Monday, September 15th
Tickets: $6 advance / $8 day of show at Ticketweb.com, Babeville Box Office (M-F 11a-5p), Rust Belt Books, and Terrapin Station, or charge by phone 866-777-8932
7pm Doors 8pm Start
The Bros. Landreth live in the 9th Ward with Artifact opening the show!
After spending the last decade supporting some of Canada’s most talented artists from Doc Walker to Imaginary Cities and developing a reputation across Canada and various parts of the world for their exceptional musicianship, Joey and David Landreth have at long last taken the plunge into a project that is uniquely their own, The Bros. Landreth.
To complete the band The Bros. called upon drummer and long-time musical cohort: Ryan “Rhino” Voth (Del Barber, Fred Penner, The New Lightweights). A child-hood friend, he’s grown up playing and working with both Landreths, together and separate, in an innumerable combination of musical outings.
Their debut album, Let it Lie, was recorded through the dead of winter in Southern Manitoba with the guidance of friend and producer Murray Pulver (Doc Walker, Tara Oram, Crash Test Dummies). Through and through they are alt-country road maps that are sometimes auto-biographical – hinting at the fallout of a life as a touring musician, and occasionally fictional – exploring melancholy themes of love gone bad and love gone worse. They leave the esoteric behind in favor of delivering their stories simply and never letting their road-proven musicality stand in the way of the songs speaking for themselves. The result; an undeniable vulnerability in the plain spoken narratives, songs that weave a heart on your sleeve tale of finding your way through love and heart-ache.
“The Bros. Landreth are a compelling package. Undeniable musicianship, slick harmonies, and an ear for beautiful melodies were what initially attracted me to their music. Their sincere approach to songwriting and their knack for story telling are what have kept me listening.” – Julien Desaulniers – Artistic Producer for the Festival du Voyageur
Slide guitar, blood harmony, and heart-on-your-sleeve songwriting and you’ll get The Bros. Landreth. Catch them as they take center-stage and bring their one-of-a-kind, intensity-packed performance live to the 9th Ward!
Date(s) - 09/15/2014
341 Delaware Avenue