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Jon and Roy, Buck 65, Hey Rosetta!, Jets Overhead

Sat. September 26th 2009 9.30 - 1am doors at 8pm Market Square (All Ages) 9.30 - 1am doors at 8pm
Presented by: Rifflandia Festival

Jon and Roy (folk, roots, acoustic, reggae)

Jon and Roy went searching for something intangible on their fourth recording, Let it Go. Suffice it to say, they found it. Freedom — from artistic constraints, from audience expectations — became a recurring theme for the duo during the creation of Let it Go. If there was one rule for longtime friends and collaborators Jon Middleton (gui... more info
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Buck 65

Buck 65 - a.k.a. Rich Terfry (sorta rhymes with 'surprise') - is seasoned to perfection. He's got a bit of grey in the beard and walks a bit slower, but he smells unbelievably good. He claims it's natural. Stewed in his own juices and sprawled on the floor in dementia, this hayseed should be restrained. The new long-player, 'Talkin' Honky Blu... more info

Hey Rosetta!

SECOND SIGHT, Hey Rosetta!’s first album in nearly four years represents the longest musical gestation in the band’s history. In part, the delay was due to the lengthy touring cycle following the success of their last album Seeds, which was short-listed for the Polaris Music Prize, and resulted in the band’s first JUNO nomination and a perfor... more info

Jets Overhead (Ambient/Psychedelic Rock)

Boredom and Joy is the new single and album from Jets Overhead. It follows up on the success of 2009′s No Nations; an album that brought the band to new heights with major festival performances at Coachella, Bonnaroo, Sasquatch, and the World Expo in Shanghai. Jets Overhead’s dreamy rock soundscapes have been featured on major network televisio... more info
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