Bio: Good For Grapes formed in September of 2010, after a group of friends took a trip to Victoria, BC for some modest busking. Since the moment they stepped onto the ferry, they were an attraction. Drawing unexpected crowds, naturally this young and aspiring band took form; an original and talented... See Full BioMore Info
102.7 The PEAK and Music BC announce The 2014 PEAK Performance Project Showcase Series, powered by Cariboo Brewing! For 4 Thursdays throughout September and October, we will showcase our Top 12 bands at Fortune Sound Club. These performances will form a part of their overall scores so make sure you come out and support your favourites! Fortune Sound Club, 147 E Pender St. Vancouver Doors at 8:00 pm, Music at 9pm sharp! Tickets Advance: $10 + Service Charge Tickets at the Door: $15 19+
Larry & His Flask - Good for Grapes $15.00 +SC8:00 PMAA / Licensed (Casbah Main Hall)Facebook Event Page Larry and His Flask are a high energy, five-piece carnival of a band that incorporate rock, folk, bluegrass, soul, brass band, punk and alt-country into their own unique sound. Some people call what they do folk-punk, others call it a bluegrass traveling circus and everyone whos seen them live rightfully call Larry and His Flask down right WILD. But no matter what you call it, this is a band that has to be seen to be believed.The Flask hails from central Oregon, smack dab in the middle of the beautiful Pacific Northwest, and is comprised of Jeshua Marshall on contra bass and baritone, Ian Cook on electric guitar and lead vocals, Andrew Carew on banjo, trombone and vocals, Dallin Bulkley on acoustic guitar and vocals, and Jamin Marshall on drums and vocals.LAHF have toured the globe many times and have shared the stage with such acts as Streetlight Manifesto, Descendents, Wanda Jackson, The Dropkick Murphys, Lucero, Old Man Markley, Pokey Lafarge and the South City Three, Reverend Horton Heat, Strung Out, Trampled by Turtles, Less Than Jake, Against Me!, Andre Williams, Blackalicious, Gym Class Heroes, Paramore, Jenny Owen Young, and Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls.Good For Grapes formed in September of 2010, after a group of friends took a trip to Victoria, BC for some modest busking. Drawing unexpected crowds, this young and aspiring band took form; an original and talented six-piece group, with an array of harmonizing voices and instruments. Hailing from Vancouver, British Columbia, this folk / alternative act has been gaining momentum ever since they stepped into the music scene. Their live stage performance has evolved into an incredibly active, folk stomping, and inviting energy; always resulting in an extremely enthusiastic and involved audience. Beginning by supporting charities and foundations, their unique folk sound has been accepted into a large variety of venues. Through this, they have gained a loyal fan base, which grows at every turn.Entering their first Battle of the Bands (Rogers urMusic), they surprised the community by winning the Vancouver vote. As if this wasnt enough, venturing further into the competition found them winning the National vote by a landslide, making them the unmistaken National winners. Soon after, they entered Supernovas Band on the Run to the UK competition. After drawing huge and unexpected crowds to the multiple shows, they quickly won the qualifying round and advanced on to winning the National Vote AGAIN.Since then, in just over a year, the band has had the chance to perform at many festivals around the country, including sought after spots to open for Mother Mother and Spirit of the West at their sold out Commodore Ballroom performances. Currently the band is recording their debut full length album at the Hive Studios, produced by Colin Stewart (Dan Morgan).Tags:
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