Who: The Acoustical Sounds of Big Sugar
When: Friday, March 6
Where: Mary Irwin Theatre (RCA)
Mark your calendars - Canada's Hottest Beach Festival is back for another year July 24 - 26, 2015.
Big Sugar have always been known for their powerful, high volume live performances. In this show, audiences will have a rare chance to see Gordie Johnson and the entire BIG SUGAR family in an intimate and entirely acoustic setting.
Chorus-driven anti-folk, the duo of Jon and Roy continue to roll. With four critically-acclaimed roots albums, the group is proud to share their fifth addition By My Side.
Shred Kelly has just released their 3rd album – “Sing To The Night” – on January 27th 2015. The new material shows the growth and depth that the band has explored throughout the creative process, and once again demonstrates their signature claw-hammer banjo riffs, layered ambient synth, powerhouse rock, and sweet vocal harmonies.
High Kicks - honest to goodness ROCK & ROLL!
Gay Nineties - An explosive live performance showcasing their clear musical sensibility and style, inspired by multiple decades of artistic influences.
The spectrum of modern rock is typically split into two camps, with slick commercial chart-toppers on one side and flavour-of-the-month indie acts on the other.
The name ‘Devon Coyote’ encompasses a vast musical project that has grown to be a snarling, pure and powerful sound. With the sincere songwriting and melodic guitars of Devon Bjarnason, the smooth and sultry bass lines of D’Arcy Booth, and the raw, animalistic drumming of Rod Anderson, this group has crossed musical boundaries to create an original and genuine, high-energy experience.
They describe their music as always changing. The songs from their releases end up seeming a little more minimal compared to the tweaked and edited versions they perform live. Altered to maximize impact, the music grows and task on lives of its own. HUMANS are fun guys, and the crowd picks up on it right away.
Who: High Kicks and Gay Nineties
When: Friday, March 27th
Where: The Habitat
Tickets: $10 adv / $15 door