You got the blues. Now you get the rock. Or the anti-rock.
After hosting Juno-winning bluesman Harrison Kennedy this past weekend, on Friday, May 24, Manitoba act Trampoline hit the King Eddy stage for what should be a superb night of indie excellence.
Formed five years ago in the ‘Peg, the trio featuring past members of such notable pop acts as The Perms, Don Amero and Royal Canoe — Michelle Lecnik, Steve Martens and Joey Penner, who was also part of one of this country’s most criminally unheralded acts The Waking Eyes — are touring their recently released full-length debut Happy Crimes.
Here’s how it’s described: “A rock musical enterprise that explores the imaginings and feelings of a man anticipating the apocalypse amidst the tensions of his nightmares, political preoccupations and personal traumas.”
Here’s how it sounds:
Wonderful, wonderful stuff.
And we and our friends at the Eddy would like you to experience it live
To win a pair of tickets to the show, please go to our Facebook page, find this post and comment under it tagging a friend you think would be interested in checking it out with you.
We’ll let the winner know by direct message by the end of the Thursday before the show.
Good luck and please keep supporting live music in this city.