Harvest has a long, impressive track record of introducing buzz bands to its audiences, and The National Reserve is nothing short. Twangy guitars, blusey overtones and shuffling percussion are arranged around the endearingly scruffy voice of their lead singer/guitarist Sean Walsh, forming compelling and character-filled songs that merge blues-rock, folk and country. The National Reserve will make their first big splash north of the border here, alongside Buck Tingley. The super slick east coast blues guitar monster hails from Turtle Creek, NB and has become a favorite in his adopted home of Halifax. The stacked show also features The Amanda Jackson Band, who return with a captivating blend of adult alternative and blues that heads straight for your soul, makes your spirit soar and connects you right to where you need to be. First up, though, it’s Earle and Coffin, whose debut album Live at The Citadel House earned them a Canadian Folk Music Award and nominations at the MusicNL and East Coast Music Awards.
19+ / $15.00
|Earle & Coffin||7:30pm|
|Amanda Jackson Band||8:45pm|
|The National Reserve||12:00am|