Sounds Like: Corb Lund, The White Stripes, ELVIS PRESLEY, Johnny Cash, Hank Williams III
Bio: The Uncas bring new meaning to the word original. Their unique brand of music has been described as whiskey cowpunk, post alt-country, and psychograss. The high-energy shows of The Uncas feature five part harmonies, jaw dropping riffs, and hooks that make sparks fly. The band features five songwr... See Full BioMore Info
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End of the World ROCK SHOW Featuring: The McGowan Family Band "Psychedelic Space Invaders" Uncas "Horsemen of the Apocalypse" Bell Jar Blues Band "Zombie Resurrection" End of the World Themed Costumes Encouraged By All !!!
The Uncas have re-united to play a very select few of their favorite towns and Lethbridge is lucky enough to be on the list! Also the Slice turns 6 years old! THE UNCAS http://www.theuncas.com/ http://www.myspace.com/theuncas The Uncas rawk out any time of day, playin' only their own unique brand of Whiskey Twang Cow Punk. They've been all across this continent, and seen many a hilarity. You might not know who they are but you either done a shot with all of them or one of them has stolen one of your beers...it's really hard to say. Come Get Drunk with the UNCAS! TREELINE Despite its origin far south of the tundra Treeline (Lethbridge/Medicine Hat) is a testament to a common yet atypical prairie landform; marking property lines, breaking wind and providing shade over the horseshoe pit. For the past four years the Southern Albertan quartet has been marinating in the underbelly of the Western Canadian Music Scene. Drawing comparisons to succesful prairie artists to come before them like the Swiftys and Old Reliable, it's no suprise that Treeline cites the pioneers of the country-roots tradition like Merle Haggard and Gram Parsons as primary influences. Their debut full-length album, "Prairie Sentimentalist," features a songwriting split between Treeline vocalist Danny Dyck and Sean Brewer, the former main face of Edmonton roots rockers the Uncas. Born of the local landscape, the half-sardonically titled "Prairie Sentimentalist" tells of prairie towns with their dusty sunsets, toppling grain elevators, lonesome highways and dying churches, not out of nostalgia, but out of a kind of appreciation for things betrayed. -Robert O' Hara http://www.reverbnation.com/treelinemusic