This weekend the fun continues!
I know we’re all still recovering from Kazoo! Fest last week but we decided to keep the fun going with two amazing shows this weekend.
Tonight at eBar we’re hosting our 185th show featuring Vancouver’s legendary Ladyhawk making a rare appearance in Guelph to celebrate their 10th anniversary as a band. If you haven’t had the chance to experience Ladyhawk, prepare to have your face melted by one of Canada’s best rock bands. Also on the bill are Kazoo! favourites Marine Dreams who are on tour with Ladyhawk for their string of Ontario dates. We love Marine Dreams and you should too! Opening up the night we have Guelph’s noise crew Dutch Toko who are releasing a tape single made just for the night. Why should you be at this show? In the words of Bry Webb: “Ladyhawk are as good as it gets. I have seen them play many, many times, and every time was the best. They make me feel like a wild young person again. They’re one of my favourite bands in the entire history of bands.”
And on Saturday night, we’re hosting a really special show that we’ve been looking forward to for months. Mount Eerie (aka Phil Elverum aka The Microphones) will be playing an intimate show at the Guelph Black Heritage Society (83 Essex St). Joining Mount Eerie will be Toronto’s Wyrd Visions (aka Colin Bergh) who is celebrating the re-issue of his seminal 2006 album ‘Half-Eaten Guitar’ released on P.W. Elverum And Sun label. There are just a few tickets remaining for this show (on sale until tomorrow at 11am) and we don’t expect to have any at the door. Don’t miss out on this rare performance.
Thanks again and we hope to see you this weekend!