Date: February 07, 2020
Time: 9:00 pm
Price: $12 advanced, $15 at the door
A double dose of Canadiana-infused folk from Edmonton’s Rosina Cove and The Brooke Wylie Band.
About Rosina Cove:
Rosina Cove offer up unpretentious Canadiana with a big heart. Fronted by award-winning songwriter Peter Stone of 100 mile house and rounded out by some of Canada’s finest musicians they just completed their debut album ‘Someday We Will Make It There,’ set for release in May of 2020. After a year that has seen them receive radio play on CBC, CKUA and across Canada on community and campus radio, and a summer full of festival appearances across western Canada, 2020 is sure to see this group of seasoned musicians making tracks across the country.
About The Brooke Wylie Band:
Brooke Wylie is a uniquely Canadian roots singer/songwriter born and raised in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
Boasting three full length albums under her belt to date, Brooke is set to release a brand new handful of songs, in an EP called “Part One”, on September 13, 2019 . These songs were arranged with her wonderful Calgary band, The Brooke Wylie Band. This group of powerful musicians includes Garth Kennedy (keys), Jay Bowcott (lead guitar), Ben Jackson (drums) and borrowed from Lethbridge, they welcomed Paul Holden on bass.
With a signature voice and beautifully crafted songs, Brookes’ distinct style of music and quirky tales about love, her take on social issues and the Canadian landscape now span three and a half albums and performances all throughout Canada.
Brooke’s performances are all about entertainment, delivering big, fun songs along with stories and laughter. Featuring her remarkable voice, Brooke’s songwriting is simple yet deeply personal, and set to music that ranges from foot-stompin’ barn-burners to heart-breaking ballads, to thoughtful reflections of human life experience.
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.