McDonald brings 20+ years of both road and studio experience.
His ten-year gig with The Dynatones, and a more recent
decade with The Tommy Castro Band, have paid off by gifting
him with extraordinarily deep grooves. "Randy McDonald
creates bass lines as intricate as any I've ever heard,
weaving through Castro's guitar work," said Philip
Elwood of The San Francisco Examiner. And lest one entertain
ideas about bass players making peculiar front men, Randy's
epic touring schedule (he's logged well over a million
miles) has borne fruit in the rousing persona of roadhouse
you took a close look at Randy’s McDonald's career
over the past 20 years, you might not think anyone in
such position would have time for a side project. But
as Randy says, "I’m not starting a solo career,
I just want a milestone on the path of my career as a
may have seen him step to the mike on occasion to lead
the band through any number of raucous R&B and original
tunes. "Randy McDonald creates bass lines as intricate
as any I’ve ever heard, weaving through Castro’s
guitar work" -- Philip Elwood (San Francisco Examiner).
McDonald's "Wild Side"