We're excited to be part of Milton's Downtown Street Festival this year! We are playing on the Canadian Champion Stage from 3:45 -4:30 pm.
Come out to The Black Shire Pub on Thursday, October 20th for a great evening of music and drinks! Blair Miskie and The Goods are excited to showcase the evening with London area artist David Usselman. David is a talented singer-songwirter with the guitar skills of a virtuoso. He will no doubt be set to impress for the evening. Blair Miskie and The Goods' tight and energetic live shows marks their dedication in fusing 60's rock and indie rock. Their songs reflect influences ranging from Squeeze and Buddy Holly to Weezer, while "the structure, melody, and theory behind their songs make them a great listen for anyone who has ever wondered what else can be done to rock and roll". - Goderich Signal-Star http://www.reverbnation.com/blairmiskieandthegoods The music starts at 9:30pm, but feel free to drop in early to catch a few drinks with the band and to enjoy the wide Craft Beer selection that The Black Shire has to offer. And the best part is? There's no cover!!!
9:30pm - Peter Kauffman, Andrew Barker and Dan Hickey 10:30pm - Blair Miskie and The Goods
Blair Miskie and the Goods on the Canadian Champion Stage, located at Main and Commercial Street for a performance from 1:25 - 2:10 pm.
Sounds Like: Weezer, Blur, The Beatles
Bio: The initial line up emerged about three years ago with front man, Blair Miskie and bassist, James Beaver who began playing together from the beginning of University. Forming a band with fellow peers, they donned the name “Bread Envy” and soon established themselves throughout London; placing amon...See Full Bio
“Blair Miskie and the Goods performed a sleek, catchy set of all original tunes. Front man Miskie fostered great rapport with the audience, pairing Buddy Holly's endearing awkwardness with mature rock sensibility. This guy really knows how to write a hook. And his lyrics! Murder, intoxication and psychoses-all wrapped up in glossy pop wrappers. Like cyanide in a bubble gum wrapper. The Goods delivered the goods, featuring technical but bluesy keys solos, Motown breakdowns and great chemistry overall. I'll be sure to pick up the band's new EP "Events Soon Forgotten." ”