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Event Archive - LATE SHOW: Rich Hope, DEAD VOICES, Katelyn Molgard

Sat. April 7th 2012 Railway Club (No Minors)
8:30 - 3:00
$10.00 at the door only.
Late show: Rich Hope + Dead Voices + Katelyn Molgard

***RICH HOPE: Rich Hope and his Evil Doers are a two-man quartet of trashy boogie blues. He's the hardest working man in the Vancouver music scene and reviewer
Flora Freisantone wrote that Rich Hope is "one of the best blues explosions since Howlin' Wolf." Backed by his tub-thumping partner Adrian Mack, Rich has toured England with Jim Reid (the Jesus and Mary Chain) collaborated with Gordie Johnson, and opened for the Black Crowes, Jon Spencer, and all points in between. He's preached the gospel alongside the Reverend Horton Heat, spilled out trashy soul in the Penthouse with Andre Williams and shared the stage with Bad Religion. To see this act in the sweatbox that is the Railway Club on a Saturday night is nothing short of sublime.

*** DEAD VOICES: They eat the Eagles of Death Metal for breakfast, drink Death From Above 1979 just to get drunk and f*** the shit out of Motorhead.

*** KATELYN MOLGARD: A new force on the blues and rock scene in Vancouver, Katelyn has more backbone slide than most seasoned vets of the so-called "blues" scene. You wouldn't find her geeking-out over guitar tone at The Yale. Rather, she'll be about 5 blocks down on Granville, enduring leering jocks and belting out mournful wails from behind her Telecaster with a shit-turd of an amp to back it. Now that's real, people.


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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

DEAD VOICES (Punk-and-Blues-Edged Rock 'N Roll)

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DEAD VOICES, the phoenix rising from the ashes of Rio Bent, is launching into a new era of badass female fronted, Rock and Roll. Drawing from 70s Jersey and New York Punk, 80s Metal, 90s Garage and timeless Blues, DEAD VOICES layer compelling melodies with sugar-sweet harmonies over top of scorching hot blues-influenced rock n' roll riffs. more info