We've been invited to play The Fairview on Aug 30 (Sat) at 8PM as part of the International Pop Overthrow Festival. Bunch of great bands on the bill. 8:00 We Found A Lovebird 8:45 Danny Echo 9:30 Jason & The Diatonics 10:15 The Winlaws 11:00 Star Collector 11:45 The Orchid Highway 12:30 The Walk-Ins Come early! Stay late!
International Pop Overthrow Festival Vancouver!
Friday, November 23rd: IMU presents The ORCHID HIGHWAY, DIRTY BLUE GROOVE & The BRICE TABISH BAND Doors: 8:00 pm. Admission: $10 Purchase advance tickets online @ http://www.imuproductions.com/tix http://www.facebook.com/events/367825189966850 The ORCHID HIGHWAY is a rock and roll band with classic overtones, distilling a unique and timeless sound from legendary ingredients: years spent in the UK, years spent on the road, years spent on the West Coast, and a band formed around three brothers. With heavy-harmonied, organ-saturated, hyperamplified tunes, their acclaimed self-titled album was released by Rainbow Quartz and has earned them airplay on MuchMusic, Fuse and MTV Latin America. http://www.orchidhighway.com DIRTY BLUE GROOVE is hard rockin' dirty blues from the '60s and '70s including covers from Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughn and Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac. Inspired by bands like Deep Purple and Led Zeppelin, Dirty Blue Groove embraces a simple three piece concept that aims to rock hard and loud! http://www.facebook.com/dirtybluegroove The BRICE TABISH BAND promises to offer something to rock lovers of all generations, from those who appreciate the grit and swing of contemporary blues rockers such as The Black Keys and The White Stripes to those who have completely warn out their copy of Made In Japan or Let It Be. Their funk and blues-inspired brand of original hard rock reclaims the early influence of jazz rhythms on classic rock. http://www.bricetabish.com
The Orchid Highway, Patrick Jacobson, 64 Funnycars, The Touch & Gos, Culture Shock, Rocky Jr., Danny Echo, and Art Kenyon INTERNATIONAL POP OVERTHROW! 40 bands in 5 nights!!Tonight’s show features The Orchid Highway, Patrick Jacobson, 64 Funnycars, The Touch & Gos, Culture Shock, Rocky Jr., Danny Echo, and Art Kenyonhttp://www.facebook.com/events/500395219977171/Doors 8:30 PM, Cover $10
http://www.facebook.com/events/176185709180761/ *** The Orchid Highway’s psychedelic road show once again loads up the Railway stairs. The band will be performing a concert set ie 90 plus minutes of your fav tunes. Bring your dancing shows and get ready to have some serious fun as The Orchids always have a new trick or two. Joining the Orchids will be the newly reformed Stumbler’s Inn and Mojo Groovin. This is going to be loud. Get there early and avoid the logjam in the stairway.
Sounds Like: The Beatles, Supergrass, The Who, The New Pornographers, Fountains Of Wayne
Bio: The Orchid Highway is a rock and roll band with classic overtones. Excellent musicians and performers, this 5-piece has distilled a unique & timeless sound from legendary ingredients: Years spent in the UK. Years spent on the road. Years spent on the West Coast. And a band formed around 3 brother...See Full Bio
This Artist is currently in studio recording an absolute f**kin' masterpiece.
“Rainbow Quartz Sparkling full-length debut from Vancouver groovers. While respectfully observing every rule in the book of how to make the perfect power-pop album, this Canadian fivepiece have nonetheless managed to stamp their own identity on a frequently delightful compendium of hooks, harmonies and hipperthan-thou grooves. Well-fed on vintage Raspberries and mastering the odd Cheap Trick, TOH also reference Big Star (Medicine Tree) and even Crowded House (Let's Stay In Instead). But there's a unifying sound to these great tunes, a fraternal telepathy between Rory Jamie and Derek Macdonald that represents a thoughtful distillation of bygone sounds rather a lazy exercise in derivation. The harmonium flourishes of Sofa Surfer Girl and Ballad In Plain E suggest a boldness and sense of fun that eludes so many other guitar groups with good intentions but a drought of ideas. ••••••••”