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· Feb · 7 Fri 7:30 pm at Arden Theatre
5 St. Anne St St Albert, AB
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Tickets: $38.00 in advance, service fees may apply

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The Bros. Landreth

The Bros. Landreth

Winnipeg, MB
Blues / Country / Rock

Born to a musical family, both Landreth brothers took to the craft early and quickly. Joey played the guitar before he could speak and Dave experimented with every instrument in the house before eventually settling comfortably on his Dad’s old Fender P-Bass. Their father, much respected songwriter and ... Read more

18+ No Minors // General Admission // Show at 7:30 pm

 


Before they were the Bros. Landreth, Joey and Dave were only looking for a good excuse to spend a little more time together after dedicating their respective early years backing up other artists and touring the world as hired musicians. Originally released in their hometown of Winnipeg in 2013, their debut album, Let It Lie, was re-released in 2015 after signing a deal with Nashville-based Slate Creek Records. The album received widespread acclaim, won multiple awards including a Juno, and propelled the band to play over 400 tour dates around the world.

While the band went on a hiatus, affording Joey the opportunity to debut a solo album in 2017, the duo never stopped writing songs that would eventually be recorded for their long-awaited follow-up release, '87 – a nod to the real beginning of the band; the year they became brothers. Praised by Rolling Stone for their quiet storm of slide guitar solos, blue notes and tight harmonies, lifelong musical hero Bonnie Raitt was equally impressed after catching the band's set saying "to hear this kind of funky, southern style rock played with such originality and soul will knock you out!"