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August 11, 2012

Dead and Divine l Indian City l Architects UK


Happenings at the West End Cultural Centre!
Tickets available at the West End Cultural Centre, Ticketmaster, Music Trader, and Winnipeg Folk Festival Music Store

August 15
Dead and Divine w/ My Children My Bride, Liferuiner and Silent Amber
Doors 7:15 pm | Show 8:00 pm
Tickets: $15 advance | $20 door

Dead and Divine have announced that they will be doing one last farewell tour across Canada.  They will be playing songs from each record: What Really Happened at Lovers Lane, The Fanciful, The Machines We Are and Antimacy.

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August 23
Indian City “Supernation” Album Release Party
Doors 7:15 pm | Show 8:00 pm
Tickets: $15 advance | $20 door

Vince Fontaine, best known for his multi-award winning band Eagle & Hawk, is here with his new ‘supergroup’ Indian City. 

Indian City includes vocalists Pamela Davis and William Prince, award-winning musicians Neewa Mason, Tik Mason (Segway), and rising star Don Amero. The 10-piece live band is rounded out by Eagle & Hawk veterans Marty Chapman on drums, keyboardist Gerry Atwell, singer Ray “Coco” Stevenson and multi-style Native dancer Buffy Handel. 

Indian City's sound is a mix of world music fusion combining Indigenous music elements and themes with pop, rock and folk. 

They have earned over 40 music awards including 2 Juno Awards, 3 Western Canadian Music Awards, 2 Canadian Folk Music Awards, 5 Native American Music Awards and 12 Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards.

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August 24
Architects UK w/ STRUC/TURES & asightforsewneyes

Architects UK refuse to sit still and rest on their laurels, writing and touring non-stop. They are back with a critically acclaimed new release, “Daybreaker”. Toronto metal/prog/hardcore rockers STRUC/TURES will open the show along with the Halifax based metal band, asightforsewneyes.

The new album was written while on the road for their 2011 global tour. Right after wrapping up the recording of “Daybreaker” they got back into the bus to be direct support for Rise Against and played before 10,000+ people a night.

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