The Free Label

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Alt-pop party bandThe Free Labelare getting wild for two nights at the iconic King Eddy! Catch their gritty, funky sound on February 9 or February 10. R&B artist Jared Daniel will open the show on February 9.

About The Free Label

Toronto, Canada’s beloved party band, The Free Label, proudly boasts the title “your moms favourite.” With a mission to spread their gritty, funky sound worldwide, The Free Label is destined to throw the wildest parties imaginable. Their latest hit single, “Boys Don’t Sob,” has been lauded as one of Spotify’s best funk songs of 2022. Fans can eagerly anticipate the release of the Flip Fone EP in the summer of 2023.

The Free Label has an impressive list of accolades, including the achievement of 1.3 million streams for their hit single “All Night.” They’ve traveled extensively as an independent band, performing all across Canada and the United States, even making it past the border without issue. The band has graced the stage at SXSW and even performed for Richard Branson’s birthday party, going so far as to break into his private suite to throw a party. Additionally, The Free Label has opened for T-Pain at the Calgary Stampede and recently received recognition in “Forbes” for their track “Sugar Momma.” Their latest single, “Boys Don’t Sob,” has been featured on prime time radio all over Japan and caused a stir when it single-handedly shut down Interac money transfers for a day. The band’s legendary live shows have included drinking 72 tequila shots on stage during a single set. In 2023, The Free Label is embarking on a world tour, visiting Canada, the USA, Europe, Australia, and Japan.

About Jared Daniel

Calgary based R&B artist Jared Daniel makes music you can feel. The deep groove of his sound opens him up to share his story with soul and conviction. Some highlights from the year include his recent JUNOfest and NXNE 2023 performances, a half million streams across platforms, signing a distribution deal with AWAL, his First Up with RBCxMusic selection, Marriott artist residency and opening up for Pink Sweat$ at the Calgary Stampede (2023), T-Pain (2022) and Mario at the Palace Theatre (2022). He was selected for the 2022 SOCAN Songhouse and SOCAN House LA residency, as well as performing the Artscape Foundation Fundraiser show alongside Juno-nominated Zenesoul in Toronto. Jared was also nominated for a YYC Music Award – R&B Recording Of The Year.

Sensing within his generation an identity crisis riddled with insecurities, Jared invites his listeners to dig deeper and get more honest with themselves. His first EP (Don’t Worry About Me – 2021) explored themes of anger, forgiveness and spontaneity, all leading towards new life, and now looks to release his debut album “Lost In Translation” in early 2024.

Growing up in a western Canadian culture more accustomed to country music and hockey, Jared instead let basketball and the subsequent hip hop and R&B culture into his heart. The first album he owned (The Space Jam soundtrack featuring D’Angelo and Monica) provides a glimpse of what moved Jared from a young age. From there he followed in his Dad’s footsteps hosting concerts in his local community until deciding to emerge as an artist himself in 2020.

While remaining independent, Jared has recently been granted the opportunity to complete his debut album with the record label “Label You Victorious” (LUV) in Edmonton, from October to December 2023. The producer on this project (BENJII) has produced for artists including Giveon, PARTYNEXTDOOR, and Coco Jones. Jared is set to release his debut album “Lost In Translation ” in March of 2024. He will then share this new music live across North America.


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

Event Details:

Date: February 09, 2024

Time: 8:30 pm

Price: $15 in advance, $20 at the door

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