The Rumble, The Denim Daddies and Tanner James
Where: Palomino Smokehouse and Social Club
109 7 Avenue S.W Calgary
When: Friday November 3rd, 2017
Admission: $10.00 Advance Available at https://slothrecords.wordpress.com/ or https://www.myshowpass.com/the-rumble-the-denim-daddies-and-tanner-james/
Ladies and gentlemen! Regular men! Children with fake IDs! Don't miss out on the most potent dose of rock and roll you'll find this side of hell. They've got songs to play all night longs: slow, fast, future and past, passionately frantic and cynically romantic. Tell your friends if they haven't told you, if you don't have any, they got songs for you too.
People, these four poor freaks know one thing only. That's making grade A rock and roll music for you to shake your hips to. So don't miss out, come see the show before they implode. - https://www.facebook.com/therumbleYYC/
The Denim Daddies
Born out of a drink at a dive bar in Edmonton, Alberta, The Denim Daddies are a shot of the ol’ outlaws attitude mixed with the modernism of alt-country and a splash of the Nashville sound, all glassed in the classic sound of a traditional 3 piece band. Their songwriting blends politically and socially charged themes with simple, down to earth lyrics, which are layered atop intense and intricate parts with tight vocal harmonies and a rippin' rhythm section. Blurring the lines between country and rock these dance floor troubadours are embracing the resurgence and new sound of modern country music. From dirty cowboy bars, to hipster juke joints, to sweaty basements, The Denim Daddies appeal to every country music stereotype. - https://www.facebook.com/TheDenimDaddies/
I learnt to write songs on a beach in Maryland when I was 20 years old. I was sleeping in a hammock in the woods on the edge of town, trying to make a girl fall in love with me. Busking for change on a boardwalk on the beach will put words in your mouth.
Riding horses and driving tractors in Southern Alberta was my childhood. I was a farm boy and I spent my days wandering with my dog, humming the songs I heard on the AM radio. My grandpa could spin a story out of anything and he taught me how to do the same.
I started an indie rock band and we were together five years. We had an old red van and we toured the country. I fell in love with every town and city we ever played in and every highway line we ever passed.
My roots caught up to me as they often do as a person grows. I remembered all my time on the farm and all the stories my grandpa told. Folk and country music started to call my name and I started to learn how to play it.
My name is Tanner James and I am a singer, a runner, a traveler, a dreamer, a troubadour and a guitar picker. Most of all, I’m a storyteller, and I have given up everything to do it. - https://www.facebook.com/tannerjamesmusic/
*This event takes place on the territory of the Blackfoot and the people of Treaty 7 Region in Southern Alberta, which includes the Siksika, the Piikuni, the Kainai, the Tsuu T'ina and the Stoney Nakoda First Nations. Calgary is also home to the Metis Nation of Alberta, Region III.