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Sunparlour Players — a rollercoaster ride of emotion and energy

By Contributor
October 16th, 2012

The multi-instrumental duo Sunparlour Players have been captivating audiences for five years with their incredible live performances and now the group will be at The Royal Inn Saturday.

This is their first cross-Canada headlining tour in three years and the Sunparlour’s are eager to share their full raw and joyful live show with the nation.

In celebration of this tour, the band is releasing an EP of new music, called “Sunparlour Preserves”, out September 25th. It will be available online and at concerts.

This limited edition tour EP will feature new songs as well as one of the band’s famous preserve recipes.

Extensive touring over the past few years, including gigs with Mumford & Sons, Blue Rodeo, Wooden Sky, Rural Alberta Advantage, Elliott Brood and Plants & Animals, as well as their own headlining schedule of shows in barns, backyards, theatres, and clubs have won the band fans, converts and accolades across the country.

On stage, Sunparlour Players take their fans through a roller coaster of emotion and energy, thunderous stomping one moment and delicate strumming the next, always backed by the band’s boundless energy.

With the release of their last full-length record “Us Little Devils”, The Sunparlour Players boiled the band down to a two-piece. This is a lot of noise for just two guys. “Us Little Devils” is the at home version of the Sunparlour Players show.

Doors open at 8 p.m. The show starts at 9 p.m. Tickets are $15.

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