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Event Archive - Late show: indie-pop: CROSSING LIONS, Hunger Hush, Sons of Granville

Thu. September 29th 2011 Railway Club (No Minors)
$8 at the door only.
Late show:

Crossing Lions is a young, exciting Vancouver based indie-pop quartet. Smooth harmonies and mellow bass lines will warm your soul while catchy drums and guitar licks will keep you tapping your foot.
Calgary-based indie rockers Hunger Hush are coming out west for the first time in support of their debut self-titled album. Packing an arsenal of songs that range from energetic indie-pop to earthy blues-rock, Hunger Hush evokes Attack in Black, Wilco and the Hold Steady - sometimes all at once. Come see why these guys are quickly becoming one of Calgary's most talked-about live acts.
Sons of Granville combines ferocious finger-style guitar and brisk classical violin to form a synergized sound that is at once passionate, inspiring, soulful and beautiful. The result is a truly unique musical experience full of classical, rock, Spanish/gypsy, and folk influences.


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Sons of Granville (Ambient)

Romantic instrumental music inspired by the film scores of the 20th century, featuring composer Thomas Beckman on viola/violin, producer Justin Brown on guitar/ukulele and percussionist Jarrett Plett on cajon and hang drum. more info
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