Trifecta Concert Series
Manitoba and Saskatchewan artists team up for three days of music, art and culture showcasing the diverse talent of the Prairies. Featuring performances from a diverse collection of acclaimed artists, including JUNO Award-winning soul/pop outfit Chic Gamine, alt-country favourites The Deep Dark Woods, 2014 Western Canadian Music Award nominee marijosée, singer/songwriter and former Waltons front man Jason Plumb, and a spectacular outdoor performance from the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, with more acts to be announced.
Sounds Like: Jack Johnson, Ben Harper, Maps & Atlases
Label: Parkland Rock Radio
Bio: Keiffer is a genuine prairie kid who is taking giant steps on the path of the indie music scene. From his stories about skipping out of choir and learning the piano from his grandmother, to him recalling the impact a Bob Marley poster had on his music career, makes you appreciate how far he has c...See Full Bio
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“Wednesday night brought in a gathering of friends, family, and fans of Keiffer Mclean and the Curiosity club for the release of "Drama in the Attic", the debut release from Keiffer and the group. The Artful Dodger was at capacity, as the audience were treated to the unique skills and stylings of Mclean. Mclean brought along a group of friends and talented musicians to accompany him and play songs off of his first album. Keiffer is just one of those artists you have to listen to, to really understand the excitement behind him and his work. It really is a style uniquely his own. His guitar work hovers between the lines of technical and experimental and free flowing, and his voice is superbly strong and defined. Hitting pitches that feel slightly flat but they aren't off. It's just part of the music and who Mclean is. It's a subtle tactic that makes you listen even harder. The show itself was a testament to the hard work and practice everyone must have put into preparing for this show.”