On Wednesday March 11 Manitoban band Until Red will be performing down to earth grooves and ear grabbing melodies at the Rossland Miners’ Hall from 7 p.m. as presented by RCAC.

A fitting name for a band playing in Rossland

Until Red booked by the Arts Council to entertain on Wednesday, March 11.

Alicia Wallace

Rossland News

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.

 

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