Flaysher: One More Light

Seating Disclaimer: To accommodate as many live music fans as possible, we offer both seats and standing room at our shows. Seats are first come, first served. We recommend arriving early if you’d like to be seated during the performance.

Dakota. A given name derived from the name of the indigenous Native American Dakota people. “It means Friend or Ally and it couldn’t have been more fitting for my best friend of almost 13 years.” Brad says. Dakota took his own life in January of 2021.

Suicide is the second leading cause of death for youth and young adults (15-34 years). In Alberta, on average we lose nearly 600 amazing humans every year.

Soon after Blue Monday, on January 28, join us at the King Eddy in Calgary as we celebrate each other and stand together for suicide prevention.

All proceeds will be going to the Thumbs Up Foundation: Thumbs Up Foundation’s purpose is to improve access to mental health care. Our vision is to establish and connect resources for those patients suffering in all areas of mental health. We want to help improve knowledge around mental health; help to create awareness for the need for systemic change(s) to the current access to care, and educate on the devastating loss that can result from these deficiencies.

About Flaysher

Based on the last name of two ‘born and raised’ Albertan brothers, Flaysher is a CMAB Award-nominated country duo with grit in their blood harmonies. As loud and proud Albertan boys, Flaysher is known for their high-octane country songs that have been making waves. Their latest single Good For You has amassed over 150,000 streams in just the first two months.

  • First-place winners of the Ranchman’s Rising Star Competition (2022)
  • Performed at Country Thunder Alberta (2022)
  • Top 12 finalist in Alberta Music’s Project WILD Competition (2022)
  • Official Nominee for YYCMA Songwriter OTY award for “Ride” (2021)
  • Second Ballot Nominee for Country Music Alberta award – Horizon Group/Duo OTY (2021)
  • First Round Ballot Nominee for 3 Country Music Alberta awards – Songwriter OTY & Single
  • OTY for “Ride” & Fan’s Choice (2021)
  • Official Nominee for Country Music Alberta award – Horizon Group/Duo OTY (2020)

About David Boyd Janes

Born and raised in Toronto, David Boyd Janes is being recognized as one of country music’s most promising new artists.

  • Over 7,000,000 digital streams
  • Boots and Hearts Emerging Artist Showcase Winner
  • Top 40 Canadian Billboard hit with “Couldn’t Hurt”
  • 5x CMA Ontario nominee
  • Bell Media Future Star Award
  • 3x #1s on SiriusXM CBC Country – “Couldn’t Hurt,” “Behind Bars,” “‘Til I Found You”

Sound production equipment for the King Eddy provided by PK Sound.

Event Details:

Date: January 28, 2023

Time: 8:30 pm

Price: $20

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