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The Tower of Dudes, Black Valley Gospel

Fri. April 29th 2016 730 PM - 10 PM doors at 7 PM @  Vinyl Envy (All Ages) 730 PM - 10 PM doors at 7 PM
$10.00 at the door only.
Presented by: Vinyl Envy
Vinyl Envy (at 1717 Quadra Street) are pleased to present you another all-ages show in-store on Friday April 29th!

Come spend the evening with us for some great local music from both TOWER OF DUDES and BLACK VALLEY GOSPEL and feel free to dig around for that vinyl you've always been looking for!

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The Tower of Dudes aren’t just your average East meets West gypsy punk accordion rock band. Their lively stage presence and shotgun delivery definitely inspire frenzied dancing and reckless abandon but it’s their expansive repertoire of original songs that set them apart from other acts mining traditional folk music and make them a band for almost any occasion.

https://towerofdudes.bandcamp.com/album/make-your-own-culture

Black Valley Gospel’s innovative sound is the combination of old blues and gospel records, the slow dark riffs of Black Sabbath and the sentimental melodies of artists such as Roy Orbison, Connie Francis and Brenda Lee.

https://blackvalleygospel.bandcamp.com/album/black-valley-gospel

Better yet, the FIRST TEN PEOPLE in the door will RECEIVE A FREE Tower of Dudes / Black Valley Gospel split 7 inch!

ALL AGES show - $10 @ the Door
Doors @ 7PM / Music @ 7:30PM - 1717 Quadra Street

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Special thanks to local artist Liam Lloyd for designing the poster for the show!

The Tower of Dudes

The Tower of Dudes is a high-octane, traveling folk-gypsy-country-punk band that employs an impressive variety of instruments. Their energetic stage presence and rapid fire delivery has been known to incite dancing, chanting and demented sing-a-longs that only end when this band of half-crazed misfits either pass out, or explode. Their eclectic... more info

Black Valley Gospel

Black Valley Gospel’s innovative sound is the combination of old blues and gospel records, the slow dark riffs of Black Sabbath and the sentimental melodies of artists such as Roy Orbison, Connie Francis and Brenda Lee. more info
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