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Event Archive - Swank, David P. Smith, Rich Hope

Sat. October 2nd 2004 Railway Club (No Minors)

Swank (Cowpunk Meets 60's Garage)

Swank's first album, "Pappy's Corn Squeezins" (2001) was conceived by the band to sound like The Ramones playing Johnny Cash. Produced by Howard Redekopp, the album was described by the legendary Ray Condo as "New Wave Country"-an apt description for a fine debut that holds its own to this day. The group's second album "The Survival Issue" (2004... more info

David P. Smith

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David P. Smith has been writing songs, performing and recording for 20+ years with various configurations of musicians you can explore on his Live Victoria profile. He has established himself as one of Victoria’s most captivating and original songwriters. Sad, savage, slapstick, surreal songs, vivid spaces where humour and despair battle on a d... more info

Rich Hope

Blazing rock 'n' roll, rootsy twang, and straight from the heart laments mix and mingle to state that all is well in the kingdom of good honest rock music. more info
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