Formed in 1978 in Victoria British Columbia, Uncle Wiggly's Hot Shoes Blues Band
started out playing the various pubs and dance halls around Victoria and on the Gulf Islands. In 1979 they released their Debut Album of mostly Original tunes. The album was produced by Powder Blues' Tom Lavin in his Blue Wave studios in Vancouver. After some very strong sales the band was signed to RCA Records and in 1982 the band release their second CD "Here Come's Another. The band toured across the country and opened shows for likes of Muddy Waters, Joe Cocker, James Cotton, Paul Butterfield and Koko Taylor to name a few.