Newfoundland's Alan Doyle, formerly of Great Big Sea, chalks up a lot of where is he right now with both his third solo album and his second book, released in October 2017, to luck. “I’m the luckiest guy I’ve ever even heard of,” he says. “This was all I ever wanted, a life in the music business, singing concerts. I was lucky to be born in the family I was, in Petty Harbour. I was lucky that Sean, Bob, and Darrell found me and asked me to join their band. I was lucky the Canadian music fans were into it.” And yet, one listen to "A Week at the Warehouse" makes it plainly clear that there’s a lot more than luck at play in this decades-long, awards-studded career. This album, recorded live off the floor with Doyle’s “beautiful band,” as he calls them, with producer Bob Rock at the helm, is chock-a-block with country-tinged, radio-ready tunes that hark back to some of Alan's favorite bands, from John Mellencamp to Rock's own band, Payolas. Recent Alan Doyle shows at The Ark have sold out, so don't delay!