Sunnyside Summer Night of July 15
What do you get when you cross Neil Young and the Tragically Hip? A young hip.*
You also get "Tragically Young". While Stephen King is neither, he's nonetheless going to play their music from our past and his present creations that we know and love.
With his Kinger charm & killer licks, Stephen's a Hoot favourite, and Thursday you'll be reminded why.
*yes, a young hip still remains a feverish dream all you Birmingham hip folks.
Daniel and James
Daniel and Jame are two
self-proclaimed devilishly handsome rogues performing Celtic Folk Tunes and whatever else strikes their musically dapper fancy.
They hope to woo highland maidens and bring joy to the public in their performance, almost as much as they hope to play the right notes, in the correct order, with the appropriate instrument, at the perfect time.
Let's see how they do, on all accounts.
Joe and Trent, after 5+ years of jamming together, had a bad band breakup a few years ago. Then they got up, brushed themselves off, and decided to get back on stage. Two years ago they found Shay to play bass, then went through a few drummers, as you do. Finally, they found "The One", freshly outta Humber College, "Humbug" left the dull and dim TO music scene to perididdle his way into Cloud Collusus, and, of course, Calgary's thriving scene.
8:15 - Nighty Night Time
Memphis and the Grande
Memphis and The Grande pay reverent tribute to songs from the dirt road. Playing original work, working on new music and stagecraft, they'll be defining the Sunnyside Summer Nights sound as permanent performers on the ContainR Park stage for those sweet summer nights.