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Candye Kane: authenticity that reels you in, leaves you wanting more

Nelson Daily Editor
By Nelson Daily Editor
November 23rd, 2011

This week at The Royal on Baker …

Variety Shows with Estevan and Tracy Lynn

Wednesday, November 23rd –  – Starts 8:30 pm –

Join us for another great night of the unexpected as we watch and listen to whomever decides to take the stage. Open mic night is always a great evening of music in a town with so many talented individuals. 

Ballgag ‘n’ Chain Gang

Thursday, November 24th -Doors 8pm –

  • Tickets $6 at the door – 

What is “ho-tonk” you ask? Well, join us for an evening with Ballgag ‘n’ Chain Gang and find out.  Ballgag ‘n’ Chain Gang is a five-piece juggernaut of sound; a musical sideshow like no other.

With 12 instruments, including horns, lap steels, didgeridoo, and banjo, and 3 lead vocals each giving their own unique sound, they take what is great about music, mix it together, boil it down, and run it through some copper pipes and come out with tunes that are high in proof and sweet in flavor.

It’s more then just a sound, it’s a state of mind.

Local rock favs, Almanak will open the show.  

Friday, November 25th – TBA

Candye Kane

Saturday, November 26th – Doors 8pm –

The Royal is proud to present Blues singer songwriter, Candye Kane. 

This woman has been through it all and has lived to sing about it. Her vocals are like nothing you’ve heard before.

She belts out her music with a hugely powerful voice, an equally commanding stage presence and an authenticity that reels you in and leaves you wanting more. 

She’s been called “the most powerful and entertaining Blues singer of her generation” and we’re all excited to hear her let loose at the Royal. 

Imaginary Cities

Sunday, November 27th – Doors 7pm –

  • Tickets $10 in advance and available at Royal Espresso, Eddy Music and / $12 day of show –

On the rise and coming to the Royal is Imaginary Cities. 

Their unique brand of infectious, uplifting, soulful and emotive pop music has been capturing fans all over the world. 

Having toured with some of Canada’s best bands along with an opening slot for the Pixies and their North American tour, Imaginary Cities are quickly catching on. 

It’s a pleasure to have them make a stop at the Royal before they embark on tours in Australia and Europe.  Make sure you’re there to see this bright new duo in the intimacy of the Royal.

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