*...Out With the Mold...* 

 You may have noticed some changes here? Been overhauling this website so it looks better and is easier for you to navigate. Check out the new bio, for some cool stuff you may or may not have known. Also shoutout to everyone from the Yukon African Music Festial, and Rick, Gabor and Scott for the kick ass band! On top of that, still doing a lot of shows and rehearsals. Please remember to support your local musician, and me: go to live shows, buy music, spread the word, and sign the guestbook. Stay tooned :)

*...Better To Burn Out...* 

 Playing a bunch of shows for Rendezvous towards the end of the month, plus playing for the African music festival as well as other shows, which I will post shortly the details. More of my music coming out from the studio so be sure and check it out and please remember to support original music or else soon it will be gone. If you like any of my songs, you can take it home for two bucks, less than the price of a coffee. Also, phone up CBC and request the song Someday. It's already been played once, as well as you can hear it on the Juice (CJUC)...Be good to each other (or not, you have free will)...

*...Jagermeister Returns...* 

 Friday night at the Local Bar (the old 202), Jagermeister takes the stage. We won an award once, won a battle of the bands, we used to play this club called Foxy's and our Thursday night shows we're the busiest. We played another joint called Flippers and it was the same deal. We played a few parades (in summer and winter), birthday parties (even for Canada), and a wedding. You'd think this is a serious band, but it's just a fun side project for myself, Adam Cripps and Gabor Nagy. It's nice playing in a band that doesn't have to stick to one or two genres, we do them all. There's no band meetings or votes about songs. If someone wants to play a song we play it, be it a cover or original. Everyone in that band can play the hell out of their instrument and we all get our moments to shine. There's lots of jamming that goes on when we let loose on stage. Chemistry, respect and Jagermeister make for some fun nights of music in the Yukon. Hope to see you all out.
~That Guitar Guy~


 Started writing a song last night and got it finished and recorded and online all before the stroke of midnight on Christmas. Check it out here and on YouTube! It's a song about a pissed of Santa who doesn't forget, and it's a metal tune and tribute to Slayer. I want Tom Araya to record the vocals. This is also for those of you who think I've gone soft, as my songs lately have been a bit more mellow. I'm still hard as a rock ; )
Lyrics: "I had a dream of dying elves, candy cane covered death. Santa stood there laughing, there was whiskey on his breath. The reindeer all hung by fire, black smoke rising higher and higher. A mad man dressed in red and white, coming down your chimney tonight... Santa sleighs...All around the world. Santa sleighs...Every boy and girl... He sees you when you're sleeping, doesn't like when you're awake. Knows if you've been naughty or nice, and he decides your fate. Nobody ever sees him coming, it's like he's cast a spell. He takes on Jesus Christ, he's a Christmas saint from hell... Santa sleighs...All around the world. Santa sleighs...Every boy and girl... He's got a list and he's checking it twice, you better pray he's jolly. Comes for you in the still of the night, leather boots and boughs of holly. Not a creature's stirring, as he fills his magic sack. Shouts Merry Christmas, but you know he's coming back... Santa sleighs...All around the world. Santa sleighs...Every boy and girl... Santa sleighs...All around the world. Santa sleighs...Every boy and girl..." Words/Music by Roxx Hunter Copyright Roxx Hunter 2018. SOCAN.

Keep Your Stick On The Ice,


*...The Shortest Day...* 

 Solstice is here, the darkest day of the year. We only see the sun for a few hours, but then the days get longer. I'm playing tonight, in Whitehorse, with Rick Sward. We have a Solstice/Christmas party. We play a lot of original music, requests and we bicker. Our shows are as good as any other show cause musically, when we decide to play, we kick the hell out of every song we do. It's a musical experience, not just two guys playing songs. Rick is the best rhythm player in town and he lets me really step up and do my thing. I'll also be playing Sunday night at the Gold Pan Saloon with Kim Rogers, lots of Rock and I'm looking forward to that...Nothing else booked so far for the rest of the year, but some possible recording dates...Be good to each other!

*...Whose Boots Have Bed Been Under...* 

 Thanks to the Yukon Outfitters Association for a really fun evening. Whiskey Flats had the dance floor packed and lots of guests, including Clint from Yukon Jack. Looking ahead am playing Friday night at the Local Bar (the 202) with girl rockers Shagadelica, Saturday night at the Local Bar with Whiskey Flats, and Sunday night at Whiskey Jacks with Rick Sward. Thanks also for checking out, and buying, my new music and my music lessons...More coming down the line...

*...Saddle Up...* 

There's a new country band in Whitehorse called Whiskey Flats, ready to deliver a boot scootin' good time all across the North. New country, old country, all country in between. Wayne Smyth is on drums, Alex Giczi and yours truly on electric guitar. Kim Rogers on Vocals and acoustic guitar. Pam Phillips on bass and vocals, and Adam Easton on guest vocals. There is a Facebook page and we will make more of an online presence in the weeks to come, Our debut is this Saturday at the Yukon Outiftter's Fall Roundup dinner and dance. We have the amazing Mike Wilson on sound and should be a packed house. If you're on facebook go check out the page...

*...Braking News..* 

 Sitting here on either a very shaky bed or we're having a lot of small tremors...Anyway, the news I have it's not so groundbreaking. Was in the studio tonight and got some tunes finished, you can check em out on the music page...Spread the word if you dig...And I got given a CBC shirt the other day...random


A few weeks ago I got to meet Bumblefoot, again. I met him briefly standing in line for the Yngwie/Bumblefoot/Gary Hoey tour. This time, he was using one of my guitars for a show in town. I couldn't go to the show cause I had one of my own, but was cool to see my Breedlove in the hands of a master player. Super refreshing to meet someone who has fame but is humble. The meeting before that with another known musician that I had, was disappointing as the guy was kind of a douche, so hanging with Bumblefoot was refreshing. We just talked music and he jammed a bit...Anyway, busy weekend of rehearsals and shows. Rocking the big stage at the KDCC tonight with Shagadelica. Then Sunday at Whiskey Jacks with Rixxx.

*...F-R-I-D-A-Y Night Lights...* 

 Sorry for the lack of updates, been busy rehearsing for some big upcoming shows, and had 4 shows last weekend. Only 2 shows on tap this weekend. Friday night playing bass and Saturday playing guitar. Also, some people browse this sight that I wish they wouldn't but there is nothing I can fucking do about it. The nature of social media...See you around, be sure and check out my shows...And hit me up for lessons, in person or online. Got some amazing students right now!