Aspirations Monthly Music Series **4AM LAST CALL Thursdays and Fridays, from 8:00 - 10:00, two bands will play for reputable industry experts to get their feedback on whatever it is that they have asked. Bands are given the opportunity to receive answers to any questions that they have submitted. After the first part of the night is done, it is all about the indie bands! From 10 - 2:15, bands will be rocking The Hideout stage followed by drinking and dancing til the wee hours of the morning!!
In support of The Maxwell's Tour
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Ginger Fox Band invades Kingston with the help of The Mansion and T3RR3STRiAL! COME PARTY!!!
Sounds Like: Led Zeppelin Official, Pink Floyd, Black Sabbath
Bio: The Ginger Fox band are firm believers that there are still fresh roads to be travelled in old-school amplified rock. They believe that there's something special that can come out of being in a room with a couple of overdriven amps, a thundering bass, crackling drums, shimmering cymbals and a sou...See Full Bio
“Fans of Freedom Rock rejoice! Ottawa’s Ginger Fox Band brings ‘70s rock from Alabama back to life on their latest EP, Won’t Change. Those who enjoy the Allman Brothers Band and Lynyrd Skynyrd, and who are jonesing for another hit, should really check these guys out. In many ways, listening to Won’t Change is a bit like listening to the first album from the Black Crowes all over again. So, sure, there’s Southern fried rock, but there’s a bit of blues rock, too, particularly on the title track. And while purists might sniff at this next comparison, there’s just a dash of Neil Young added to the mix. So that’s quite a bit to take in, but, again, if you dig any of those names, you’re going to get a lot of mileage here, particularly the kind of mileage you get when you’re out driving on a hot summer’s day with the windows rolled down and the wind blowing through your (one would presume) long hair. This is about as best as you can get when it comes to smoky barroom rock”