Country 105 presents: The Blake Reid Band with Lyndsay Butler
Switch up your Stampede 2019 with a big boost of bluegrass, courtesy of Blake Reid Band.
The King Eddy is teaming up with Country 105 to present a stage-shaking lineup of country-and-more talent every single night of Stampede.
The Blake Reid Band pays homage to the craft of making authentic music rooted in the traditions of country and great storytelling. While incorporating flavors of folk, roots, red dirt, swamp, bluegrass, Americana, rock n roll, outlaw country and more. The Blake Reid Band stays true to the story and, in doing so, whether you were raised in the deep south of the USA, the evergreen forests of Northern Canada, the countryside of the UK, or anywhere in between, their sound, their energy, their stories, will awaken your heart, stir your soul and take you home.
About Lyndsay Butler:
If you were going to sum up Lyndsay Butler in just a couple of words they would be, real & country. With strong country roots and an outlaw, southern rock sound she brings life and passion to every note.Lyndsay has been busy writing, co-writing and performing and is currently working on her debut album. She has opened for Top Canadian Country Recording Artists, George Canyon, Aaron Pritchett, Bobby Wills and Meghan Patrick. Lyndsay has released 2 singles to Canadian Country Radio, Gravel Road and I’ll Drive the Truck, which are available on all music platforms. Lyndsay was crowned the Nashville North Star in 2013, at the infamous Calgary Stampede. In 2012 she walked away with the coveted Ranchman’s Rising Star Award.
This is the earlier of multiple shows we’re presenting on this date. The next show is scheduled to begin at 11:30 pm. When this show is over, we ask that you please make room for fellow ticket-holding live music lovers. Tickets for the second show at the door (subject to availability).
To accommodate as many live music fans as possible, we offer both seats and standing room at our shows. Seats are first come, first serve. We recommend arriving early if you’d like to be seated during the performance.
Sound production equipment for the King Eddy is provided by PK Sound and Yamaha.