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Well it finally happend... we broke the dance floor !!! Aww I 'm so sorry it was your bar Barber but it had to happen sooner or later. If anyone would like to see pictures they'll be up soon or if anyone else has footage send it in to us . Once again we broke the dance floor , holy crap !!!
Slowcoaster is gearing up to go into the studio again and here's a snipit of some pre production by the one the only Steve MacD... hope this all gets to the people who care the most ... youse gals and guys. Find it at slowcoaster.ca in the media section,happy listening !!!!!!!!!
Well t.o. was a very snow filled trip . delays everywhere for everything, but that didn't stop the rockin . Slowcoaster had a great time at Rancho Relaxo , by the way if you ever eat there try the three amigos it's delish . Thanks to all the folks that showed up and thanks to all our people who made the trip possible , company house , gibson , and Sheri Jones who bailed us out of certain death . Until next time keep your eyes on the skyes
HEY FREINDS, WE'RE PLAYING A SHOWCASE AT 9:00pm. COME EARLY AND FREAK OUT TO YOUR FAVORITE TUNES
So the holidays are behind us, yet it seems as though we are feeling more generous then ever. Check out our online only sale, everything from albums to t-shirts are marked down by MILLIONS.... maybe even ZILLIONS OF DOLLARS!!! http://companyhouse.ca/index.cfm
October; that faithful transition between the bliss of an East Coast summer and a crushing Maritime winter. Slowcoaster had a tremendous run of shows and events throughout October starting on the 5th at what I would call the most beautiful venue on all the east coast, the "Gothic Arches" in St John, NB. The Arches is a giant stone church converted into a live music venue. The show opened up with San Francisco based artist, That One Guy, who dazzled the crowd with his prowess as a one-man band. Slowcoaster played an up beat set of two and a half hours for the St Johners, which is always a fantastic time. The next stop on Slowcoaster’s fun New Brunswick tour was at the Moncton Coliseum for the Molson secret mansion tour. We played a short but blistering set lasting 35 minutes. The three thousand or so folks there had a great time, giving way to a set by Vancouver’s Hedley followed by Montreal’s Sam Roberts. AWWWW, it's good to be home! On the 19th, Slowcoaster preformed at home town fav venue, Smooth Hermans. It was so much fun to play for such a large and enthusiastic crowd on Cape Breton Island. It was great to see so many people supporting live music. With November right around the corner, our schedule looks just as packed, but just as fun as October’s… leaving little time to dwell on the impending winter months.