Thu. October 25th 2007 9:30 - 1 am doors at 8:30 @ Railway Club (No Minors) 9:30 - 1 am doors at 8:30
$8, ($6 Members)
Farrell Spence’ debut album, "A Town Called Hell", is a collection of rail yard ballads and lullabies for the lost and lonely, delivered with ghostly, heart-wrenching beauty. Farrell's own smoky, mournful vocalizations and guitar work continue a long-standing tradition of soulful Canadian balladry and guitar stylings -- inspired by The Cowboy Junkies, Neil Young and Joni Mitchell.
Camille Miller (singer/songwriter)
camille miller is an exceptional singer/songwriter and performer originating from victoria.camille has a full length album that she has recorded in vancouver with members of the ODDS.Her music is described as pop/with blues influences.Whether she is performing with an acoustic guitar or playing with her 4piece band,Camille's live performances are f... more info
Ryan McMahon grew up in Ladysmith, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada, where he began playing in local bars on Vancouver Island at the age of 17, under the moniker “Citizen Strange.” There, he befriended several pro-moters that allowed him opening sup-port slots for bands coming through town such as Nickelback and Wide Mouth Mason, ... more info[Upload Show Photos] // [Add Video] // [Upload Poster]