POSTPONED: Homegrown Country Series with Shaela Miller

The King Eddy will be postponing all live performances until 2021, following the Government of Alberta’s enhanced public health measures. New dates are yet to be determined.

Honky tonk country songstress Shaela Miller performs for the Homegrown Country Series at the King Eddy, coming to you from the safety of our “musiquarium.” Can’t make it down for the performance? We’ll be live streaming the event, so join the virtual show on our Facebook page.

To ensure you have a spot for the show, reserve your table now!

About Shaela Miller:
Shaela Miller’s spent over a decade in Alberta country, and no doubt, her Joan Jett vibe, songwriting chops, and outstanding vocal tone could have put her on a number of paths, but she’s never bowed to the constant, overwrought attention-seeking bombast so common to today’s country radio.  As one of the Canadian prairie underground’s most respected independent artists, Shaela Miller  is playing the music she wants to, adding the elements that progress for her vision, while firmly grounded in that go-to sound generation after generation grew up hearing on AM radio in single-cab farm trucks; picked-up shuffles and sweet, yearning songs depicting both the good times and hard times that only get written by someone who’s lived every minute of them.

Miller’s upcoming LP, Big Hair, Small City, shows an incremental instrumental expansion from her previous full-length, 2018’s Bad Ideas. Amid the subtlety of Miller’s classic sawdust boogie, Big Hair, Small City, the latest single, shows her growing, record cutting maturity, adding just the right elements to build a distinct Tennessee noir. Classic brill building harmonies add a piece of the city to the churchy vibes of vintage organ tones painting her arrangements, a neon-sign-hanging-in-a-stained-glass-window feel.

Seating Disclaimer:
We recommend reserving a table in our dining room to secure your spot for the performance while enjoying some delicious food and beverage offerings. Reserve your spot now.

Sound production equipment for the King Eddy is provided by PK Sound and Yamaha.

Event Details:

Date: December 12, 2020

Time: 7:00 pm

Price: No cover

 

Hours of Operation

Monday  closed
Tuesday  closed
Wednesday  closed
Thursday  closed
Friday  11AM – 10PM
Saturday  10AM – 10PM
Sunday  10AM – 5PM

*These hours are subject to changes depending on programming.