We've got a great show coming up on Monday, May 4th at Bar None. For those of you who have been wondering when we were going to do a Kingston show again, here is your chance to see us with two other incredible bands. I know it's a Monday, but chances to see a show that rocks this hard are few and far between. Don't miss it!
When : Monday, May 4th
Where : Bar None - Kingston ( Division St. between Princess and Brock )
How Much : $10
Doors : 8:00 P.M. ( It would be a good idea to get there early if you want a table)
Start Time : 9:30 P.M.
Three rock/alt-country trios! Coincidence, or divine intervention? Either way, jump on this one because it will certainly sell out.
GRADY is the result of Big Sugar's Gordie Johnson trading in his Hugo Boss wardrobe for a pair of cowboy boots, but if anything the sound has gotten heavier, ranging from heavy stompers to raging cow-punk. His long-time soundman Big Ben Richardson joins him on bass, and part of what makes a Grady show so amazing is how the ~90lbs Nina Singh kicks such ass on the drums.
"I saw them in Austin at SXSW and told 'em they were a punk Junior Brown. Now I've decided they're the missing link between early Johnny Winter and Ministry."--Jello Biafra (Dead Kennedys)
THE SPADES hail from Peterborough, but have a strong presence in Kingston. They recently recorded their new CD, Let It Grow, at the Bathhouse with producer Gord Sinclair of The Trajically Hip. They've toured Canada with the Hip, The Trews, and now Grady. Their sound? This great YouTube clip says it all: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U1PdKujHyrU
TOM SAVAGE TRIO "...a bit of old-school country, a touch of punk, a smattering of Reverend Horton Heat rockabilly, a jazz jam and lot of rock ’n’ roll in the style of the Drive By Truckers, Wilco and Son Volt. "
- Lethbridge Sun Times
Tom Savage Trio - Dirt Road Rock and Roll
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