Echo Nebraska, Coastline Pilot, Ben Everyman
Join Vancouver folk-rockers, Echo Nebraska on their Western Canadian tour for a ...
Physical tickets at: http://en0909.bpt.me/
Join Vancouver folk-rockers, Echo Nebraska on their Western Canadian tour for a hometown show at The Media Club on Friday, September 9th. Supporting the band will be Coastline Pilot & Ben Everyman.
Bursting on to the Canadian music scene in the fall of 2014 with the release of a music video for their first single, 'Hey, Allison', Vancouver's Echo Nebraska quickly gained a reputation of combining soul strung acoustic songs with subtle shades of Americana. Within a week of launching the band, CBC Music added the video to their list, 'Best New Music Videos for November 2014'. Their debut EP, Send the Ships has charted well on numerous charts, reaching a high of #3 on CJSF. Echo Nebraska is currently on tour in Western Canada.
Coastline Pilot is a four-piece, indie rock band from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Fronted by twins Thomas and Leo Tesan, bass player Chad Devlin and drummer Launey McG, Coastline Pilot is high energy garage band with apparent musical influences in classic rock, folk and the blues. The band has put much time and effort into perfecting their craft and with a steadily growing fan base, it seems as though the hard work is paying off. Their latest addition of Launey on drums and vocals has seen the band develop a more complete and mature sound.
His music staggers across folk, country, and blues, it hints of satire and parody, glued together by an unquenchable desire to spit in the eyes of convention. He often performs as a one-and-a-half-man-band, accompanying himself on drums and harmonica, lapsing into the occasional tirade or impromptu poetry. Its nothing but the truth, and sometimes it happens to be funny.
The Media Club
695 Cambie Street
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