Arkells are in Guelph tonight playing Cowboys. From their website: "Most country bars are ran by people who have no understanding of Agriculture or small town culture. We are a country bar ran by and for real Country people. Our goal is to create the atmosphere of the ultimate Bruce County shed party, on steroids." Seriously? I don't think that quote is helping things here.. How about the fact the place used to be an Odeon theater, and is huge inside? Does that help? Bruce County shed party aside, it should be a great place to see Arkells & Hollerado.
I know it was mentioned here that Julie Fader was going to be at the eBar in Guelph October 28, but I felt she needed her own recognition.
"Julie Fader is probably best known as back-up singer to the indie stars... but it's that golden voice of hers that really elevates whomever she's playing with." (CBCRadio3)
Agreed! Absolutely stunning voice. Have a listen for yourself.
Currently touring with Graham Walsh (Holy Fuck) on guitar & Daniel Ledwell (In Flight Safety) on guitar/lap steel.
I'll see you at the show tomorrow!
Well look who's coming back to town!? Arkells, Hollerado & Huron are playing an AA show at Cowboys down town Thursday night. Tickets are available here. Wow. Livenation & Ticketmaster. Wow. They've come a long way since their show at the eBar last February!
The Library Voices along with In Flight Safety and Julie Fader are coming to the eBar on Wednesday October 28. The Library Voices were last in Guelph as part of the Saturday night line up on the Island stage at Hillside 2009. They put on an incredibly enthusiastic and lively performance. Do not miss this show!
Corb Lund & the Hurtin' Albertans are coming to Guelph as part of their Losin' Lately Tour. Wednesday Oct 28, 2009 at Peter Clark Hall at the University of Guelph. Tickets are $27.50 and available here.
Tickets on sale at Ground Floor Music (13 Quebec Street), UC Room 274 (U of G) and the River Run Centre box office. The Hidden Cameras are set for a mighty return with Origin:Orphan available on Arts & Crafts. With the utmost flare and charm, Joel Gibb & Co. have created their most spirited sounding record to date. Recorded in Toronto, Ontario and Berlin, Germany, where Gibb calls home most of the year, Origin:Orphan delves into new territory for The Hidden Cameras, including dark synths of the title track and dominant orchestration of Walk On. The band is embarking on a massive North American tour in support of this project. This will be the Camera's second performance at Dublin Street United.
Also on the bill, Snowblink.