In 2011, The Sheepdogs made history when they became the first unsigned band to grace the cover of Rolling Stone, topping 15 other artists in the magazine's "Choose the Cover" contest. Now, The Sheepdogs' journey is documented in Beware the Dogs, following the Canadian rockers - Ewan Currie, Ryan Gullen, Leot Hanson and Sam Corbett - from humble beginnings to landing Rolling Stone's cover and the ensuing musical and popular success. In a time when the saturation of musical groups provides a sea of unknowns who remain unseen and unheard, The Sheepdogs have managed to ride the wave and rise above. And deservedly so: After hundreds of shows, pushing through roadblock after roadblock, The Sheepdogs perfected their vintage-boogie rock sound and winding vocal harmonies. They aspire to create music the way they like it, keeping their sound true to themselves no matter how bright the spotlight shines. Their music and tight live sets have the power to instantly win over classic-rock fans. In ...