Date: September 16, 2022
Time: 8:30 pm
Price: $15 in advance, $20 at the door
Bright country-pop meets gritty country-rock. Megan Dawson and Flaysher are set to share the legendary King Eddy stage, bringing the perfectly harmonious dichotomy of their distinct musical styles together for one not-to-be-missed show on September 16.
About Megan Dawson:
Megan Dawson is a country/pop artist and songwriter from Calgary, AB. In July of 2022, she was nominated for the YYC Music Awards “Country Recording of the Year” for her single “Influence” and is most recently a “Wild Card” pick for the Boots and Hearts music festival Emerging Artists Showcase. Megan has gained over a million collective streams on Spotify, being the top country download at radio for two weeks in a row in May of 2022,” making the top 40 on Sirius XM CBC Country and being featured on multiple editorial playlists on Spotify. Her latest release, “Kissed Me Like That” (Produced by Dan Swinimer) brings an exciting sound for the artist continuing into 2022.
Megan’s newest release, “Kissed Me Like That” (produced by Dan Swinimer and written by Madeline Merlo, Emma-Lee, and Lindsay Rimes) brings an exciting new sound for the pop-country artist. The song brings hooky lyrics and an energetic melody embodying the feelings of happiness when falling in love. Mixed with the combination of Megan’s bright vocals, this song brings an exciting sound to the pop-country space.
Based on the last name of two ‘born and raised’ Albertan brothers, Flaysher is a CMAB Award-nominated Canadian country duo with grit in their blood harmonies and unvarnished truths in their lyrics. Inspired by artists such as Bob Seger, Dierks Bentley, Bon Jovi and Dallas Smith, Flaysher’s songs are rooted in the influence of their upbringing. Raised in small-town Airdrie, Alberta, you can almost hear the sawdust in their voices from growing up on dusty job sites working for the family business.
Flaysher’s new single, “Wild One,” has an undeniable energy and a melody you just can’t help but sing along to. The track was written by Nashville heavy hitters Tebey, Emma-Lee and Karen Kosowski and produced by Dan Swinimer (Billy Currington, Tenille Townes, Madeline Merlo, Tim Hicks, to name a few). It’s a feel-good song about the kind of girl you know you can’t hold onto for long yet can’t help but try.
These true blue-collar boys are known for their high-energy live performances. Every time they hit the stage you can’t help but feel the passion they have for performing and lifting people up and those who are lucky enough to catch them in concert will feel enriched by a moment they won’t soon forget.
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.
Sound production equipment for the King Eddy provided by PK Sound.