First night of a Winter Residency (Zachary will also be playing in January & February)!!
Zachary Lucky truly is the bread and butter of the massive Canadian folk scene. With an emphasis on songwrtiting and an ear for delicate arrangements – Lucky’s songs will haunt you. He is based in Saskatoon and is the grandson of Canadian country music legend Smilin’ Johnny Lucky.
With his debut solo album, Toronto-based singer/songwriter Dave Allen establishes himself as a bona fide roots music auteur, transporting us to a place that to our modern perceptions will seem uncomfortably foreign, or conversely, all too real. Listeners previously heard flashes of Allen’s brilliance in his previous work with the Barrie, Ontario collective Stonetrotter, but on When The Demons Come he takes full command in bridging his wide-ranging country, folk, blues and gospel influences. Allen’s songs sparkle with the instrumental interplay of The Band, blended with the brooding soul of Bill Withers and the pop inventiveness of Harry Nilsson. To call When The Demons Come a labour of love is an understatement. More accurately, it is a place where both the dead and living can co-exist, sharing their stories and finding peace in doing so.
Sydney Riley is just not any singer songwriter. Sydney is a powerhouse vocalist belting out songs with just an acoustic guitar.
Sydney’s Rock / Folk writing style is lyrically driven while pouring out emotion and melodic hooks.
From Wasaga Beach, Ontario her sound and influences come the artist she will be covering throughout the night from Led Zeppelin, Queen, Fleetwood Mac, The Tragically Hip, The Killers, Mumford & Sons to name a few…
Excellent timing as the beer bearing their name (I, The Mountain & The Leprechaun Flute Red IPA) drops a week earlier! Come and share some pints with the band. Sure to be a good time, and a perfect pre-party for NYE.
I, the Mountain is an alternative folk trio hailing from Peterborough, Ontario. Formed in 2012, the band recorded its acclaimed debut album, Land & Sea, in Kitchener, Ontario, an album which paved the way for much of its success. The record, released in early 2013, married raw acoustic melodies with upbeat rhythm and gentle harmonies and was immediately picked up and re-released through New York independent label Mint 400
Records. Land & Sea enjoyed a successful radio campaign across North
America with singles “Love Inside a Cage” and “Land” being played on core stations in Philadelphia, New York, and Boston. The band released their sophomore effort, entitled Two Birds, an album which, while still based steeped in folk, showcases the band’s grittier and more eclectic side.
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