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Title:
Saints and Sinners Tour Cancelled
When:
Fri, Nov 12
Where:
Enmax Center - Lethbridge
Category:
Rock

Description

Time: 7:30 p.m.

Tickets:

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Dear Fans,

After almost two years of planning, delays and replanning, the Saints & Sinners Tour has yet again been met with immovable pandemic related roadblocks and regional restrictions, making it impossible to keep our dates for this November and, as a result, we are cancelling the tour with no plans to reschedule. Please hit up your place of purchase for refund instructions.

On behalf of all four bands, thank you all for continuing to support us over the past 18 months and our combined efforts to do this great thing together. We kept trying to make it happen because of your support and frankly, because it would have been a fuck of a lot of fun. 

Music says it all - we miss the conversation and sharing it with you - it means everything to us. Whatever the coming days and months have in store, let’s face it together, so we come out the other side of this thing still talking to each other and ready to fill the venues across Canada with music again.

~Headstones, Moist, Sloan & The Tea Party.

 

“Canada! Are you ready for some maximum rock ‘n’ roll? All the bands have been talking and we cannot wait to see our fans for a kick-ass night of rock! Our legendary buddies Sloan are now onboard and we are excited to get out and make some long-overdue noise with you all,” - Jeff Martin of The Tea Party.
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Saints and Sinners Tour http://www.saintsandsinnerstour2021.com/

HEADSTONEShttp://www.headstonesband.com/

Headstones are a Canadian punk-influenced rock band that began in 1987 in Kingston and were active until 2003, subsequently reforming in 2011. The band consists of vocalist Hugh Dillon, guitarist Trent Carr, bassist Tim White, keyboardist Steve Carr plus guitarist Rickferd Van Dyk and Jesse Labovitz on drums.

 

 

MOIST https://moistonline.com/

Moist is a Canadian rock band that formed in 1992. It consists of David Usher as lead vocalist, Mark Makoway on lead guitars, Jonathan Gallivan on guitars, Kevin Young on keyboards, Francis Fillion on drums, and Jeff Pearce on bass. Drummer Paul Wilcox left the band just before its hiatus in 2000.

SLOAN http://sloanmusic.com/

In 1991 bassist and vocalist Chris Murphy and drummer Andrew Scott met while studying at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, and with the addition of Patrick Pentland on guitar and vocals and Jay Ferguson on guitar, formed Sloan. A year later the band made their recording debut on the Halifax, Canada CD compilation “Hear & Now” before releasing their debut EP “Peppermint” (1991) on their own label Murderecords. In 1992 Sloan signed with Geffen Records and released their full-length debut “Smeared”.

The band’s 1994 follow-up “Twice Removed”, despite the lack of promotion by Geffen Records due to artistic disputes sold well in their home nation of Canada but not so well in America. The record was undisputedly simpler and more melodic than its predecessor despite the label’s best efforts for Sloan make it noisier and for them to fit into the grunge scene. The album was named “The Best Canadian Album of All Time” by one poll and revered by many other and the band supported the album with a relentless tour of Canada thereafter.

During a small hiatus in 1995 where members pursued their own musical interests, Sloan returned in 1995 and released the single “Same Old Flame”. The single made way for another hugely popular album in Canada “One Chord to Another” in 1996. It was recorded on a very tight budget however eventually got a well-received U.S. release when the band signed with EMI subsidiary Enclave in early 1997.

Sloan subsequently released “Navy Blues” in 1998, the double live album “4 Nights at the Palais Royale” in 1999, “Between the Bridges” in 1999, “Pretty Together” in 2011 and “Action Pact” in 2003. The latter of which was recorded in Los Angeles with Tom Rothrock in the production seat in the hope of appealing to a U.S. audience. Its successor, the 30-track long “Never Hear the End of It” in 2006 saw all members of the band contributing a section of songs and became Sloan’s highest charting album in the U.S.

In 2008 Yep Roc Records released Sloan’s ninth studio album “Parallel Play”, followed by the EP “Hit & Run” in 2009 and the full-length studio release “Double Cross” in 2011. “Commonwealth”, released in 2014 is an extensive double album with each of the four sides written by one of the band members to allow their personalities to blossom.

 

 

 

THE TEA PARTY https://www.teaparty.com/

With a career spanning over thirty years and nine major-label releases, The Tea Party, composed of Jeff Martin, Jeff Burrows, and Stuart Chatwood, have successfully gained the attention of fans on a worldwide level. In addition to selling close to 2 million records worldwide, they have toured a countless number of times throughout Canada, the United States, Europe, and Australia. Much of the band’s success can be attributed to their larger-than-life stage presence. The Black River EP is the first record from The Tea Party since 2014’s The Ocean at the End. The EP release is the first of several for The Tea Party, as the band will be embarking on their 30th year together in 2021, with new music and several deluxe editions planned.

Other Sites:
Jeff Martin on Facebook
Jeff Burrows on Facebook
http://www.stuartchatwood.com

 

Venue

Map
Venue:
Enmax Center   -   Website
Street:
2510 Scenic Dr S
ZIP:
T1K 1N2
City:
Lethbridge
State:
AB
Country:
Country: ca

Description

(403) 320-4040

The City of Lethbridge ENMAX Centre was built as a lasting legacy of the 1975 Canada Winter Games.

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