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Sixgill Saturdays Presents: The River and the Road Album Release Party: The River and The Road, BEHIND SAPPHIRE, Dogwood & Dahlia

Sat. April 14th 2012 9:30pm doors at 9pm @  The Media Club (No Minors) 9:30pm doors at 9pm
$10 Advance
Tickets at: Ticketweb
Presented by: Sixgill Sound
Andrew and Keenan are very excited to announce the release of their self titled Album "THE RIVER AND THE ROAD".
We will be performing as much of the new material from the album as we can possibly manage at the MEDIA CLUB on the 14th of APRIL Presented by SIXGILL SATURDAYS.

With guests:

Behind Sapphire:

Even the adventurous Behind Sapphire couldn't have imagined the things that would happen to them this year. The group spent the first three months of 2011, on the road, touring the vast Canadian continent in support of their self-titled debut album. Their music video for "Oh My, What a Fine Day," staring actress Jodelle Ferland, hit semi-viral status on YouTube. The song was featured in hit TV series Degrassi, and the video was eventually picked up by Much Music. In May, Behind Sapphire was selected as one of BC's Top 20 artists in the Peak Performance Project.

Dogwood and Dahlia

It would mean so much if we could have you and everyone you know that enjoys a good drink and some rowdy Folk/Americana down for a dance!

We promise to make this one of the most fun shows we have ever played, and we want you to be a part of it.

let's rattle the rafters together


The River and The Road

Tickets available from Keenan and Andrew or online at:

The River and The Road

Andrew Phelan and Keenan Lawlor had both only lived in Vancouver a few months before they met and began recording a full-length album together, self-titled The River and The Road, on a shoestring budget. The release of that album in the Spring of 2012, and the addition of drummer Cole George and bassist John Hayes confirmed the final lineup of The ... more info


It is fitting that just seconds into Behind Sapphire’s eponymous record, guitarist Matthew Mazankowski utters that most sacred of musical tropes: “I’m free to make my noise,” he sings in the harmonized verse that leads off the album’s rootsy opening track, “The Call of the Wild.” As is the case with just about anyone that has employed... more info
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