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An afternoon of Beer, Bands and BBQ's. Once again, the Stewart homestead will be host to a great day of music, happiness and rejoicing. Come join us and a slew of musicians on Sunday, September 1st for a benefit show for the Heart and Stroke foundation. Live music starts at noon and runs until sun down. This is a "BYO" event this year, however we will have Beau's All Natural and St-Ambroise Pale Ale on tap. If you do bring your own beer, please bring cans. We are accepting donations for the Heart and Stroke foundation as well as have a 50/50 draw. As for food, we will supply the gas, grills and side dishes. All you have to do is bring what you want to throw on the BBQ. There will be activities for kids of all ages and of course, a camping section. Bring your tents, lots of blankets and breakfast fixings (vodka and Clamato juice) and come celebrate with us. All are welcome! The Line-up will be announced in the coming weeks.
The Spitfire Nines and Mindset X @ Piranha Bar sat, Aug 10
Sounds Like: The Clash, Cracker, Foo Fighters, Uncle Tupelo, Drive-By Truckers
Label: green miracle records
Bio: The Spitfire Nines hail from in and around Canada's most unique city, Montreal. Working class country meets factory floor rock in stories about friends, jobs, and politics. Kinda like Hank Williams meets The Clash.
: Well folks, the time has come. The Spitfire Nines rolling up to the hanger, shutting down the engine, and... http://t.co/Aif795yLqJ
“Another song on this eight track album such as “Eleventh Hour” is a tribute to Fallen Nils front man Alex Soria. It’s more up beat and kind reminds me of a part in empire records as Renee Zellweger is singing on the roof top… oh yes! The old time fav “Sugarhigh” by Coyote Shivers. It obviously is not the same but nonetheless is probably one of the best songs on the “Eight” album other than “Eldorado”.”