Roots rockers take note! The Rossland Council for Arts and Culture has lined up a concert that will appeal to a younger demographic than the majority of the shows the arts council usually presents.
On Wednesday, March 11, Manitoban band Until Red will be performing down-to-earth grooves and ear-grabbing melodies at the Rossland Miners’ Hall at 7 p.m..
The band is on tour throughout Western Canada playing at 24 different locations. And this is one band with a fitting name to be performing in Rossland.
The band contacted the arts council about adding Rossland as a tour stop. Rossland folk will be delighted they did as they leave your face feeling like you’ve laughed for a lifetime, your heart lifted and your circle of friends feeling three dudes bigger.
Having played together since they were 14, the three young men — Liam Duncan, Dylan MacDonald and Roman Clarke — have palpable chemistry, are full-time musicians and devote all their energy to Until Red — and it shows.
“Through much deliberation and careful consideration by the [arts council], they decided to bring us in for a show. Basically, we got in touch with Tara and thanks to some miraculous luck (and some flattering promo pictures, I’m sure) we are now planning a big show at the Miners’ Hall,” said Clarke.
The group spends a lot of time touring Western Canada in a van, making fans and friends wherever they go. Until Red’s goal is first and foremost to entertain — and they do it. Every. Single. Time. Effortlessly weaving story-telling, deep grooves, audience interaction and sweet solos an Until Red show is not one you will forget.
Tickets to this show are $20 and should be purchased in advance at Out of the Cellar in Rossland, the Charles Bailey Theatre box office in Trail, or online at rosslandartscouncil.com. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. with the show starting at 7.
To preview Until Red’s music visit untilred.com.