Chavin, they wrote songs that charted and were included in movie soundtracks.
Dennis Erokan has had as a lot of fun on stage with most of the great music stars of the Bay Area for 25 years as the Executive Producer of the Bay Area Music Awards. That meant he got to jam after the show with some of these incredible stars. He has played bass along side Sweet Johnny Guitar for most of his life and still finds notes to play. Dennis launched the second coming of Bay Area Musician's Magazine. The world wide web will never be the same.
Armand has been in blues and rock and roll bands for more than 50 years; starting getting together with groups in the 60's, then moved to Oakland Ca and discovered a vibrant music scene developing. He has since been playing in the SF bay area as it has evolved, joining the Delta Dogs in 2007.
'Sweet' Johnny Guitar
Mikie Lee Prasad