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Shakey Graves Live at the Kelowna Community Theatre

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March 21, 2019

Location: Kelowna Community Theatre
Address: 1375 Water St Kelowna, BC V1Y 0B4, Canada
Time: 8:00 PM

2019-03-21 20:00:00 2019-03-21 16:00:00 America/Vancouver Shakey Graves Live at the Kelowna Community Theatre Shakey Graves (Alejandro Rose-Garcia) is an American Americana musician from Austin, Texas. He combines blues, folk, and rock and roll. “Rose-Garcia received his stage name at Old Settler’s Music Festival in 2007 after he and his friends jokingly gave each other Indian guide names over a campfire.” Shakey Graves’ new album, Can’t Wake Up (Dualtone), has received praise for veering from the inevitable to the revelatory; its thirteen songs teeming with jarring musical and thematic collisions and thrillingly seamless intersections, gnarly psychological hornswoggles and ecstatic resolutions. Central to the prevailing sense of disorientation are the lead vocals, none of which is purely solo. Instead, each lead performance is shadowed by a queasy harmony or slightly out–of–sync unison part, giving the sense—especially on headphones—that these voices are emanating from inside the listener’s head. $35.00 Kelowna Community Theatre 1375 Water St Kelowna, BC V1Y 0B4, Canada events@kelownanow.com

Shakey Graves (Alejandro Rose-Garcia) is an American Americana musician from Austin, Texas. He combines blues, folk, and rock and roll. “Rose-Garcia received his stage name at Old Settler’s Music Festival in 2007 after he and his friends jokingly gave each other Indian guide names over a campfire.”

Shakey Graves’ new album, Can’t Wake Up (Dualtone), has received praise for veering from the inevitable to the revelatory; its thirteen songs teeming with jarring musical and thematic collisions and thrillingly seamless intersections, gnarly psychological hornswoggles and ecstatic resolutions. Central to the prevailing sense of disorientation are the lead vocals, none of which is purely solo. Instead, each lead performance is shadowed by a queasy harmony or slightly out–of–sync unison part, giving the sense—especially on headphones—that these voices are emanating from inside the listener’s head.

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