The Tower of Dudes, COUNTRY MOUSE, Hearse

Sat. February 24th 7:30PM - 10:00PM doors at 7:00PM (All Ages)
$10
Vinyl Envy is proud to present another night of rip-roarin' live music featuring

The Tower of Dudes (Victoria, BC)
https://www.facebook.com/thetowerofdudes/
The Tower of Dudes aren’t just your average East meets West gypsy punk accordion rock band. Their lively stage presence and shotgun delivery definitely inspire frenzied dancing and reckless abandon. But it’s their expansive repertoire of original songs that set them apart from other acts mining traditional folk music, and make them a band for almost any occasion and any venue, from the bars and community halls of Vancouver Island, to major festival stages all over the world.

Country Mouse (Nanaimo, BC)
https://countrymouse.bandcamp.com/releases
Nanaimo's doom country rats, Country Mouse, will join our stage for the first time and play some dark americana destined to draw you towards Death's door! There is certainly an ethereal eerieness that encompasses their sound.

Hearse (Victoria, BC)
https://hearseband.bandcamp.com/
Influenced by anger, sadness, the futility of life and the fear of death, Hearse is the voices of J McLaughlin and Grayson Walker, guitar and accordion respectively. They have been told that despite their obvious focus on the participants of their performances, spectators also find solace in the evening Hearse.

~ ~ ~ SATURDAY FEBRUARY 24th ~ ~ ~
Doors 7:00PM - $10 at the door - ALL AGES WELCOME
1717 Quadra Street ~ [ VINYL ENVY ] ~

The Tower of Dudes

The Tower of Dudes is a high-octane, traveling folk-gypsy-country-punk band that employs an impressive variety of instruments. Their energetic stage presence and rapid fire delivery has been known to incite dancing, chanting and demented sing-a-longs that only end when this band of half-crazed misfits either pass out, or explode. Their eclectic... more info

Hearse (Folk Cabaret Couple)

A hearse is the vehicle which conveys each of us to our final resting place. The word might evoke thoughts of cars and trucks driving us to our graves or the horse cart leading up to the pyre. To the hearse's padding and curtains and carving go the job of easing the passage, for the spectators in equal if not greater measure even so than for the... more info