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Event Archive - The Reckoners, Cory Woodward, Redgy Blackout

Wed. December 14th 2011 8:00 pm - 1:00 am The Biltmore Cabaret (No Minors) 8:00 pm - 1:00 am
$10 at the door
The Reckoners
Ricardo Khayatte and Christina Simpson, are at the forefront of Canada's folk revival, delivering their debut EP, ...And The Sky Opened Up at a time when music fans are gravitating to something "real." The six song debut has garnered 4.5 Star reviews in Canada's major market daily papers like the Vancouver Sun and the Winnipeg Free Press, as well as stellar reviews in the Toronto Star's "Anti Hit List" and Exclaim Magazine.

Cory Woodward
“The Edmonton-born singer-songwriter has the uncanny ability to spark a connection between himself and some of the greatest musicians of all time,” boasts Exclaim! magazine about Cory Woodward. And since his arrival on the Vancouver music scene five years ago, he has done nothing but prove this statement to be true. Woodward entices listeners with a soothing, Springsteen-like rasp, then blows them away with the unbridled, soulful bellow of Joe Cocker. Like John Lennon or Jeff Tweedy before him, he can paint a bitter picture of life, but always leaves audiences with a message of hope. With the support of his band Woodward delivers a high energy rock show that you soon won't forget.

Redgy Blackout
At the core Redgy Blackout is Scott Perrie and Jeremy Breaks. Collaborating since '06, they have toured Western Canada consistently and become an exciting live act. Their newest EP garnered critical acclaim from folk/rock and alt country sources for their mix of styles. The songs are woven together with heartfelt vocals and intricate banjo and guitar work. 2011 has been an exciting year for them with appearances at Pop Okanagan, BC Rivers Day Festival and best of all a Top 20 spot in the Peak Performance Project in BC

The Reckoners

Good things happen over time but great things happen all at once. As any Hollywood story strives to portray, the greatest sagas are those that occur inadvertently. Souls wandering aimlessly for years until one day a chance encounter alters their lives forever. Such a connotation inevitably applies not only to one’s personal life but also to t... more info

Cory Woodward

Vancouver singer/songwriter/guitarist Cory Woodward has just released his debut recording, a six song EP titled Princess Of The Skies. His honest and personal approach to song writing often expresses a longing for a healthier world where everyone is more aware of the potential they possess to make our planet a safer, happier place to live. more info

Redgy Blackout

Singer and multi-instrumentalist Scott Perrie and guitar/banjo player Jeremy Breaks have been perfecting their collaborative craft since they met at an open jam in Vancouver. Both came from musical backgrounds, Perrie through the theatre and his grandfathers ‘61 Gibson J45, and Breaks through growing up in his father’s music store in Prince Geo... more info
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