The Bros. Landreth
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October 12, 2017
Location: Kelowna Forum
Address: 1317 Ethel St Kelowna
Time: 6:30 PM - 9:30PM
Website: View Website
LISTEN: I am the Fool/ Made Up Mind https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jWBClYv-Nrg
GEN ADMISSION $25 Tickets Limited Concert Seating
Presented by Vida Promotions
~Beer~ Wine~ Baileys~ Bite Snacks~ Juice~ Pop~
Let It Lie, the JUNO winning debut release from Canadian roots-rockers the Bros. Landreth, had them touring the world, playing concerts and festivals on three continents.
In 2015 they collected a JUNO for Roots & Traditional Album of the Year and a nomination for the Americana UK International Artist of the Year.
Siblings David and Joey Landreth attended their fathers bar gigs as babies. He played with the likes of Amos Garrett and introduced them to Artists like Bonnie Raitt, Ry Cooder, Little Feat, Lyle Lovett and John Hiatt. Later they had a chance to meet Bonnie Raitt who says “I haven’t liked a band as much as the Bros. Landreth in a long time….they blew me away. Great singing, playing (killer slide guitar), songs and the band seriously kicks”
In the fall of 2016 the collective took a hiatus - giving Joey an opportunity to further explore his
growing reputation for being a first-rate guitar slinger with the release of a solo album, Whiskey, which he toured extensively through Canada, the US, and the UK.
The Band is back and at last, another album is in the works. It’s an album about open highways and broken hearts, anchored by the bluesy wail of electric guitars, the swell of B3 organ, and the harmonized swoon of voices that were born to mesh. At first listen, you might call it Americana. Dig deeper, though, and you’ll hear the nuances that separate The Bros. Landreth — whose members didn’t grow up in the American south, but rather the isolated prairie city of Winnipeg, Manitoba
At AmericanaFest 2014 Rolling Stone called them “...some of the best Southern-style blues we
wolfed down all weekend. …a quiet storm of slide guitar solos, blue notes, three-part harmonies…”