Those deadly dapper dons of big-city hillbilly chrome twang-a-rama SWANK return to Lana-Lou's with friends We Found A Lovebird, and Pill Squad!! Eclecticism works -- see & hear it in action Saturday March 28 at Lana-Lou's Rock & Roll Eatery (licensed; all ages welcome)
It's true, we've somehow hornswoggled ourselves a corporate type event in the great city of New Westminster! We're playing the Grand Opening of the new Anvil Centre. It's the latest NW jewel and is billed as 'a boutique venue where commerce, culture and community meet'. Anyway, it's Sept 14 (Sun) and we're on at 2:45pm. And it's free!! So there.
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!
A night of frivolity and punk rock love with 3 of Vancouver's hottest bands! Doors at 8pm Music at 10pm 3 bands for $10! SET TIMES The Aquafit Soundtrack 10pm The Furniture 11pm We Found A Lovebird 12am
La Chinga's European Tour Kickoff!! With; Piggy, 88 Mile Trip, We Found a Lovebird and Mississippi Live & The Dirty Dirty
Sounds Like: Big Star, Elvis Costello, The Kinks
Bio: A band that takes its name from a posted announcement found along a waterfront promenade could be dismissed like so many other signs for found pets, purses and mobile phones. Who takes the time out of their busy lives to print and post these messages of hopeful reunion? Do people even read these ...See Full Bio
We Found a Lovebird has a show on 2015-03-28 at 20:30 @ Lanalou's Rock n' ... in Vancouver, BC http://www.reverbnation.com/q/5pd7sq #concert
“It’s a safe bet that Lechner has a Modern Lovers LP in his collection as well, judging by “Give Up the Ghost”, an organ-enriched number with a driving feel à la “Roadrunner”. And while we’re trotting out the ’70s comparisons, let’s throw in Television, a likely inspiration for the wry vocal delivery and searing guitar tones of “Shiver” and “Don’t Blame the Times”. Then again, the cinematic postrocker “Northwest on Southwest Avenue” sounds like none of the above, which suggests that We Found a Lovebird is more than the sum of its indisputably great influences.”