We have no idea what The Sheepdogs are sitting in front of, but Ewan Currie is third from the left.
Saskatchewan's own, The Sheepdogs, rose to fame after winning a contest to be the first unsigned band to ever appear on the cover of Rolling Stone.
Since then, their classic rock infused sound has helped them build on that momentum and they're currently on the road supporting their latest, self-titled album.
SCENE asked the band's singer and guitarist, Ewan Currie, to tell us what he's been listening to lately.
"My Dark Hour" by Steve Miller
Before he was the master of mid-tempo, laid back '70s AM gold, he cranked out this wild rocker. The frenetic drumming of Paul McCartney lends to the song's infectious nervous energy.
"Willie & Laura Mae Jones" by Tony Joe White
A great story song about racial harmony amongst simple country living. White's drawl possesses unimpeachable authenticity. A truly epic tune.
"Wives & Lovers" by Burt Bacharach
This super swingin' little ditty makes me want to strap on a tuxedo and hit the town. A gem from Bacharach full of horn shots, cool piano licks and sweeping strings.
"If I were a Carpenter" by Leon Russell
Here's why I love me some Leon Russell - he takes a song I never cared about and makes it something special, filling it with his ramshackle hillbilly showmanship. Nobody enunciates like Leon.
"Matrix" by Dizzy Gillespie
The funkier side of Dizzy, I've probably listened to this song 10 times a week the last couple months.
The Sheepdogs play the Burton Cummings Theatre December 11th with Yukon Blonde.