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Canadian folk legend Garnet Rogers at The Royal

Nelson Daily Editor
By Nelson Daily Editor
September 24th, 2011

Ra Ra Riot w/ Dinosaur Bones

Monday, Sept. 26 – Showtime 8 pm

Combining indie rock with chamber pop flourishes (courtesy of a small string section), Ra Ra Riot and their eclectic sound will hit the Royal.

This New York six piece is known for their energetic live shows and has quickly gathered a huge following since their beginnings in 2006. 

They have been called Chamber or Baroque Rock – thanks to the cello and violin…the result is a powerful pop/rock sound.

Magic Bus with DJ Express

Tuesday, Sept. 27 – Showtime 10 pm

The Magic Bus features local electronic music every Tuesday.  It’s always a great night on the dancefloor and there’s never any cover.

Variety Shows with Estevan and Tracy Lynn

Wednesday, Sept. 28 – Starts 8:30 pm

Come to listen or come to play…the stage is open.

The Unknown Culprits

Thursday, Sept. 29 – Doors 8pm

The Unknown Culprits and their unique “high octane rock ‘n’ roll” vist the Royal stage once again. 

On tour supporting their second independent full length album, this up and coming trio plans to deliver their brand of rock music with the intensity and high energy performance they’ve become know for. 

Special guests and ticket info TBA. 

The Crooked Brothers w/ special guests

Friday, Sept. 30 – Doors 7pm

The Royal is exicted to have Winnipeg’s, The Crooked Brothers return.  Banjo, dobro, guitar, folk melodies, three part harmony….ahhh the Crooked Brothers. 

Don’t miss these three and their classic sounding folky country tunes. 

An Evening with Garnet Rogers

Sunday, October 2nd – Doors 7pm

  • Tickets $16 in advance and available at Royal Espresso, Eddy Music and  Tickets are $20 day of show

The Royal is very proud to present Canadian folk legend, Garnet Rogers. 

Well known for his career with his brother Stan through the 70’s and early 80’s, Garnet has since been entertaining his own audiences for over the past 20 years. 

We are thrilled to have such a talented musician and legend play the Royal.

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