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The Dudes, Jumbo, Bad Decisions and Me The Guts at Vangelis
December 12, 2014 @ 10:00 pm - December 13, 2014 @ 10:00 pm
Friday December 12 and Saturday December 13
$12 in advance each night, $15 at the door each night.
Advance tickets available starting 10am on Wednesday October 29 from Beaumont Film & Record, Vangelis Tavern and TicketEdge
The Dudes are legit.
They make rock songs that come from the most closely guarded vaults of the emotional banks. They sing about the triumph of good over no good. They trumpet the march of the working class lady. They tell stories of love gained and lost, knife fights, cops and kindness. The dudes want you to see them play live. They would like you to laugh and dance. After the show, they want to give you a high five. Matt will teach you a special handshake. Bob will ask you for your phone number. They used to have a brown van that took them across canada thrice. Now its paid the price. She’s sitting along the highway at a petrocan in Winnipeg and the last they checked, the doors were still unlocked. You know, if you want to go sit in it or something. Soon they will come to your town in a blue van. Will you be there? Maybe sleep on your floor?
Heavily Jam Rock influenced band JUMBO, formed by guitarist Holden Blue and drummer Dylan Cooper originally as a hard rock two piece in Septermber 2012 has only gotten better since their formation. Adding bassist Mike Roy and Keyboardist Erinn Blue beefed up the JUMBO sound and made it even more raw and in your face. If you like loud guitars, rumbling bass, in your face drumming, and groovy keyboard parts, then this is the band for you. JUMBO takes pride in their live show as it is high energy and the members give it all every time they perform. The JUMBO experience will have you wanting more so come and check us out
The Bad Decisions (Saturday)
Combining fuzzed-out rhythms with gut-punch folk, The Bad Decisions are the latest heavy hitters to emerge from Saskatoon’s beardo rock scene.
Me The Guts
Melodic Punk from Saskatoon