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Montreal's Eagle Tears a surprise at Slice jam

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Open mics are fun because you never know what will happen or who will show up to play.

The Slice had a greatEagle Tears stopped by the Slice to jam. Photo by Richard Amery  turnout for their Sept. 16 jam.

As always there were local performers like pop punk trio Open 24-7 who played an array of covers of Blink 182 and catchy new originals which drew plenty of cheers.
 But the real surprise of the night was Montreal band Eagle Tears.

They were in the middle of a cross country tour and decided to stop by the Slice en route to Saskatoon.

They were a ’70s style southern rock band along the lines of Thin Lizzy, BTO, UFO and Lynyrd Skynyrd.

So there were plenty of high octane riffs and  harmonized guitar solos as they played several songs from their new self titled album.

— By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 24 September 2014 12:31 )  
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